Menu Content/Inhalt
Home arrow News arrow Conferences arrow The IEEE International workshop on New Directions in Rough Sets and Near Sets
The IEEE International workshop on New Directions in Rough Sets and Near Sets PDF Print
Written by William Zhu   

Call for paper
The IEEE International workshop on New Directions in Rough Sets and Near Sets
-RSNS2010-

Under the framework of the 10th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Systems  Design and
Applications, ISDA’10 November 29 – December 1, 2010, Cairo, Egypt   Conference web page:
http://cig.iet.unipi.it/isda2010/
===========================================
Technically sponsored by:
Sponsor :
 
Machine Intelligence Research Labs
 
 
Technical Sponsors:
 
Egypt IEEE Computational Intelligence Chapter
IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society (IEEE - SMC)
International Fuzzy Systems Association (IFSA) (pending approval)
European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technology (EUSFLAT) (pending approval)
The World Federation on Soft Computing (WFSC) (pending approval)
 
Technically Supported by:
 
IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society, Technical Committee on Soft Computing
IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society, Technical Committee on Granular Computing
 
Proceedings published by IEEE and indexed in IEEE Xplore
 

Introduction: Rough set theory, proposed by Zdzislaw Pawlak in 1981, has been attracting researchers and practitioners in various fields of mathematics, science, engineering and technology. The impact of the theory of rough sets and their applications has grown steadily since its inception and is still growing. The simple yet powerful rough set approach to set approximation has become the basis for original developments in both theoretical research in areas such as logic, algebra and topology, and applied research that includes, artificial intelligence and approximate reasoning, data mining and knowledge discovery, decision theory, image processing and pattern recognition to name a few.  This research has led to many real life applications in diversified areas such as biology, bioinformatics, chemistry, economics, computer and electrical engineering, environment, finance, medicine, political analysis, robotics, and even art and culture. Near sets stem from a generalization of traditional rough set theory.  Near set theory provides methods that can be used to extract resemblance information from objects contained in disjoint sets, i.e., it provides a formal basis for the observation, comparison, and classification of objects.  Near sets offer an ideal framework for solving problems based on human perception that arise in areas such as image processing, computer vision as well as engineering and science  problems 
 
Selected RSNS Workshop Topics
·        Rough sets in information retrieval
·        Rough sets in data mining
·        Rough Sets in information security
·        Rough hybrid techniques
·        Rough sets in pattern recognition
·        Rough sets in Bioinformatics
·        Near sets in swarm intelligence
·        Near sets in  image analysis and computer vision
·        Near sets in object recognition
·        Near sets in perceptual computing
·        Near sets in tolerance spaces
Instructions for Authors:
 
Submission of paper should be made through the submission link in ISDA2010 official website
(http://cig.iet.unipi.it/isda2010/) Please refer to the conference website for guidelines to
prepare your manuscript. All accepted papers will be compiled in conference proceedings
published by the IEEE Computer Society's Conference Publishing Services. It is mandatory at
least an author registers for every paper that is included in the conference proceedings.
Proceedings will be made available during the conference.
Expanded versions of ISDA2010  selected papers will be published in special issues of
internationally referred journals.
Tentative Dates of Submission and Acceptance
-  Paper submission: July  17, 2010
-  Notification of acceptance: September 1, 2010
-  Camera-ready manuscript submission: September 20, 2010
-  Registration deadline: September 20, 2010 

Session Chairs
 
=======================
Workshop Chairs
 
James Peters
Computational Intelligence Laboratory,
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Manitoba,
Winnipeg, MB R3T 5V6, Canada.
This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Aboul Ella Hassanien
Cairo University, 
Faculty of Computers and Information,
Cairo,  Egypt
This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it


--
Aboul Ella Hassanien, Ph.D.
-----------------------------------------
Cairo University
Faculty of Computers & Information
Information Technology Department
5 Ahmed Zewal St., Orman, Giza

Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
http://www.fci.cu.edu.eg/~abo/
http://www.computational-intelligent.com/

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 14 July 2010 )
 
< Prev
designed by made your web.com