International Workshop on Inductive Modeling IWIM’2020
September 23-26, 2020,
Zbarazh Castle, UKRAINE
IWIM-2020 will be held in Zbarazh, Ternopil oblast, at Zbarazh Castle in conjunction with the host Conference "Computer Science and Information Technologies" CSIT-2020 (see http://csit.lp.edu.ua), both are supported by IEEE. As usually, the Workshop is focused on the theory, new algorithms and applications of automated data mining and knowledge discovery technologies based mainly on GMDH methodology originated by Prof. O. Ivakhnenko.
TOPICS OF INTEREST include but are not limited to:
Section 1. Theoretical fundamentals of inductive modeling
- Optimal complexity of inductive models, regularization, selection criteria
- Enhanced and optimized GMDH algorithms
- Analytical and numerical validation of inductively generated models
- Inductive algorithms for classification, clusterization, recognition
- Inductive Modelling as an apparatus of Computational Intelligence
Section 2. New approaches in inductive modelling
- High-performance computing (recurrent, parallel, distributed etc)
- Hybrid GMDH-type algorithms and neural networks
- Optimization and evolution of inductive neural networks
- Fuzzy and interval approaches in inductive modelling
- Visual data mining, model visualization
Section 3. Real-world applications of inductive modelling
- Data & knowledge mining, relationships detection using inductive modelling
- Knowledge discovery workflow automation, automated data preprocessing
- Applied software tools for construction of inductive models
- Time series analysis and prediction by means of inductive models
- Real-world applications, including solutions in ecology, economy, sociology, medicine, technology, bioinformatics, web, text and natural language processing, temporal and/or spatial modelling problems.
Original papers not being submitted to journals or other conferences will be considered. All submitted papers will be peer reviewed by 3 reviewers according to its originality, significance, correctness, presentation and relevance. We encourage authors to present position papers on practical studies and experiments, critique of existing works, emerging issues, and novel ideas under development.
Papers must be submitted via the IWIM’2019 Submission Page (see Make Submission). Manuscripts will be limited to 4-6 pages including all figures, tables, and references. The format of submitted papers must follow the IEEE proceedings guidelines (download).
All accepted papers will be published in the IEEE Workshop proceedings as separate volume. Papers are accepted with the condition that at least one author will register for the conference to present the paper. Papers without any registered co-author will not be published. The papers will be included in the IEEE Xplore digital library, and submitted to A&I databases (WoS, Scopus, etc.).
Extended versions (min 10 pages) of the best papers recommended by reviewers will be printed in a volume of "Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing" (AISC) by Springer prepared together with the main Conference. Authors of all accepted papers must sign a Springer copyright release form.
Any Workshop participant may present his/her paper likewise at the CSIT-2019 Conference.
April 30 May 10 – paper submission May 15 May 25 – notification of pre-acceptance, reviewer’s comments evaluation
June 05 – camera-ready due for the Workshop papers, notification of acceptance
June 25 – early covering conference fee (150 Euro paid to the CSIT OC)
June 25 – extended papers submission for the book
- International Research and Training Centre for Information Technologies and Systems of the National Academy of Sciences and Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine
- Lviv Polytechnic National University of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine
- Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
Volodymyr Stepashko (Chairman) Serhiy Yefimenko (Secretary)
Professor, Head of Department, PhD, Senior Researcher,
International Research and Training Centre International Research and Training Centre
for Information Technologies and Systems for Information Technologies and Systems
of the NAS and MES of Ukraine of the NAS and MES of Ukraine
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Mikhail Alexandrov Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
Tetiana Aksenova Grenoble University, France
Yevgeniy Bodyanskiy Kharkiv Technical University of Radio Electronics, Ukraine
Ales Bourek Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic
Hamparsum Bozdogan The University of Tennessee, USA
Angels Catena Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
Miroslav Сepek Czech Technical University, Czech Republic
He Changzheng Sichuan University, Chengdu, China
Vera Danilova Presidential Acad. of national economy and public admin., Russia
Mykola Dyvak Ternopil National Economy University, Ukraine
John Elder Elder Research, USA
Tadashi Kondo The University of Tokushima, Japan
Pavel Kordík Czech Technical University, Czech Republic
Frank Lemke KnowledgeMiner Software, Berlin, Germany
Panos Liatsis City University London, UK
Volodymyr Lytvynenko Kherson National Technical University, Ukraine
Nader Nariman-zadeh The University of Guilan, Iran
Witold Pedrycz University of Alberta, Canada
Natalya Ponomareva University of Wolverhampton, UK
Paolo Rosso Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain
Vadim Strijov Computer Center of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Olena Vynokurova Kharkiv Technical University of Radio Electronics, Ukraine
Jan Zizka Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic
Zbarazh is a town on the Hnizna River and a rayon center in Ternopil oblast. It is first mentioned in the chronicles under the year 1211. Its architectural monuments, including a fortress (built 1626–31), the Bernardine monastery (1627–30), and two 18th-century churches, are known tourist attractions. .
Zbarazh Castle is located near the center of the town being a recognized masterpiece of the fortification art. It is reckoned among the most interesting monuments of the defensive architecture in the Western Ukraine.
In recent years, scientists have conducted aerial scan of Zbarazh and found out that the town is full of underground tunnels. One of them leads from the castle to the Bernardine monastery and is 500 meters long.
For more details see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zbarazh_Castle
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