[ecoop-info] IIP2012: Last Call for Papers

常亮 changl at guet.edu.cn
Wed Apr 4 03:43:18 CEST 2012

IFIP 7th International Conference on Intelligent Information Processing (IIP2012)
October 12-15, 2012
Guilin, China

* Submission Deadline -------- 10 April, 2012
* Author Notification --------- 10 May, 2012
* Camera-ready Due --------- 10 June, 2012

The IIP conference series provides a forum for engineers and scientists in academia, university and industry to present their latest research findings in any aspects of intelligent information processing. IIP2012 attempts to meet the needs of a large and diverse community. Topics of IIP2012 include, but are not limited to:
* Autonomic computing
* Automatic reasoning
* Automatic translation
* Bayesian networks
* Belief revision
* Bioinformatics
* Biomedicine
* Business intelligence
* Case-based reasoning
* Cloud computing
* Cognitive Modeling
* Computational intelligence
* Computer vision
* Constraint programming
* Data Mining
* E-learning
* E-services
* Evolutionary computation
* Fuzzy and rough set
* Games & Serious games
* Image processing
* Information retrieval
* Intelligence science
* Intelligent agents
* Internet of things
* Knowledge acquisition
* Knowledge-based systems
* Knowledge discovery
* Knowledge engineering and management
* Knowledge grid
* Knowledge representation
* Logics and logic programming
* Machine learning
* Machine translation
* Mobile agents
* Natural language processing
* Neural computing
* Ontology engineering
* Reinforcement learning
* Speech understanding and interaction
* Text understanding
* Web intelligence
* Very large knowledge systems

IIP2012 seeks papers describing original work which has not been previously published and is not under review for publication elsewhere. Conference proceedings will be published by the Springer. All accepted papers will be indexed by EI and INSPEC.
Papers should be no longer than 10 pages including all tables, figures, and references but excluding a cover page. Fonts should be in 10 pt. Each submission must include one cover page which should contain:
(1) Title of the paper with an abstract of no more than 500 words; 
(2) A few keywords, from the list above where possible, giving a clear indication of topics; 
(3) Author names with affiliations, complete postal addresses, and phone numbers; 
(4) Email address of the contact author. 
The authors can use the word or latex template published in the IIP2012 Website (http://www.intsci.ac.cn/iip2012/) for preparing the papers. All papers should be submitted via the Easychair paper management system: http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iip2012.

T. Dillon (Australia)
T. Gu (China)
A. Aamodt (Norway)

Z. Shi (China)
D. Leake (USA)
S. Vadera (UK)

A. Aamodt (Norway)
A. Bernardi (Germany)
N. Bredeche (France)
C. Bryant (UK)
L. Cao (Australia)
E. Chang (Australia)
L. Chang (China)
E. Chen (China)
H. Chen (UK)
F. Coenen (UK)
Z. Cui (China)
S. Dustdar (Austria)
S. Ding (China)
Y. Ding (USA)
Q. Duo (China)
J. Ermine (France)
P. Estraillier (France)
W. Fan (UK)
Y. Gao (China)
L. Hansen (Denmark)
T. Hong (Taiwan)
Q. He (China)
T. Honkela (Finland)
Z. Huang (Netherlands)
P. Ibarguengoyatia (Mexico)
G. Kayakutlu (Turkey)
D.Leake (USA)
J. Liang (China)
Y. Liang (China)
H. Leung (HK)
S. Matwin (CA)
E. Mercier-Meziani (France)
F. Meziane (UK)
Z. Meng (China)
S. Nefti-Meziani (UK)
T. Nishida (Japan)
G. Osipov(Russia)
M. Owoc (Poland)
A. Rafea (Egypt)
K. Rajkumar(India)
M. Saraee (UK)
F. Segond (France)
Q.Shen (UK)
ZP. Shi (China)
K. Shimohara (Japan)
A. Skowron (Poland)
M. Stumptner (Australia)
E. Succar (Mexico)
IJ. Timm (Germany)
S. Tsumoto (Japan)
G. Wang (China)
S. Vadera (UK)
Y. Xu (Australia)
H. Xiong (USA)
J. Yang (Korea)
Y. Yao (Canada)
J. Yu (China)
J. Zhang (China)
J. Zhou (China)
Z-H. Zhou (China)
J. Zucker (France)
Situated in the northeastern part of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Guilin has enjoyed the reputation of having the most fantastic natural landscapes not only in China but also abroad. Its dreamy natural scenery and unique ancient architecture from the Qin and Ming Dynasties astound visitors from home and abroad. Visiting Guilin and discovering its natural wonders, such as its magical green pinnacles, crystal-clear water, picturesque rocks and intriguing caves, can provide a never-ending journey for every visitor. 
October is the prime time to travel to Guilin and experience this charming and historic city in all its splendor. We are looking forward to seeing you in Guilin!
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