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AISB event Bulletin Item

Extended deadline: Symposium on Evolving Intelligent systems, EIS'10

Symposium on Evolving Intelligent systems, EIS'10 in Leicester, UK, 29 March- 1 April  2010
deadline 31st January 2010
International Symposium on Evolving Intelligent Systems (EIS10)

in the framework of the The 2010 Annual Convention of the

Society for Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB10)


29th March  1st April, 2010

De Montfort University, Leicester, UK


The newly established concept of evolving intelligent systems (eIS) is a result of the synergy between conventional systems, neural networks and fuzzy systems as structures for information representation and real time methods for machine learning. This emerging area targets non-stationary processes by developing novel on-line learning methods and computationally efficient algorithms for real-time applications. One of the important research challenges today is to develop methodologies, concepts, algorithms and techniques towards the design of intelligent systems with a higher level of flexibility and autonomy, so that the systems can evolve their structure and knowledge of the environment and ultimately  evolve their intelligence. To address the problems of modelling, control, prediction, classification and data processing in a dynamically changing and evolving environment, a system must be able to fully adapt its structure and adjust its parameters, rather than use a pre-trained and a fixed structure. That is, the system must be able to evolve, to self-develop, to self-organize, to self-evaluate and to self-improve. Wireless sensor networks, assisted ambient intelligence, embedded soft computing diagnostics and prognostics algorithms, intelligent agents, smart evolving sensors; autonomous robotic systems etc. are some of the natural implementation areas of eIS as a realistic and practical tool for design of real time intelligent systems. 
EIS10 continues the tradition set by the previous forums (EFS06, GEFS08, and ESDIS09) dedicated to serving the needs of academics and practitioners in computational intelligence focusing on evolving and self-adaptive systems. It will also be supported and organised by the Adaptive Fuzzy Systems Task Force, FSTC, CIS, IEEE. The objective of EIS10 is to facilitate the promotion of novel problems, research, results and future directions in the emerging area of eIS. EIS10 will provide an opportunity to meet old friends, making new contacts and exchange ideas as well as to establish links with other related areas in the AISB10 grand event.
Topics of interest:

The Symposium programme (without being limited to) will focus on:

New Adaptive and Evolving Learning Methods
Stability, Robustness, Unlearning Effects
Structure Flexibility and Robustness in Evolving Systems
Evolving in Dynamic Environments
Drift and Shift in Data Streams
Self-monitoring Evolving Systems
Evolving Decision Systems
Evolving Perceptions
Self-organising Systems
Neural Networks with Evolving Structure
Non-stationary Time Series Prediction with Evolving Systems
Automatic Novelty Detection in Evolving Systems
On-Line Identification of Fuzzy Systems
Evolving Neuro-fuzzy Systems
Evolving Fuzzy Clustering Methods
Evolving Fuzzy Rule-based Classifiers
Evolving Regression-based Classifiers
Evolving Intelligent Systems for Time Series Prediction
Evolving Intelligent System State Monitoring and Prognostics Methods
Evolving Intelligent Controllers
Evolving Fuzzy Decision Support Systems
Evolving Consumer Behaviour Models
Real-world application    

Control Systems
Industrial Applications
Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
Intelligent Transport
Submission requirements:

Full papers - 6 pages IEEE style
Short papers - 4 pages IEEE style
Extended abstracts - 2 pages IEEE style  
Papers are to be submitted through te EasyChair submission system:  following the link for AISB 2010.

All accepted papers will be published in the Proceedings and selected authors will be invited to submit extended papers for a special issue of the Springer journal Evolving Systems

Important Dates:
Title and authors                                             as soon as possible
Paper submission Deadline                              31 January 2010
Notifications send to the authors                     11 February 2010
Camera-ready copies due                                1 March 2010
Symposium                                                    31 March  1 April 2010  
Programme Committee:  

Plamen Angelov (Chair) 
Jos de Jess Rubio Avila 
Rosangela Ballini 
Hamid Bouchachia 
Arthur Dexter 
Dimitar Filev (co-Chair) 
Fernando Gomide 
Hani Hagras 
Janusz Kacprzyk 
Nik Kasabov (co-Chair) 
Edwin Lughofer 
Witold Pedrycz 
Gancho Vachkov 
Ronald Yager 
Xiaojun Zeng