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SBRN 2010 : 2010 Brazilian Symposium on Neural Networks


Conference Series : Brazilian Symposium on Neural Networks
When Oct 23, 2010 - Oct 28, 2010
Where São Bernardo do Campo, SP, Brazil
Submission Deadline Mar 22, 2010
Categories    neural networks

Call For Papers

SBIA, the Brazilian Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, is the leading conference for presentation of research and applications in Artificial Intelligence in Brazil. Since 1995, SBIA has accepted only papers written and presented in English, and the corresponding proceedings have been published in the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series of Springer-Verlag, distributed all over the world.

Topics of interest

The topics to be covered include, but are not limited to:

· Foundations of AI

· Constraints and Search;

· Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition;

· Distributed AI: Autonomous Agents, Multi-Agent Systems and Game Theory;

· Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (including Commonsense Reasoning, Logics, Probabilistic Reasoning, Ontologies, Semantic Web);

· Machine Learning and Data Mining;

· Model-Based Reasoning;

· Natural Language Processing;

· Planning and Scheduling;

· Robotics;

· Uncertainty;

· Hybrid Systems;

· Intelligent Tutoring Systems.

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