Non-Classical Logic and Computation Special Session on Applied Computational Intelligence


    Applied computational Intelligence addresses concerns in applied research and applications of artificial intelligence. The field of computational intelligence is the successor of artificial intelligence. It combines elements of learning, evolution, medium logic and fuzzy logic to create programs that can exhibit, to some degree, intelligent behavior. The last few years have seen a growth in theoretical and practical developments in this field. The flow of academic ideas in the area of computational intelligence has penetrated industry with tremendous speed and persistence. Thousands of applications have proved the practical potential of fuzzy logic, medium logic, neural networks, evolutionary computation, swarm intelligence, and intelligent agents even before their theoretical foundation is completely understood. And the popularity is rising. For most of the engineers and scientists introducing computational intelligence technologies into practice, looking at the growing number of new approaches, and understanding their theoretical principles and potential for value creation becomes a more and more difficult task.

    This special session provides an opportunity for researchers and practitioners in the community of Applied Computational Intelligence to share the latest achievements, to exchange new ideas, and to foster possible collaborations. You are kindly invited to submit original, previously unpublished works for this Special Session subject to the overall requirements of ISKE2017.

Scope and Topics

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Medium logic and applications
  • Image processing
  • Computer vision
  • Network measurement
  • Text clustering
  • Pattern recognition

Special Session Organisers

  • Ningning Zhou, Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, E-mail:


Please follow the ISKE2017 instruction for authors and submit your paper via the ISKE 2017 online submission system: Please specify that your paper is for the Non-Classical Logic and Computation Special Session on Applied Computational Intelligence.

Important Dates

1 Paper Submission Deadline: Aug 1, 2017
2 Notification Acceptance: Sep 1, 2017
3 Camera-ready Paper and Registration: Sep 25, 2017