Submissions and dates
Paper submissions should be a PDF file of 10-12 pages long, written in English, Portuguese or Spanish using the Springer LNCS style. Papers not complying with the style requirements with be automatically rejected. A selected group of accepted papers will be invited to submit an extended version for a post-proceedings book.
Topics of interest of CBIC are organized in three tracks (but not limited to them):
- Evolutionary, swarm and nature-inspired computation: genetic algorithms, evolutionary multi-objective optimization, estimation of distribution algorithms, genetic programming, artificial immune systems, swarm intelligence, collective intelligence, evolvable hardware, bio-inspired methods, collective intelligence, multi-criteria decision making, etc.
- Neural and machine learning systems: artificial neural networks, deep learning, machine learning, molecular and quantum computing, complex networks, reinforcement learning, hybrid systems, etc.
- Fuzzy and stochastic reasoning: fuzzy systems, fuzzy control and decision making, uncertainty analysis, rough sets, fractals, multi-agent systems, game theory, etc.
|Workshop and tutorial proposal deadline:||30.06.2017 UTC-12:00|
|Workshop and tutorial acceptance notification:||15.07.2017 UTC-12:00|
|Paper submission deadline:||01.08.2017 UTC-12:00|
|Paper acceptance notification:||01.09.2017|
|Early registration ends:||01.10.2017 UTC-12:00|
|CBIC 2017 conference:||30.10 — 01.11.2017|