Call for Papers: AIKED'08, February, Cambridge, UK
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[German title: Aufruf für Artikel-Beiträge: AIKED’08, Februar, Cambridge, GB (Translate text to: Deutsch)]

AIKED’08 (ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING and DATA BASES) International Conference, Cambridge, UK, February 20-22, 2008

Deadline for Paper Submission: November 15, 2007

Scope of the WSEAS Conference on ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING and DATA BASES (AIKED’08)

The World Conference of WSEAS on ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING and DATA BASES  is the internationally recognised Forum for the dissemination of the latest advances on Artificial and Computational Intelligence Knowledge Mining, Knowledge management, Data Bases, Software Tools, Man-Machine Systems, Cybernetics etc as well as their impact and their interaction with other areas of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Engineering.  The various WSEAS conferences on Theoretical and Applied Informatics has been successfully held each year since 1996 and has produced more than 150 volumes of Proceedings while the best papers and the invited papers after extension and after peer review from 4 international referees, are published in WSEAS Journals covered by all the major scientific indexes.

The 7th WSEAS International Conference on ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING and DATA BASES (AIKED’08) aims to disseminate the latest research and applications in the afore mentioned fields. The range of topics covered are listed on the Call For Papers. The friendliness and openness of the WSEAS conferences, adds to their ability to grow by constantly attracting young researchers.

The WSEAS International Conference on ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING and DATA BASES attracts each year a large number of well-established and leading researchers in the aforementioned areas as well as Modern and Advanced Applications in the Real Life.

The meetings have always had a special appeal to young researchers and are characterized by a friendly atmosphere in which delegates at different stages of their careers can talk to each other. Scientists within all the areas of Information Technologies will benefit from attending the meeting. As a conclusion, the conference offers to the engineers and scientists  a unique forum for establishing new collaborations within present or upcoming research projects, exchanging useful ideas, presenting recent research results, participating in discussions and establishing new academic collaborations, linking university with the industry.

TOPICS:

A) Artificial Intelligence:
Neural Networks (n.n.), Mathematical foundation, supervised and unsepervised learning, algorithms, implementation, neurobiology and neurosciences, time series analysis, n.n. applications in all branches of electrical engineering and computer science. Fuzzy (f.) Systems (fuzzy logic, f. mathematics (f.sets, f.geometry, f.analysis, f.control, f.optimization), f.languages, f.automata, f. algorithms, f.information theory, f.expert systems, f.operational research, f.database mining, forecasting and information retrieval, f.internet computing, f.discrete event systems, f. multimedia, f.applications in all branches of electrical engineering and computer science.

B) Knowledge Engineering and Data Bases:
Information and Knowledge Engineering, Information Retrieval Systems, Image Processing, Knowledge and Information Management Techniques, Data Mining Techniques, Knowledge and Information Extraction and Discovery Techniques, Database Engineering and Systems, Knowledge Delivery Methods, Document Processing, Data Security, Knowledge Life Cycle, Business Architectures, Formal and Visual Specification Languages, Software Tools and Support, Performance Evaluation Techniques, Clustering Techniques, Web Technology and Systems for Information and Knowledge Based Applications, Web-Based Design and Development, Data Warehouses, Workflow Management, Service Recovery / Fault-Tolerance, Large-Scale Information Processing Methods, Data and Knowledge Processing, Video Databases, Distributed Databases, Information and Knowledge Structures, Information Quality (Quality Metrics), E-Libraries (Digital Libraries), Intelligent Knowledge-Based Systems, Agent-Based Techniques and Systems, Content Management, Information Reliability and Security, Modeling and Simulation, Decision Support Systems, Expert Systems, Aspect-Oriented Programming, Re-usability of Software/Knowledge/Information, Privacy Issues, Interoperability Issues, Transaction Processing Systems, Object-Oriented Modeling and Systems, Hardware and Software Architectures, Knowledge Classification Tools, Case-Based Reasoning, Bayesian Techniques, Managing Copyright Laws, Digital Watermarking, Data/Information/Knowledge Models, Applications (e-Commerce, Multimedia, Business, Banking, …) OCR, Electronic Publishing, Artistic Imaging, Digital Typography, Geographic Information Systems, Data Fusion, Algorithms, Data Base and Data Mining, Wireless Networks, Parallel and Network Computing, Routing, Sorting and Clustering, Interconnection Networks, Routing and Scheduling, Compilers, Architecture and Systems, Routing Algorithms, Sorting and Routing Special Topics

DEADLINES:

Deadline for Paper Submission: November 15, 2007
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: December 31, 2007

For further information go to the conference website.


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