Intelligent Systems Theories and applications - SITA is a conference for the presentation, discussion and dissemination of the theory and applications of intelligent systems. It is the result of fruitful cooperation between many universities and institutions. This conference brings together leading scientists, researchers and academics in Intelligent Systems from around the world..
Main area topics includes :
- Advanced Intelligent Systems
- Artificial Intelligence
- Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
- Knowledge Management
- Machine Learning
- Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
- Web Mining
- Web Semantics
- Human-Machine Interaction Intelligent Behaviour
- Intelligent Information Security Systems
- Rule-Based Systems and Decision-Making
- Natural Language Processing
- Speech, Image and Signal Processing
- Real-Time Computing
- Embedded Computer System
- Identification Systems Analysis
- Multi-Agent Systems
- Decision Support Systems
- Evolutionary Computation
- Reasoning and Management of Imprecision and Uncertainty
- Software Engineering
This conference aims at presenting the latest research works dealing with up-to-date and emerging theories of Intelligent Systems using connectionist and symbolic approaches (Knowledge Based Systems , Soft Computing, Fuzzy Logics, Neural Networks, Genetic Algorithms, etc.) together with their applications in different engineering fields: Computing, Telecommunications, Networking, Robotics, Manufacturing, Data Mining, Image, Video and Audio Processing, Pattern Recognition. Emphasis will be particularly laid on the contribution of these new theories in solving the complex problems that many scientific and industrial communities encounter.
Authors are invited to send their original and previously unpublished papers (8 pages maximum) in English or French.
Extended versions of selected papers will be considered for possible publication in scholarly Journals.
Research still in early stages and doctoral research proposals may be submitted as extended abstracts. Accepted abstracts will be included in a special poster session.
Submission deadline : December 30th, 2013
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