2nd International Workshop on Evolving Fuzzy Systems
The 2nd International Symposium on Evolving Fuzzy Systems will be held at St Martins College Conference Centre in Ambleside from 7th-9th September 2006. The emerging area of evolution-augmented fuzzy and neuro-fuzzy systems is currently being shaped and the proposed Workshop on Evolving Fuzzy Systems promises to be an important forum for researchers from academia and industry to discuss current achievements, problems and future directions.In recognition of the growing importance of the evolution-inspired self-developing systems the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society, International Fuzzy Systems Association, and European Society on Fuzzy Logic and Technology are technically co-sponsoring this event. Four companies (BAE Systems, Nokia-UK, J&S Marine, and Retail Analytics) are also sponsoring a range of 'best paper' awards.
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