2011 International Conference on Information and Intelligent Computing (ICIIC 2011) (ICIIC 2011)

Venue: Hong Kong

Location: Hong Kong, China

Event Date/Time: Nov 25, 2011 End Date/Time: Nov 27, 2011
Registration Date: Oct 25, 2011
Early Registration Date: Oct 25, 2011
Abstract Submission Date: Sep 20, 2011
Paper Submission Date: Sep 20, 2011
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Computational Intelligence
Artificial Immune Systems
Autonomy-Oriented Computing
Biological Computing
Coevolutionary Algorithms
Evolutionary Computation
Fuzzy Systems
Intelligent Agents and Systems
Machine Learning
Molecular Computing
Neural Computing
Probabilistic Reasoning
Reinforcement Learning
Swarm Intelligence
Support Vector Machine
Unsupervised Learning

Natural Intelligence
Informatics models of the brain
Cognitive processes of the brain
Internal information processing mechanisms
Theories of natural intelligence
Intelligent foundations of computing
Descriptive mathematics for Natural Intelligence
Abstraction and means
Informatics laws of software
Knowledge representation
Models of knowledge and skills
Language acquisition
Cognitive complexity of software
Distributed intelligence
Computational intelligence
Perception and consciousness
Hybrid (AI/NI) intelligence

Autonomic Computing
Imperative vs. autonomous computing
Reasoning and inferences
Cognitive informatics foundations of Autonomic Computing
Memory models
Informatics foundations of software engineering
Fuzzy logic
Knowledge engineering
Pattern recognition
Agent technologies
Artificial intelligence
Software agent systems
Decision theories
Problem solving
Machine learning
Intelligent Internet
Web contents cognition
Nature of software
Quantum computing

Neuroscience foundations of information processing
Cognitive models of the brain
Functional modes of the brain
Neural models of memory
Neural networks
Neural computation
Cognitive linguistics
Biosignal processing
Cognitive signal processing
Gene analysis
Gene expression
Neural signal interpretation
Visual information representation
Visual information interpretation
Sensational cognitive processes
Human factors in systems