UKCI 2011, the 11th Annual UK Workshop on Computational Intelligence, invites contributions of papers (of up to six pages) on topics including, but not limited to:
Artificial Neural Networks
Supervised, unsupervised & reinforcement learning; neuro-informatics; computational neuroscience; neural dynamics & complex systems; connectionist cognitive science; neural optimisation & dynamic programming; kernel methods; graphic models; autonomous mental development; neural control & cognitive robotics; data analysis & pattern recognition; image & signal processing.
Fuzzy logics & fuzzy set theory; fuzzy optimization & design; fuzzy system architectures & hardware; fuzzy pattern recognition & image processing; fuzzy control & robotics; fuzzy data mining & forecasting; fuzzy information retrieval; fuzzy human interface; fuzzy internet & multimedia; extensions to fuzzy methods; computing with words; granular computing.
Representation and operators; genetic programming; combinatorial & numerical optimisation; co-evolution & collective behaviour; multi-objective evolutionary algorithms; evolutionary design; evolvable hardware; evolvable software; evolving learning systems; evolutionary intelligent agents; developmental systems; molecular & quantum computing; bioinformatics & bioengineering; ant colonies & immune systems; particle swarm & differential evolution.
New and Emerging Computational Intelligence
Monte Carlo methods (MCTS,UCT etc), artificial immune systems; swarm intelligence; fractals; chaos theory, wavelets, hybrid models; hybrid learning; etc.
Applied Computational Intelligence
Real world applications; games; robotics; knowledge extraction; classifying and relating CI approaches; evaluating CI approaches; criteria for selecting CI methods; symbolic and non-symbolic CI; multi-agent systems.