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DM: CFP: International Conference on Advances in Intelligent Systems:

From: Mohammadian, Masoud
Date: Mon, 5 Jul 1999 15:18:10 -0400 (EDT)
Theory and Applications
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 1999 15:46:05 +1000
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Dear Sir/Madam

Could you please distribute this call for papers of the International
Conference on Advances in Intelligent Systems: 
Theory and Applications - AISTA'2000, to your mailing list.


Masoud Mohammadian

>International Conference on Advances in Intelligent Systems: 
>Theory and Applications
>2-4 February 2000
>Canberra - Australia
>The International Conference on Advances in Intelligent Systems: 
>Theory and
>Applications - AISTA'2000 aims at bringing together theoreticians and
>practitioners of intelligent systems from Australia and around the 
>world to
>exchange ideas, present their recent research and discuss possible
>The conference will consist of both plenary sessions and contributory
>sessions, focusing on theory, implementation and applications of 
>systems techniques. For contributory sessions, papers are being 
>Several well-known keynote speakers will address the conference. 
>Topics of
>the conference include, but are not limited to, the following area:
>*      Intelligent and Adaptive Control Systems 
>Neural Networks Control, Fuzzy Logic Control, Genetic Algorithms &
>Evolutionary Control, Adaptive and Optimal Control, Intelligent 
>Systems and Robotics, Intelligent Agents, Industrial Automation, 
>Processing, Parallel Computing Applications in Identification and 
>*      Hybrid Control Systems
>Neural Genetic Systems, Neural-Fuzzy-Genetic Systems, Fuzzy 
>Systems, Fuzzy Expert Systems, Fuzzy Neural Systems, Hybrid 
>Systems for Control and Optimisation

>*      Image Processing, Optimisation and Prediction 
>Image Processing, Image Segmentation,  Clustering, Classification, 
>Discovery, Intelligent Information Systems, Time Series Analysis and
>Prediction, System Identification
>*      Intelligent Decision Making 
>Intelligent Databases and Information Retrieval, Case-Based 
>Decision Analysis, Dynamic Systems Modelling, Decision Support 
>Qualitative and Approximate-Reasoning
>Paper Submission
>Papers will be selected based on their originality, significance,
>correctness, relevance and clarity of presentation. Four copies of
>manuscripts should be submitted to the following address:
>AISTA'2000 Secretariat
>School of Computing
>University of Canberra
>ACT 2601
>Canberra, Australia
>The manuscripts should present original work, which has not been 
>or being reviewed for other conferences.
>Important Dates
>24 September 1999     Deadline for submission of manuscripts
>15 October 1999         Notification of acceptance
>19 November1999      Deadline for camera-ready copies of 
>                                     accepted manuscripts

>2-4 February 2000      Conference sessions
>Special Sessions and Tutorials
>Special sessions and tutorials will be organised at the conference. 
>conference is calling for special sessions and tutorial proposals. 
>proposals should be sent to the conference chair on or before 24 
>1999. AISTA'2000 will also include a special poster session devoted 
>recent work and work-in-progress. Abstracts are solicited for this 
>(3 pages limit) and may be submitted up to 30 days before the 
>Invited Sessions
>Keynote speakers from academia and industry will be addressing the 
>issues of the conference.
>Visits and social events
>Sightseeing visits will be arranged for the delegates and guests. A 
>program will be arranged for companions during the conference.
>Further Information
>For further information either contact or see 
>conference homepage at:
>Organising Committee Chair:
>Masoud Mohammadian
>School of Computing
>University of Canberra
>ACT 2601, Australia
>International Program Committee:
>Jacek M. Zurada, University of 
>Louisville, USA
>David E. Goldberg, University of Illinois, USA
>Kalmanje KrishnaKumar, University of Alabama, USA
>Juha Karhunen, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
>Sugisaka Masanori, Oita University, Japan 
>Jay Liebowitz, University of Maryland-Baltimore County USA
>Russell C. Eberhart, Purdue University Indianapolis, USA
>Shun-ichi Amari, The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, 
>Bernd Reusch, University of Dortmund, Germany
>Hamid Arabnia, The University of Georgia, USA
>Weiyi Meng, State University of New York at Binghamton, USA
>Mehmed Kantardzic, University of Louisville, USA
>Ning Zhong, Yamaguchi University, 
>Xindong Wu, Colorado School of 
>Mines, USA
>Jerzy Pejas, Technical University of Szczecin, Poland
>Jarmo Alander, University of Vaasa, Finland

>Takeshi Furuhashi, Nagoya University, Japan
>Janos D. Pinter, Dalhousie University, Canada
>Jeremy L Wyatt, University of Birmingham, UK
>International Liaison:
>Canada and USA Liaison:
>Hamid Arabnia, The University of Georgia, USA
>Europe Liaison:
>Zohreh Pahlavani, AVIP, Austria
>Australian and Asian Liaison:
>Ric Jentzsch, University of Canberra, Australia
>Publicity & Public Relations:
>C. Meier, Australian Intelligent Cybernetic System
>Secretary & Local Arrangements:
>Cheryl Friend, University of Canberra, Australia
>Organising Committee Members:
>Michael Wagner, University of Canberra, Australia
>Brain Stone, University of Canberra, Australia
>Masoud Mohammadian, University of Canberra, Australia
>Cheryl Friend, University of Canberra, Australia
>In cooperation with:
>University of Canberra, Australia
>IEEE Act Section, Australia
>Australian Intelligent Cybernetic 
>Systems, Australia
>AVIP, Austria

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