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International Workshop of Inductive Modeling 2017

International Workshop on Inductive Modelling IWIM-2017 will be held in Lviv at Lviv Polytechnic National University in conjunction with the host Conference "Computer Science and Information Technologies" CSIT-2017 (see ), both are supported by IEEE.

The IWIM-2017 is successive in the chain of International events held since 2002 in Ukraine (Lviv-2002; Kyiv-2005, 2008, 2011-2016; Yevpatoria-2010) and abroad (Prague-2007; Krynica-2009, Poland). They are traditionally focused on the theory, new algorithms, and applications of automated data mining and knowledge discovery technologies based mainly on GMDH methodology as a typical inductive approach to modeling from data originated by Prof. O. Ivakhnenko.

The motivation of this 9th Workshop is to analyze the state-of-the-art of modelling methods that inductively generate models from data, to discuss concepts of an automated knowledge discovery workflow, to share new ideas on model validation and visualization, to present novel applications in various areas.

Organizers invite scientists, engineers, specialists, and experts to take part in the Workshop.


March 05     – early registration

April 05        – deadline for paper submission

April 15         – deadline for paper submission

May 01        – notification of acceptance, reviewers comments, proposition of paper extension

May 20        – camera-ready due for the Workshop papers, reviewers comments evaluation

June 01        – early covering conference fee (150 Euro paid to the CSIT OC)

June 10        – extended papers submission for the book

 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

  • Hybrid GMDH-type algorithms and neural networks
  • Optimization and evolution of inductive neural networks
  • Fuzzy and interval approaches in inductive modelling
  • High-performance computing, including recurrent, parallel and distributed computing
  • 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.


  • 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

e-mail:                                e-mail: 



1                               Mikhail Alexandrov          Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
2 Tetiana Aksenova Grenoble University, France
3 Yevgeniy Bodyanskiy Kharkiv Technical University of Radio Electronics, Ukraine
4 Ales Bourek Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic
  Hamparsum Bozdogan The University of Tennessee, USA
6 Angels Catena Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
7 He Changzheng Sichuan University, Chengdu, China
8 Vera Danilova Presidential Acad. of national economy and public administrat., Russia
9 Mykola Dyvak Ternopil National Economy University, Ukraine
10 John Elder Elder Research, USA 
11 Tadashi Kondo The University of Tokushima, Japan 
12 Pavel Kordík Czech Technical University, Czech Republic 
  Frank Lemke KnowledgeMiner Software, Berlin, Germany
14 Panos Liatsis City University London, UK
15 Volodymyr Lytvynenko Kherson National Technical University, Ukraine
16 Aleksander Mikhalyov National metallurgical academy, Ukraine
17 Nader Nariman-zadeh The University of Guilan, Iran
18 Witold Pedrycz University of Alberta, Canada ody
19 Natalya Ponomareva University of Wolverhampton, UK 
20 Paolo Rosso Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain
21 Vadim Strijov Computer Center of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
22    Miroslav Šnorek Czech Technical University, Czech Republic
23 Olena Vynokurova Kharkiv Technical University of Radio Electronics, Ukraine
24 Jan Zizka  Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic


The Workshop as well as the main Conference CSIT 2017 will be held in Lviv which is the largest city in Western Ukraine and the seventh largest city in the country overall. The events will take place at Lviv Polytechnic National University in early autumn when Lviv will be at its best: the city is famous for its welcoming and hospitality, its beautiful parks, diverse cuisine, fascinating history and charismatic architecture. Several sessions will be held in a picturesque place near Lviv.

The historical heart of Lviv city is famous for its old buildings. The city centre is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Lviv is one of the most important cultural centres of Ukraine, famous for art, literature, music and theatre. It host more than 100 festivals annually, has 60 museums and 10 theatres. With regard to its urban fabric and architecture, Lviv is an outstanding example of the fusion of the architectural and artistic traditions of Central and Eastern Europe with those of Italy and Germany.


More impressive pictures one can see here:


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