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                               CALL FOR PAPERS:

             INTELLIGENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS 2005 - IIS'05
 New Trends in Intelligent Information Processing and Web Mining (IIPWM)

                      Gdansk, Poland, June 13-16, 2005

              Conference Web page: http://iipwm.ipipan.waw.pl

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Scope:
http://iipwm.ipipan.waw.pl/2005/scope.html
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Papers on 
- Artificial Immune Systems,
- Search Engines,
- Computational Linguistics,
- Knowledge Discovery
and related subjects are particularly encouraged.

The focus of the Conference will also be on the following topics: 
- new computing paradigms, including, but not restricted to biologically motivated methods, quantum computing, DNA computing,
- advanced data analysis,
- new machine learning paradigms,
- reasoning technologies,
- natural language processing,
- novelty detection,
- new optimization technologies,
- applied data mining using statistical and non-standard approaches,
- technologies for very large data bases,
- uncertainty management.


Artificial Immune Systems: 
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Research on biologically motivated systems (genetic algorithms, neural networks, ant colony algorithms) has been going on for many years now. For a number of reasons the investigation of properties of immune system of humans and animals fertilized recently a broad range of research in creating artificial immune systems. The special track on Artificial Immune Systems is intended for presentation of the progress achieved in the area. Original contributions are welcome including but not restricted to the following topics and applications: 

- Simulation of natural immune systems
- Learning idiotype systems 
- Exploratory data analysis
- Clustering techniques based on immunological principles
- Immunological data compression 
- Immunological genetic algorithms 
- Discrete and continuous optimization in static and dynamic environments
- Anomaly detection and detection of intruders, new approaches to combating software viruses

Search Engines:
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Internet is a vast source of information. Unfortunately it is useless unless we know where to find the piece of information we need. Search Engines and related tools are intended to tell us where the information is. Here we have to do with a non-trivial challenge for an artificial intelligent system: it has to "understand" the relationship between the intention of a natural language query formulated by a truly intelligent human (the internaut) and the content of natural language documents prepared by some other intelligent humans. 
We encourage papers devoted to Search Engines technology addressing the progress achieved in the area of 

- large scale search engines: design and implementation,
- personal search tools,
- intelligent spiders,
- on-line and off-line document clustering,
- static and dynamic document maps,
- intelligent navigation through hypertext document collections
- translation of documents,
- linguistic research on Web documents,
- technologies of extraction of information from text and non-text documents,
- text mining,
- web mining, 
- question answering versus document retrieval
and on related topics.

Computational Linguistics: 
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Natural language is the most obvious way of man-to-man communication but it is still very difficult to use for computer programs. To overcome this difficulty, a lot of effort has been devoted to provide computational models of various aspects of natural language usage. These results are incorporated into many working systems today, including speech recognition systems, text-to-speech synthesizers, automated voice response systems, web search engines, text editors, or information extraction systems. We invite contributors interested in Computational Linguistics to submit papers concerned especially with: 
- automatic text analysis,
- corpus-based language processing,
- statistical and machine learning methods in NLP,
- information retrieval, information extraction and text summarization,
- speech recognition and synthesis,
- question answering systems,
- dialogue systems,
- machine and machine-aided translation tools
and other areas of natural language processing.

Knowledge Discovery:
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The most intricating area of human activity is the discovery of relations within the physical and social environment. The complexity of the knowledge acquisition process and / or the amount of data urge for extended support of computing machines. We encourage researchers in this and related areas to submit papers describing results and ongoing research on topics:
- machine learning and statistical tools in knowledge discovery, 
- knowledge representation and its impact on discovery processes
- machine learning algorithms      
- new knowledge discovery paradigms
- learning from data versus learning from knowledge sources
- autonomous knowledge discovery robots
- knowledge discovery tools in OLAP
- knowledge acquisition from the Web
- applications of knowledge acquisition methodologies and software
and the like. 

Publication:
http://iipwm.ipipan.waw.pl/2005/publication.html
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Publication in the Springer Verlag Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence is envisaged. The volume will contain full papers as well as papers accepted for poster presentation.

