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DM: CFP: International Conference on Advances in Intelligent Systems:Theory and Applications


From: Conference, AISTA2000
Date: Fri, 10 Sep 1999 08:12:28 -0400 (EDT)

International Conference on Advances in Intelligent Systems: Theory and Applications

AISTA'2000
2-4 February 2000
Canberra - Australia
http://beth.canberra.edu.au/conferences/aista2000/index.htm

CALL FOR PAPERS

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 collaborations.

The conference will consist of both plenary sessions and contributory sessions, focusing on theory, implementation and applications of intelligent systems techniques. For contributory sessions, papers are being solicited. Several well-known keynote speakers will address the conference. Topics of the conference include, but are not limited to, the following areas:

Intelligent and Adaptive Control Systems

Neural Network Control, Fuzzy Logic Control, Genetic Algorithms & Evolutionary Control, Adaptive and Optimal Control, Intelligent Control Systems and Robotics, Intelligent Agents, Industrial Automation, Signal Processing, Parallel Computing Applications in Identification and Control

Hybrid Control Systems

Neural Genetic Systems, Neural-Fuzzy-Genetic Systems, Fuzzy Evolutionary Systems, Fuzzy Expert Systems, Fuzzy Neural Systems, Hybrid Intelligent

Systems for Control and Optimisation
Image Processing, Optimisation and Prediction

Image Processing, Image Segmentation, Clustering, Classification, Knowledge Discovery, Intelligent Information Systems, Time Series Analysis and Prediction, System Identification

Intelligent Decision Making

Intelligent Databases and Information Retrieval, Case-Based Reasoning, Decision Analysis, Dynamic Systems Modelling, Decision Support Systems, 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, Australia

The manuscripts should present original work, which has not been published 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. The conference is calling for special sessions and tutorial proposals. All proposals should be sent to the conference chair on or before 24 September 1999. AISTA'2000 will also include a special poster session devoted to recent work and work-in-progress. Abstracts are solicited for this session (3 pages limit) and may be submitted up to 30 days before the conference date.

Invited Sessions

Keynote speakers from academia and industry will be addressing the main issues of the conference.

Visits and social events

Sightseeing visits will be arranged for the delegates and guests. A separate program will be arranged for companions during the conference.

Further Information

For further information either contact aista@canberra.edu.au or see the conference homepage at:

http://beth.canberra.edu.au/conferences/aista2000/index.htm
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
Jason Yi-Bing Lin, Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Shun-ichi Amari, The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, 
Japan
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, 
Japan
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

Australian and Asian Liaison:
Ric Jentzsch, 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




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