Recent Advances in Soft Computing '99

Bob John (rij@dmu.ac.uk)
Tue, 5 Jan 1999 15:39:59 +0100 (MET)

Apologies for any mutiple copies you receive.

RECENT ADVANCES
IN
SOFT COMPUTING'99

FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT &
CALL FOR PAPERS

De Montfort University
Leicester
United Kingdom

July 1st and 2nd 1999

This international two day workshop brings together
researchers in the field of "soft computing" - neural
networks, fuzzy logic and genetic algorithms.
This event follows on from a successful event in 1998.
The nature of soft computing is that there is a wide
diversity of techniques and applications and it is
hoped that this diversity will
be exhibited in the papers accepted.

Topics of interest include:

- Fuzzy Logic - Hybrid Systems
- Genetic Algorithms - Fuzzy Control
- Neuro-Fuzzy Systems - Fuzzy Decision Making
- Genetic Programming

Application areas may include, but are not limited to:

- Engineering - Financial Services
- Design - Data Analysis
- Signal Processing - Robotics
- Manufacturing - Architecture
- Databases - Medicine
- Information Systems

Submission of abstract 31st January 1999
Notification of acceptance 15th March 1999
Camera-Ready versions 23rd April 1999

Authors are invited to submit two copies of an
extended abstract of 1500-2000 words to:

Bob John
Centre for Computational Intelligence
Faculty of Computing Sciences and Engineering
De Montfort University
Leicester
LE1 9BH, UK
Email: rij@dmu.ac.uk

On acceptance, authors will be sent full instructions for
completion of a camera ready copy of a maximum of 6 pages
in length. The proceedings will be published along the
lines of the proceedings for 1998.

Location

The workshop will be held at De Montfort University in
Leicester, England. Leicester is situated approximately
100 miles from London (approximately 1.5 hours by train).


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