Important Dates:
http://iipwm.ipipan.waw.pl/2005/dates.html
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October 18, 2004 - paper submission deadline
June 13, 2005 - the Conference starts

Paper Submission and Publication:
http://iipwm.ipipan.waw.pl/2005/forauthors.html
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The working language of the conference is English. Only original, unpublished papers in the aforementioned fields are invited. Authors should upload an electronic version of the full paper (up to eight pages; ps and/or possibly pdf) by using the registration site* before October 18, 2004. The papers should be organized in accordance with common scientific structure (abstract, state of the art in the field, intention, used methodology, obtained results and references). Papers will be refereed by an international committee, and accepted on the basis of their scientific merit, novelty and relevance to the conference topics. After notification of acceptance, authors will be allowed to make a correction in accordance with the suggestions of the reviewers and submit final camera-ready papers.

Accepted papers must be presented by author(s) personally to be published in the conference proceedings. The final papers are to be prepared using LaTeX.

Conference Chairs:
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Mieczyslaw A. Klopotek 
and
Slawomir T. Wierzchon

Institute of Computer Science, 
Polish Academy of Sciences


Programme Committee:
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The following persons have already agreed to join the Programme Committee:

David Bell (Queen's University Belfast, UK) 
Peter J. Bentley (University College London, UK) 
Petr Berka (University of Economics, Czech Republic) 
Leonard Bolc (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland) 
Andrzej Czyzewski (Gdansk University of Technology, Poland) 
Piotr Dembinski (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland) 
Wlodzislaw Duch (Nicholas Copernicus University, Poland) 
Tapio Elomaa (Tampere University of Technology, Finland) 
Jerzy W. Grzymala-Busse (University of Kansas, USA) 
Mohand-Said Hacid (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France) 
Mirsad Hadzikadic (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA) 
Jan Hajic (Charles University, Czech Republic) 
Ray J. Hickey (University of Ulster, UK) 
Erhard Hinrichs (University of Tuebingen, Germany) 
Olgierd Hryniewicz (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland) 
Janusz Kacprzyk (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland) 
Samuel Kaski (University of Helsinki, Finland) 
Jan Komorowski (Uppsala University, Sweden) 
Jozef Korbicz (University of Zielona Gora, Poland) 
Jacek Koronacki (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland) 
Witold Kosinski (Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technologies, Poland) 
Geert-Jan Kruijff (Universitat des Saarlandes, Germany) 
Stan Matwin (University of Ottawa, Canada) 
Detmar Meurers (Ohio State University, USA) 
Maciej Michalewicz (NuTech Solutions Polska, Poland) 
Zbigniew Michalewicz (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA) 
Ryszard Michalski (George Mason University, USA) 
Zdzislaw Pawlak (Scientific Research Committee, Poland) 
James F. Peters (University of Manitoba, Canada) 
Adam Przepiorkowski (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland) 
Zbigniew W. Ras (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA) 
Jan Rauch (University of Economics, Czech Republic) 
Henryk Rybinski (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland) 
Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem (Ain Shams University, Egypt) 
Kiril Simov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria) 
Andrzej Skowron (Warsaw University, Poland) 
V.S. Subrahmanian (University of Maryland, USA) 
Katia Sycara (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) 
Roman Swiniarski (San Diego State University, USA) 
Ryszard Tadeusiewicz (AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland) 
Jonathan Timmis (University of Kent, UK) 
Zygmunt Vetulani (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland) 
Alicja Wakulicz-Deja (University of Silesia, Poland) 
Hui Wang (University of Ulster, UK) 
Jan Weglarz (Poznan University of Technology, Poland) 
Stefan Wegrzyn (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland) 
Krzysztof Zielinski (AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland) 
Djamel A. Zighed (Lumiere Lyon 2 University, France) 
Jana Zvarova (EuroMISE Centre, Czech Republic)

Contact:
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Conference Office: iipwm@ipipan.waw.pl
Institute of Computer Science, 
Polish Academy of Sciences
ul. Ordona 21
01-237 Warsaw, Poland
phone: ++48 22 8362841
fax: ++48 22 8376564
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