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Call for Papers

Artificial Intelligence
Track 1, within 2020 Federated Conference on Computer Science and 
Information Systems (FedCSIS'20)
https://fedcsis.org/2020/ai
Sofia, Bulgaria, 06-09 September 2020

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OVID-19 Information (NEW SUBMISSION DEADLINE, REDUCED FEES FOR REMOTE 
PARTICIPATION)

First, we would like to assure everybody that FedCSIS 2020 will take 
place, the submitted and accepted papers will be published and sent for 
indexations as usual.

Second, due to epidemiological situation (e.g. recent regulations put in 
place by the Bulgarian Government), it is extremely likely that the 
conference will be organized fully remotely. As a matter of fact, we are 
already actively exploring best ways of realizing a 
scientific-tele-conference.

Third, in the likely case of running FedCSIS as a remote-access 
conference, fees will be substantially reduced (details soon).

We look forward to receiving your contributions as usual, and guarantee 
that (regardless of circumstances) FedCSIS 2020 will be another 
memorable and rewarding conference.

FedCSIS organizers


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FOR PAPER SUBMISSION (and other) DEADLINES SEE THE BOTTOM OF THIS MESSAGE


Our track includes the following technical sessions:

AAIA'20 - 15th International Symposium on Advances in Artificial 
Intelligence and Applications
https://fedcsis.org/2020/aaia

AAIA'20 TOPICS:

-- Decision Support
-- Machine Learning
-- Fuzzy Sets and Soft Computing
-- Rough Sets and Approximate Reasoning
-- Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
-- Data Modeling and Feature Engineering
-- Data Integration and Information Fusion
-- Hybrid and Hierarchical Intelligent Systems
-- Neural Networks and Deep Learning
-- Bayesian Networks and Bayesian Reasoning
-- Case-based Reasoning and Similarity
-- Web Mining and Social Networks
-- AI in Business Intelligence and Online Analytics
-- AI in Robotics and Cyber-Physical Systems
-- AI-centered Systems and Large-Scale Applications

ASIR’20 - 9th International Workshop on Advances in Semantic Information 
Retrieval
https://fedcsis.org/2020/asir


ASIR’20 TOPICS:

  -- Data analytics.
  -- Data-driven decision making.
  -- Domain-specific semantic applications.
  -- Evaluation methodologies for semantic search and retrieval.
  -- Knowledge representation and management.
  -- Models for document representation.
  -- Natural language semantic processing.
  -- Ontology for semantic information retrieval.
  -- Ontology alignment, mapping and merging.
  -- Query interfaces.
  -- Searching and ranking.
  -- Semantic multimedia retrieval.
  -- Visualization of retrieved results.


FVRM'20 - 1st Symposium on Formal Approaches to Vagueness in Relation to 
Mereology
https://fedcsis.org/2020/fvrm

FVRM'20 TOPICS:

-- Applications of Mereology and Vagueness,
-- Granular Mereo-Classifiers,
-- Mereo-ontologies: Comparison,
-- Critical Evaluation of Spatial Mereology (Mereotopology),
-- Rough Mereotopologies,
-- Rough Mereology in Engineering (Assembling, Design, etc),
-- Descriptive Proximity and Point-free applications Mereology in Robotics,
-- Intelligent Navigation/Planning,
-- Imaging, Intelligent Image Analysis,
-- Mathematical Morphology and Mereology,
-- Applications of Non-transitive Parthood and Granularity in Areas such 
as Taxonomy,
-- Medical Diagnosis, and Imaging (histology, etc),
-- Mereology and Fuzzy Sets in Physics,
-- Regions as Pluralities,
-- Related Ontologies,
-- Theories of Knowledge,
-- Knowledge Consistency,
-- Applications of Knowledge Based Methods involving Mereology Related 
Situation Logics,
-- Ontology,
-- Domain Science Point-Free Geometry,
-- Geometric Logic,
-- Qualitative Space,
-- Whitehead-Gerla Approach Hybrid Approaches,
-- Novel Applications,
-- RCC, and Related Topics.


LTA'20 - 5th International Workshop on Language Technologies and 
Applications
https://fedcsis.org/2020/lta

LTA'20 TOPICS:

  -- Computational Intelligence methods applied to language & text 
processing
  -- text analysis
  -- language networks
  -- text classification
  -- language networks, resources and corpora
  -- document clustering
  -- various forms of text recognition
  -- machine translation
  -- intelligent text-to-speech (TTS) and speech-to-text (STT) methods
  -- authorship identification and verification
  -- author profiling
  -- plagiarism detection
  -- sentiment analysis
  -- NLP applications in education
  -- knowledge extraction and retrieval from text and natural language 
structures
  -- multi-modal and natural language interfaces
  -- innovative language-oriented applications and tools
  -- interactions models and applications via Virtual Reality and 
Augmented Reality
  -- NLP for text analysis in forensic linguistics and cybersecurity


WCO'20 - 13th International Workshop on Computational Optimization
https://fedcsis.org/2020/wco

WCO'20 TOPICS:

  -- combinatorial and continuous global optimization
  -- unconstrained and constrained optimization
  -- multiobjective and robust optimization
  -- optimization in dynamic and/or noisy environments
  -- optimization on graphs
  -- large-scale optimization, in parallel and distributed computational 
environments
  -- meta-heuristics for optimization, nature-inspired approaches and 
any other derivative-free methods
  -- exact/heuristic hybrid methods, involving natural computing 
techniques and other global and local optimization methods
  -- numerical and heuristic methods for modeling


FedCSIS'20 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS (to be extended):

-- Christian Blum (Artificial Intelligence Research Institute 
(IIIA-CSIC, Barcelona, Spain)
-- George Boustras (European University, Cyprus)
-- Hans-Georg Fill (University of Fribourg, Switzerland)


PAPER PUBLICATION:

Preprints will be published on USB memory sticks provided to the 
FedCSIS'20 participants.

Papers presented during FedCSIS'20 will be submitted to IEEE for 
inclusion in the Xplore Digital Library under a nonexclusive copyright, 
thus further publication of extended papers are possible.

Moreover, proceedings published in a volume with ISBN, ISSN and DOI 
numbers will be posted at FedCSIS WWW site.


IMPORTANT DATES:

-- Regular paper submission: May 29, 2020 (fixed - no extensions)
-- Position paper submission: June 23, 2020 (with option of regular 
paper submission - if discussed with chairs)
-- Acceptance notification: July 15, 2020
-- Final paper submission and author registration: July 30, 2020
-- Conference dates: September 6-9, 2020


Please forward this announcement to your colleagues and associates who 
could be interested in it.

CHAIRS OF THE AI TRACK

Dominik Slezak & Stan Matwin



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