BISC Special Seminar

Hideyuki Takagi takagi at diva.berkeley.edu
Thu Feb 4 21:46:15 EST 1993


Dear Colleagues:

We will hold the BISC Special Seminar at UC Berkeley one day before
FUZZ-IEEE'93/ICNN'93. Please forward the following announcement to widely.

Hideyuki TAKAGI


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                 EXTENDED BISC SPECIAL SEMINAR

	     10:30AM-5:45PM, March 28 (Sunday), 1993
	     Sibley Auditorium (210) in Bechtel Hall
	   University of California, Berkeley CA 94720


BISC (Berkeley Initiative for Soft Computing) of UC Berkeley will hold
a Special Seminar to take advantage of the presence in the San Francisco
area of the luminaries attending FUZZ-IEEE'93/ICNN'93. We hope that your
schedule will allow you to participate. 


PROGRAM:

10:30-11:00 Lotfi A. Zadeh (Univ. of California, Berkeley)
              Soft Computing
11:00-12:00 Hidetomo Ichihashi / Univ. of Osaka Prefecture
              Neuro-Fuzzy Approaches to Optimization and Inverse Problems
12:00- 1:30        (lunch)
 1:30- 2:30 Philippe Smets (Iridia Universite Libre de Bruxelles)
              Imperfect information : Imprecision - Uncertainty
 2:30- 3:30 Teuvo Kohonen (Helsinki University of Technology)
              Competitive-Learning Neural Networks are closest to Biology
 3:30- 3:45        (break)
 3:45- 4:45 Michio Sugeno (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
              Fuzzy Modeling towards Qualitative Modeling
 4:45- 5:45 Hugues Bersini (Iridia Universite Libre de Bruxelles)
              The Immune Learning Mechanisms: Reinforcement, Recruitment
              and their Applications


REGISTRATION:

Attendance is free and registration is not required.


HOW TO GET HERE:

[BART subway from San Francisco downtown]
The closest station to the SF Hilton Hotel is the Powell Str. Station.
Berkeley is a safe 24 minute ride from the Powell Str. Station. You must
catch the Concord bound train and transfer onto a Richmond bound train
at the Oakland City Center-12th Str. Station. Trains on Sunday
rendezvous every 20 minutes as indicated below.
	Powell      12th Str.       Berkeley
	8:17  ----  8:31 8:31  ----  8:41
	8:37  ----  8:51 8:51  ----  9:01
	8:57  ----  9:11 9:11  ----  9:21
	9:17  ----  9:31 9:31  ----  9:41
	9:37  ----  9:51 9:51  ---- 10:01
It takes 15-20 minutes on foot from the Berkeley BART Station to reach
Bechtel Hall, which is located on the North-East part of campus. 
Bechtel Hall is just North of Evans Hall, home of the Computer Science
Division. North Gate is the nearest campus gate.
[TAXI]
You can take a taxi from the front of the Berkeley BART Station. Ask the
taxi driver to enter from East Gate on campus and let you off at Mining
Circle. The tallest building adjacent to the circle is Evans Hall.
Bechtel Hall is just north of the Evans.
[CAR]
Get off at the University Ave. exit from Interstate 80. The east end of
University Ave. is the West Gate to UC Berkeley. Most street parking is
free on Sunday, but it may be scarce and remember to read the signs. If
you feel you must park in a lot, we recommend UCB Parking Structure H
which is located at the corner of Hearst and La Loma Avenues. You must
buy an all day parking ticket from the vending machine located on the
2nd level (the only one in the structure). You need to prepare 12
quarters. Illegal parking in Berkeley is expensive.


CONTACT ADDRESS:

Hideyuki TAKAGI, Coordinator of this seminar (takagi at cs.berkeley.edu)
Lotfi A. Zadeh,  Director of BISC            (zadeh at cs.berkeley.edu)

Computer Science Division
University of California at Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720
FAX <+1>510-642-5775



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