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DADE 2018 2ND IEEE SPECIAL SESSION ON DEPLOYMENT AREAS IN DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENTS

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Jolanta Mizera-Pietraszko <[log in to unmask]>

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Dear Researcher,

Submission system is still open so you can contribute to

DADE 2018 2ND IEEE SPECIAL SESSION ON DEPLOYMENT, Thessaloniki, Greece,

http://inista.org/dade2018.html
 
Special Session Organizers
Jolanta Mizera-Pietraszko
Opole University, Poland
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Grzegorz Kołaczek 
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
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Ronald R. Yager
Machine Intelligence Institute, USA, 
Iona College, USA
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Theme: DEPLOYMENT AREAS IN DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENTS

In real world a great majority of processes are time-dependant by nature. Therefore, methodologies of processing data and information in dynamic environments are widely studied. In particular, application areas like for instance in business, medicine, or smart cities are expanding rapidly such that the trend creates the challenge for research community to build new infrastructure aimed at meeting the innovative requirements. 

One of the fundamental goals in computational intelligence is to achieve the ability to effective computer-assisted learning from noisy, uncertain and incomplete data in order to adapt to constantly changing environments. Examples of such dynamic environments, which require some well-defined and verified methods and tools, include Internet of Things networks and real-time systems. Substantial changes, concept drift and some newly emerging trends in dynamic environments can have an impact on the increasing number of imprecise predictive methods, the rate of false alarms and consequently it may influence the systems performance and/or security. 

This Special Session is intended to provide a forum for researchers in this area to exchange new ideas. So that we encourage the research community to submit their work in progress, concept papers, position papers, case studies, reports, review papers to present innovative ideas that can provoke a discussion and provide a feedback to the session participants, initiate collaborations and stimulate some creative thinking about promising research trends. 
	Real-time systems
	Concept drift identification
	Methodologies/algorithms/techniques for learning in dynamic environments
	Dynamic environment optimization algorithms 
	Incremental e-learning, lifelong learning, cumulative learning
	 Mobile robots in a dynamic environment
	Machine learning under concept drift and class imbalance 
	Change-detection and anomaly-detection algorithms 
	Dynamic cloud applications in PaaS (Platform as a Service) models
	Decision support systems working in real-time
	Predictive information-mining approaches
	 Dynamical nature of Web information search including Deep Web layers
	Machine learning scenarios following parametric dataflow
	Simultaneous machine translation systems
	 Streaming media
	Geolocalization systems
	RSS-based positioning
	Real-Time traffic data services including emergency services
	5G communication in Smart cities
	Remote sensing data processing
	Instant messaging paradigms
	Cognitive-inspired approaches to adaptation and learning
	 Internet of Things
	Applications of change/anomaly detection, such as: 
   a) adaptive/Intelligent systems 
   b) fraud detection 
   c) fault detection 
   d) network-intrusion detection and security 
   e) intelligent sensor networks 
   f) statistical analysis of time series 
   g) security challenges in the area of Internet of Things (IoT)

SUBMISSION TYPES:

	Abstracts – around 200 words plus keywords
	Full papers – minimum 4 pages, maximum page limit is 8
Note: Abstract submissions should be extended after the submission deadline to full paper

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission of papers: 25 April, 2018 (extended)
Notification of acceptance: 30 April 2018
Camera-ready papers: 30 April 2018
Registration & payment: 15 May 2018
Conference date: 3-5 July 2018

MANUSCRIPT TEMPLATES FOR IEEE CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

https://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html 

SUBMISSION PAGE

http://inista.org/submission.html 

All contributions should be original and not published elsewhere or intended to be published during the review period. Authors are invited to submit their papers electronically in pdf format, through EasyAcademia EasyAcademia.org. 
All the special sessions are centralized as tracks in the same conference management system as the regular papers. Therefore, to submit a paper please go through the steps below and select the track: DADE 2018: Deployment Areas of Dynamic Environments

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