[CFP] Symposia on Intelligence and Systems

Jim Gattiker gatt at Lanl.GOV
Fri Apr 19 01:40:16 EST 1996


Call for Papers

           INTERNATIONAL IEEE SYMPOSIA on          
           INTELLIGENCE and SYSTEMS

                Nov. 4-6,1996
             Washington DC Area 

     Sponsored by : IEEE Computer Society
In Cooperation with : IEEE CS TAI Conference; AAAI Society; AAAS
Society; SMC Society; NN Society; Robotics
and Automation Society; IAPR Society; ACM Society; BU-CIS Center.

SCOPE OF SYMPOSIA: The joined Symposia on Intelligence and Systems
offer a media for the constructive interaction among scientists and
practitioners from different research fields (computers, mathematics,
physics, biology, medicine, chemistry, engineering, etc.) having goals
of the development of methodologies and tools for the solution of
complex problems in neuroscience and biology, automation and robotics,
image, speech and natural languages, and their integration.
                     
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2nd IEEE Symposium on INTELLIGENCE in NEURAL and BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
(INBS)

SOME TOPICS: DNA Sequences Processing, Genome Processes, DNA
Topologies, DNA Defects Detection, Formal Linguistics of DNA,
Computational Genetics, Biotechnology, DNA Tools, Genome Mapping and
sequencing, Molecular Biology, Biological Models, Languages
Understanding, Learning, Perception, Self-organized models, Artificial
and Biological Neural Nets, Neuroscientific Models, etc.

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2nd IEEE Symposium on INTELLIGENCE in AUTOMATION and ROBOTICS (IAR)

SOME TOPICS: Robots Path Planning, Multiple robots Motion Planning,
Autonomous Navigation, Arm/Leg Control, Robot Vision, Visual Tracking,
Human-Robots Symbiosis, Telerobotics, Micro and Nano Robotics, Robots
Cooperation, Assembly Strategies, Sensors, Walking Robots, Tasks
Planning, Process Planning, Scheduling, etc.

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2nd IEEE Symposium on IMAGE, SPEECH, NATURAL LANGUAGE SYSTEMS
(ISNLS)

SOME TOPICS: Image (Coding, Compression, Encryption, Segmentation,
Enhancement, Restoration,Skeletonization, Analysis, Morphology,
Databases, Video), Pattern Recognition, Image Understanding &
Interpretations; Speech (Coding, Compression, Processing, Analysis,
Synthesis, Recognition, Understanding); Natural Language (NL)
Processing, Computational Linguistics, Document Processing, NL
Translation, NL Understanding, Multimedia,etc.

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SYMPOSIA CHAIRS: Program N.Bourbakis SUNY, Publicity J.Gattiker
LANL, Proceedings S.Mertoguno FUJITSU, Awards N.Papanikolopoulos
UMN, Journals L.Tsoukalas PURDUE, Registration & Local Arrangement
D Kavraki AIC
More information: INBS at BingSuns.CC.Binghamton.edu 

Please send four copies of an extended summary no more than 6 pages
describing the methodology and/or results by June 30, 1996 to: N.G.
Bourbakis, Binghamton University (SUNY), Research Center on
Intelligent Systems (CIS), Engineering Building, 3rd Floor, Room
P14, Binghamton, NY 13902. Notification of acceptance by July 31,
1996. Camera ready articles by Aug. 31,1996. A collection of best
papers will be published in an archival Journal and an
Award will be given to each best paper in each Symposium.
More information: Bourbaki at BingSuns.CC.Binghamton.edu ,
fax:607-777-4464 , tel:607-777-2165

*******  Crossposted: comp.robotics.research (moderated)  *******
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