SCIP @ FLINS 2010
Special Session on "Soft Computing and Data Mining" at the FLINS 2010 Conference, Chengdu (China), August 2-4, 2010
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About FLINS 2010
Archive: Call for Papers
The special session on "Soft Computing and Data Mining" will take place on Tuesday, August 3 (10.35 - 12.20, in room 3 of the conference venue). The session program is below. The complete program of the FLINS 2010 Conference is available here.
An Improved Kernel Isomap Algorithm with Application to Image Retrieval
H. Wang, A.Liu, Q.Cheng, Y.Feng
Rough Set Based Feature Selection for Classification of High Spatial Resolution Remote Sensing Imagery
Z. Wu, Y. Xiang, L. Yi, G. Zhang
A Combined Measure for Representativeness on Information Retrieval in Web Search
B. Ma, Q. Wei, G. Chen
A Dea-Based Malmquist Productivity Index Approach in Assessing Road Safety Performance
Y. Shen, E. Hermans, D. Ruan, K. Vanhoof, T. Brijs, G. Wets
The SOM Method with Tunable Kernel Function
N. Gong, T. Chen, W. Zhu
A Parameter Reduction Approach of Soft Sets Based on Information Entropy
K. Qin, Z. Hong, X. Pan
Markov Chains Genetic Algorithms for Airport Scheduling
C. Chen, G. Wang, K. Y. Szeto
About FLINS 2010
FLINS, an acronym for Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Technologies in Nuclear Science, is a well-established international research forum to advance the theory and applications of computational intelligence for applied research in general and for complex engineering and decision support in particular. FLINS 2010 is the ninth in a series of conferences, and follows the successful FLINS 1994 (Mol), FLINS 1996 (Mol), FLINS 1998 (Antwerp), FLINS 2000 (Bruges), FLINS 2002 (Gent), FLINS 2004 (Blankenberge), FLINS 2006 (Genova) and FLINS 2008 (Madrid).
The principal mission of FLINS is bridging the gap between machine intelligence and real complex systems via joint research between universities and international research institutions, by encouraging interdisciplinary research and bringing multi-discipline researchers together. The 2010 International FLINS Conference on Foundations and Applications of Computational Intelligence provides an international forum that brings together those actively involved in areas of interest to the computational intelligence and its applications, to report on up-to-the-minute innovations and developments, to summarize the state-of-the-art, and to exchange ideas and advances in all aspects of computational intelligence.
The FLINS 2010 website is located here.
If you have any questions related to the Special Session on "Soft Computing in image processing: Recent Advances" at FLINS 2010, feel free to contact us:
Mike Nachtegael, Tom Mélange, Etienne E. Kerre
Department of Applied Mathematics & Computer Science
Fuzziness and Uncertainty Modelling Research Unit
Krijgslaan 281 (Building S9)
Phone: +32 9 264.47.65
Fax: +32 9 264.49.95
E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Archive: Call for Papers
Vision in general and images in particular have always played an important and essential role in human life. In the past they were, today they are, and in the future they will continue to be one of our most important information carriers. Nowadays, the field of image processing also has numerous commercial, scientific, industrial and military applications. All these applications result from the interaction between fundamental scientific research on the one hand, and the development of new and high-standard technology on the other hand.
In order to cope with the variety of image processing challenges, several techniques have been introduced and developed, quite often with great success. Among the different techniques that are currently in use, we also encounter soft computing techniques. Soft Computing is an emerging field that consists of complementary elements of fuzzy logic, neural computing, evolutionary computation, machine learning and probabilistic reasoning, and often offers solutions where conventional approaches fail.
The Special Session on "Soft Computing in image processing: Recent Advances" aims to provide a forum for current state-of-the-art approaches of soft computing techniques in image processing Topics include, but are not limited to, soft computing approaches (such as fuzzy logic, neural networks, evolutionary computing, rough sets, swarm intelligence, ...) in/for:
- image analysis: edge detection, segmentation, pattern recognition, object recognition, interpretation
- image enhancement: filtering, noise removal, enhancement, restoration
- image compression
- image reconstruction
- image similarity and image retrieval
- satellite image processing
- medical image processing
- mathematical morphology
- video processing and retrieval
Authors are invited to submit a paper up to 6 pages.
Authors should follow the templates provided by FLINS (you can download TEX and DOC templates). It is very important that these guidelines are followed, because all accepted papers will be published as a book by World Scientific. Final manuscripts that do not follow the guidelines will not be published.
Papers should be sent by January 15, 2010 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each paper will be reviewed by at least 2 experts and based on these reviews, an acceptance decision will be made.
- Submission of papers: January 15, 2010 (EXTENED to February 1, 2010)
- Notification of acceptance: March 15, 2010
- Submission of final papers: April 15, 2010