International Conference on Soft Computing, Intelligent
Hard Rock Hotel, Bali - Indonesia
The term Soft Computing was proposed in 1990, along with the idea to constitute ISC (Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computer) by Prof. L. A. Zadeh from University of California, Berkeley. Unlike conventional (hard) computing scheme, soft computing allows tolerance of imprecision, uncertainty, and partial truth for input, process and output. With these tolerances, soft computing is hoped to produce intelligent, robust, traceable and low solution cost systems.
Because of the importance of soft computing to solve problems in industry and business that required an intelligent analysis and information technologies, Informatics Department and Soft Computing & Intelligent System Research Group, Petra Christian University organize an International Conference on Soft Computing, Intelligent Systems and Information Technology.
The International Conference on Soft Computing, Intelligent Systems and Information Technology (ICSIIT) 2007 will take place in Bali, Indonesia on 26-27 July 2007.
The topics of the ICSIIT 2007 includes, but not limited to:
For Local participants
Regular Rp 900.000
For Overseas participants
Regular US$ 300
*) Regular registration fee includes admission to all sessions, proceedings, conference kit, 2 lunches, 4 coffee breaks and gala dinner on 26th July 2007.
*) Student registration fee includes admission to all sessions, proceedings, conference kit, 2 lunches, and 4 coffee breaks. Please provide a written proof of full-time student status.
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