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Special Session: Mathematical Models
in Artificial Intelligence.
under the frame of
International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering, CMMSE 2010
Almeria, Spain, June 26-30, 2010
GICAP Research Group
Mathematical approaches to Artificial Intelligence have become mainstream in the past decades and nowadays. Statistical and probabilistic methods are routinely used in machine learning, computer vision, speech recognition, and others. There is a growing interest in exploiting this methodology to several aspects of Artificial Intelligence and modelling cognitive systems.
The underlying idea is to present recent models of Artificial Intelligence and discuss their applications as well as elaborate on linkages between the models and concepts of AI considered in this setting.
Contributions should be a minimum of 3 pages, with a maximum of 12 and should be sent by email both to the organization and to the organizer of the corresponding special session. Please use the subject line "CMMSE"
Please prepare your contribution (in English) without page numbers and send only the PDF file and a text file with the Title and author names as they should appear in the table of contents.
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Contributions sent to this Conference have the chance to be included in a special issue of the following journals:
1. International Journal of Computer Mathematics (Taylor & Francis)
Impact Factor: 0.308 (JCR’ 08)
2. International Journal of Neural Systems, (World Scientific)
Impact Factor: 0.901 (JCR '08)
3. Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering, (IOS Press).
Impact Factor: 0.617 (JCR '08)
4. Logic Journal of the IGPL, (
Impact factor: 0.326
5. The Journal of Supercomputing, (Springer)
Impact Factor: 0.615
6. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, (Elsevier)
Impact Factor: 1.048
9. Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, (Willey)
Impact Factor: 0.747
BISITE Research Group
GICAP Research Group
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