NAFIPS’11, North America Fuzzy Information Processing Society 2011

Heads up ACM student members! NAFIPS’11 will take place during March 18-20, 2011 at The University of Texas at El Paso, and Dr. Martine Ceberio and Dr. Vladik Kreinovich are organizing!

Want to learn more?

As the premier fuzzy society in North America established in 1981, NAFIPS’s purpose is to help guide and encourage the development of fuzzy sets and related technologies for the benefit of mankind.

The following is the list of plenary speakers at NAFIPS’2011:

  • Rafik Aliev, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, and Georgia State University, Atlanta
    Title: Towards a Generalized Fuzzy Logic-Based Decision Theory.
    Here is a link to Rafik Aliev’s abstract.
  • Asli Celikyilmaz, Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing (BISC) and Microsoft Research Title: Generative Models for Understanding Text.
    Here is a link to Asli Celikyilmaz’s abstract.
  • Dimitar Filev, Ford Motor Company, AMTDC, Redford, Michigan
    Title: Fuzzy Logic Applications in Vehicle Control & Information Systems.
    Here is a link to Dimitar Filev’s abstract.
  • Jim Keller, University of Missouri, Columbia
    Title: Where Am I? From Spatiotemporal Descriptions To a Sketch To a Geospatially Grounded Map
    Here is a link to Jim Keller’s abstract.
  • George Klir, State University of New York at Binghamton
    Title: Fuzzy Logic in the Psychology of Concepts.
    Here is a link to George Klir’s abstract.
  • Jerry Mendel, University of Southern California
    Title: The Methodology of Perceptual Computing.
    Here is a link to Jerry Mendel’s abstract and bio
  • Shahnaz Shahbazova, Azerbaijan Technical University, Baku, Azerbaijan
    Title: The development of an algorithmic model of object recognition visual and sound information based on neuro-fuzzy logic. Here is a link to Shahnaz Shahbazova’s abstract.
  • Ron Yager, Iona College New Rochelle
    Title: A Measure Based Approach to the Fusion of Uncertain Information.
    Here is a link to Ron Yager’s abstract.

Interested in learning more about it? Need the schedule? Wan’t to see what else they have to offer?

Visit their web page and let them know you are coming!
http://nafips.cs.utep.edu/program.html

See you there!

CoProD v 2.011, Constraint Programming and Decision Making Workshop

CoProD’11 is the fourth edition of CoProD. It will be held at UTEP, El Paso, Texas, on March 17, 2011

Constraint programming techniques are important components of intelligent systems. They constitute a declarative and efficient methodology to represent and solve many practical problems. They have been applied successfully to a number of fields, such as scheduling of air traffic, software engineering, networks security, chemistry, and biology. Despite the proved usefulness of these techniques, they are still under-utilized in real-life applications. One reason is the perceived lack of effective communication between constraint programming experts and domain practitioners about constraints, in general, and their use in decision making, in particular.

CoProD’11 will be held on March 17, 2011, right before NAFIPS’11 (March 18-20) at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), Texas

Interested in attending? Check out all the registration information and schedules on their web page.

http://coprod.constraintsolving.com/

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