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INNS-WC 2012 : 2012 International Neural Network Society Winter Conference

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Link: http://inns.sit.kmutt.ac.th/wc2012/
 
When Oct 3, 2012 - Oct 5, 2012
Where Bangkok, Thailand
Submission Deadline Jun 15, 2012
Notification Due Jul 15, 2012
Final Version Due Aug 1, 2012
Categories    artificial intelligence   machine learning   computer science   neural networks
 

Call For Papers

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* Kindly forward to those who may be interested. Thanks.

* Due to numerous requests, the final paper submission deadline is extended to June 15, 2012

***** Final Call for Papers *****

INNS-WC2012 – 2012 International Neural Network Society Winter Conference
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INNS Symposium on Nature Inspired Creativity (SoNIC2012)
INNS Symposium on Vision and Image Processing (SoVIP2012)
INNS Symposium on Data Analytics and Competitions (SoDAC2012)
INNS Symposium on Autonomous Learning (Autonomous Learning 2012)

Bangkok, Thailand, October 3-5, 2012
http://inns.sit.kmutt.ac.th/wc2012/

Important Dates
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Paper submission deadline: June 15, 2012
Notification of acceptance: July 15, 2012
Camera-ready paper: August 1, 2012

The 3rd International Neural Network Society Winter Conference (INNS-WC2012)
will be held in Bangkok, Thailand, on October 3-5, 2012. INNS-WC2012 aims to
bring together scientists, practitioners, and students worldwide, to discuss
the past, present, and future challenges and trends in the area of natural
and machine intelligence. This event has been a bi-annual conference of the
International Neural Network Society (INNS) to provide a forum for
international researchers to exchange latest ideas and advances on neural networks
and related discipline.

TECHNICAL HIGHLIGHTS

* Keynote talks by Fredric Ham (Florida Institute of Technology)
and Irwin King (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
* Four diverse symposium tracks + main conference track
* Data competitions, panel session, and more

Paper Submission
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INNS-WC2012 solicits contributions to the following
tracks in natural and machine intelligence and related areas:

* INNS-WC general track: Trends in Natural and Machine Intelligence
* INNS Symposium on Nature Inspired Creativity (SoNIC2012)
* INNS Symposium on Vision and Image Processing (SoVIP2012)
* INNS Symposium on Data Analytics and Competitions (SoDAC2012)
* INNS Symposium on Autonomous Learning (Autonomous Learning 2012)

Prospective authors are invited to submit original, high quality manuscripts of up to
twelve (12) pages electronically. Short papers of 4-6 pages will also be considered.
The submission must conform to the Elsevier Procedia Computer Science format.
All accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of INNS-WC2012 as an
Elsevier Procedia Computer Science open access volume
(indexed by EI, Scopus and Conference Proceedings Citation Index - formerly ISI Proceedings).
Extended version of selected papers may be invited for publication in special issues
of international journals after the conference. All submissions will be checked by
VeriGuide for originality.

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The range of topics for the general conference track on
"Trends in Natural and Machine Intelligence" includes but is not limited to

* Neural network theory & models
* Computational neuroscience
* Cognitive models
* Brain-machine interfaces
* Embodied robotics
* Evolutionary neural systems
* Neurodynamics
* Neuroinformatics
* Neuroengineering
* Neural hardware
* Neural network applications
* Pattern recognition
* Machine vision
* Speech science and technology
* Collective intelligence
* Hybrid systems
* Self-aware systems
* Data mining
* Sensor networks
* Agent-based systems
* Computational biology
* Bioinformatics
* Artificial life

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The range of topics for the INNS Symposium on Nature Inspired Creativity (SoNIC2012)
includes but is not limited to

* Application of Nature Inspired Computing in Creative Industries:

- Creative computing for digital media
- Computer aided design
- Computer generated special effects for film
- Cartoon animation
- Games
- Music
- Edutainment, etc.

* Art and Cognition:

- Art and the Brain
- Creative process
- Emotion and meaning in paintings, music, sculptures, poetry, etc.

* Generative Art:

- Systems that create drawings, images, animations, sculptures, poetry, text, graphic designs, musical pieces, sound-fonts, sound effects, film music, etc.

* Aesthetic evaluation:

- Aesthetic analysis of film, image, music, sound, sculpture, etc.

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The range of topics for the INNS Symposium on Vision and Image Processing (SoVIP2012)
includes but is not limited to

* Low-level image processing
* Feature extraction and image description
* Image classification and clustering
* 3D sensing and depth measuring systems
* 3D object modeling and reconstruction
* Tracking and surveillance
* Motion estimation
* Human gesture recognition
* Human motion analysis
* Human face detection and tracking
* Human-robot interactions
* Robot intelligence
* Humanoid and mobile robotics
* Video indexing and retrieval
* Intelligent compression of massive imaging data
* Bio-medical imaging applications
* Bio-robotics
* Biometrics

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The range of topics for the INNS Symposium on Data Analytics and Competitions (SoDAC2012)
includes but is not limited to

* Business intelligence
* Air quality and environmental issues
* Chemo-informatics
* Social networks and analytics
* Speech prosody
* Geo-informatics
* Neuro-informatics
* Internet and web analytics
* Data visualization techniques
* Data quality analysis
* Decision support and analytics
* Knowledge management and discovery
* Advanced database analytics
* Content and information retrieval
* Modeling and simulation of complex systems
* Optimization techniques
* Bio-data analysis
* Complex scheduling problems
* Scalability of data analysis
* Data competitions

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The recommended topics for the INNS Symposium on Autonomous Learning (Autonomous Learning 2012)
includes but is not limited to

* Unsupervised learning systems
* Autonomous learning of reasoning
* Autonomous learning of motor control
* Autonomous control systems and free will
* Autonomous robotic systems
* Autonomy as based on internal reward and value systems and their learning and development
* Autonomous systems and the human situation
* Emergent models of perception, cognition and action
* Emergent cognitive architectures
* Developmental and embodied models of learning

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Collocated Conferences
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* The 3rd International Conference on Computational Systems-Biology and Bioinformatics
(CSBio2012 - www.csbio.org)
* The 11th International Conference on Bioinformatics (InCoB2012 - www.incob2012.org)

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