CFP: 6th Intl. Conf. on Data Engineering and Automated Learning (IDEAL'05) - Final CFP

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    Final Call For Papers

    Sixth International Conference on
    Intelligent Data Engineering and Automated Learning (IDEAL'05)

    6th - 8th July, 2005
    Brisbane, Australia.


    IDEAL is an annual conference dedicated to emerging and
    challenging topics in intelligent data analysis and engineering
    and their associated learning paradigms. Following the highly
    successful conferences held in Exeter (2004), Hong Kong (2003) and
    Manchester (2002), the sixth conference (IDEAL'05) will be held in
    the subtropical city of Brisbane, Australia's third-largest city.

    IDEAL'05 provides an opportunity to present the latest theoretical
    advances and real-world applications in intelligent data
    engineering and automated learning.

    Call for Papers

    IDEAL is a high-quality, dual-oral track conference. In 2004, 124
    papers were accepted for presentation from 272 submissions.
    Session topics included ensemble learning methods, kernel methods,
    feature extraction, classification, data mining, agents,
    evolutionary computation, knowledge and rule-based systems, gene
    expression, protein data, image analysis, finance, fuzzy sets,
    time series, spam detection and rule engineering.

    Conference Scope

    Technical areas include, but are not limited to:

    * Learning and Information Processing
    - Machine Learning
    - Neural Networks and Emergent Systems
    - Probabilistic Learning
    - Clustering and Classification
    - Feature Selection and Extraction
    - Evolutionary Computation
    - Fuzzy Logic

    * Data Mining
    - Rule-based Systems
    - Text and Web Mining
    - Multivariate Data Visualisation
    - Internet and Multimedia Databases
    - Knowledge Discovery and Retrieval
    - Data Warehouse and E-organisations
    - Image Analysis
    - Speech and Signal Processing
    - Medical Diagnosis and Databases

    * Bioinformatics
    - Protein Structural Prediction
    - Gene Expression Data Analysis
    - Metabolomics and Pathway Analysis
    - Bioinformatics Tools and Intelligent Decision Making Systems
    - Molecular Data Management
    - Novel Bioinformatics Algorithms

    * Agents
    - Multi-agents Systems
    - Autonomous Agents
    - Agent Architectures and Protocols
    - Collaborative and Collective learning
    - Self-Organising Systems

    * Financial Engineering
    - Electronic Commerce
    - Portfolio Management
    - Risk Analysis and Management
    - Fraud Detection
    - Modelling and Forecasting
    - Volatility and Trading Strategies

    Paper Submission and Publication

    All submissions will be refereed by experts in the field based on
    originality, significance, quality and clarity. Accepted papers
    will be included in IDEAL 2005 Proceedings to be published by
    Springer-Verlag in the prestigious Lecture Notes in Computer
    Science series. Papers should not exceed 6 pages and should comply
    with the format of LNCS/LNAI proceedings (see

    Manuscripts should be submitted using the on-line submission
    system. This will be available closer to the submission date via
    the conference web site:

    Special Issue

    Authors of selected outstanding papers presented at IDEAL'05 will
    be invited to submit extended and revised versions of their papers
    to be considered for publication in a Special Issue of the
    International Journal of Neural Systems, on "Adaptive Neural
    Methods for Intelligent Data Analysis".

    Important Dates

    * Submission of papers: 21st February, 2005 (firm).
    * Notification of acceptance: 6th April, 2005.
    * Camera-ready papers due: 20th April, 2005.
    * IDEAL 2005 Conference: 6th-8th July, 2005.

    For more information about IDEAL'05, please refer to the
    conference website.


    IDEAL 2005 Secretariat
    School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering
    University of Queensland. 4072

    Phone: +61 7 3365 6197 Fax: +61 7 3365 4999

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