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[PVS] CFP: Extended deadline! IIS 2010 Conference


                           CALL FOR PAPERS:
                   The 18th International Conference

                     Siedlce, Poland, June 8-10, 2010

The conference will cover a broad spectrum of areas related to
intelligent information systems including:

- Tools and Methods of AI
- Multiagent systems
- Evolutionary and reconfigurable distributed systems
- Parallel and distributed graph transformations
- Recognition classification and regression systems
- New optimization technologies
- Applied data mining using statistical and non-standard approaches
- Intelligent control systems.
- Cellular automata
- Neural networks
- Adaptive design processes

- Knowledge Discovery
- Machine learning and statistical tools in knowledge discovery
- Knowledge representation and its impact on discovery processes
- Machine learning algorithms
- New knowledge discovery paradigms
- Learning from data versus learning from knowledge sources
- Autonomous knowledge discovery robots
- Knowledge discovery tools in OLAP
- Knowledge acquisition from the Web
- Applications of knowledge acquisition methodologies and software

- Specification and verification of concurrent systems
- Mathematical models of concurrency
- Timed hybrid and stochastic systems
- Software and hardware verification
- Modelling  and  specification   formalisms
- Theory of programming
- Verification techniques for security
- Model checking simulation and testing
- Analysis and verification tools

- Search Engines
- Large scale search engines
- Personal search tools
- Intelligent spiders
- On-line and off-line document clustering
- Static and dynamic document maps
- Intelligent navigation through hypertext document collections
- Linguistic research on Web documents
- Web mining
- Question answering versus document retrieval

- Natural Language Processing
- Syntax, semantics and the lexicon
- Statistical and machine learning methods
- Information extraction and text mining
- Spoken language processing and understanding
- Question answering systems
- Dialogue systems
- Text summarization
- Machine and machine-aided translation tools
- Corpus-based language processing
- Language resources development
- Evaluation methods

Invited Speakers:
Alessio Lomuscio (Imperial College London, UK)
Andrzej Skowron (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Tomek Strzalkowski (University at Albany, USA)

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