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.
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Tutorials at CBIC 2017 will be presented by domain experts to cover current topics relevant to evolutionary computation researchers and practitioners. Tutorials will be free to all CBIC 2017 attendees.
- Each tutorial will be 90 minutes long including time for questions.
- We encourage the inclusion of interactive activities and demos.
Click here to submit a tutorial proposal.
We are inviting proposals for workshops to be held as special sessions of CBIC 2017. Workshops should last 3-6 hours and, although organizers determine the format of the workshop, it is recommended to reserve substantial time for discussion, and that aspect will be considered in the selection process.
Proposals for workshops should be at most 3 pages in length and should contain:
- Area of interest.
- A brief description of the workshop technical issues.
- The relevance and novelty of the workshop.
- Contact information of the workshop’s organizing committee.
- Estimated audience size and composition, including background.
- Format and agenda.
- Procedures for selecting papers or other types of work, if applicable.
- A list of required audio-visual or technical requirements.
Workshop proposals should be submitted as a PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org.