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[CFP]Special Issue on Semantic Web meets Computational Intelligence

From: Huajun Chen <huajunsir@zju.edu.cn>
Date: Wed, 5 Oct 2011 15:31:34 +0800
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IEEE Computational Intelligence Magazine 


Special Issue on Semantic Web Meets Computational Intelligence


Call for papers



The Semantic Web (SW) carries out the vision of a global web of data usable
for both human and machines. This web, consisting of inter-connected
instance data annotated with possibly expressive ontologies, promises a huge
opportunity for web-based applications in many domains. As an open,
decentralized, and complex system, the building and development of the
Semantic Web bring up a number of new problems to which traditional
Artificial Intelligence approaches (Description Logic, Logic Programming,
Ontology Reasoning, etc.) are not effective and feasible. More and more
researchers from the Semantic Web community are aware of the importance of
introducing computational intelligence methodologies and approaches (e.g.,
including neural network, fuzzy logic or evolutionary computation) to study
the complexity of such a huge web of data.


The goal of this special issue is to discuss on current trends in the
marriage of the Semantic Web and Computational Intelligence. The specific
topics solicited for this special issue will cover all aspects of
computational intelligence research, including, but are not limited to, 


l  Fuzzy logic and uncertainty reasoning for Semantic Web

l  Neural network and machine learning for Semantic Web

l  Evolutionary computation for Semantic Web

l  Hybrid approaches of EC, NN, and fuzzy logic for Semantic Web


All papers submitted to this special issue will be rigorously peer-reviewed
by experts in this field. To ensure timely publication of this issue, the
following timeline will be used for this special issue:


Manuscript Submission Deadline:                                 October 15,

Notice of Review:
November 15, 2011

Final Manuscript Due:
December 15, 2011


For your information. IEEE CIM is currently ranked 13 out of all 127 IEEE
journals. It has a 5-Year impact factor of 4.094 and impact factor of 2.833.

Please note that all papers submitted will be peer-reviewed and acceptance
is depending on the review reports. Article must be closely linked to
computational intelligence for this special issue. Paper length can be about
25 pages with 1.5 spacing and single column. More information about the
magazine can be found in the website below:



We look forward to your submissions to this special issue!


Guest Editor: 


Huajun Chen (Zhejiang University, China)

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