Selected Papers from SCIS & ISIS 2010 – No.1
Keigo Watanabe, Kazuhiro Ohkura, and Kiyotaka Izumi
SCIS & ISIS is a biennial international joint conference on soft computing and intelligent systems, with research ranging from fuzzy systems, neural networks, and evolutionary computation to multi-agent systems, artificial intelligence, and robotics.
SCIS & ISIS 2010 consisted of the 5th International Conference on Soft Computing and Intelligent Systems (SCIS) and the 11th International Symposium on Advanced Intelligent Systems (ISIS), held at Okayama Convention Center on December 8-12, 2010. Original presentations numbered 302 and participants 322.
After preliminary selection by SCIS & ISIS 2010 session chairs, we listed over 70 papers to be published in extended form in the Special Issue of the Journal of Advanced Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics. After inviting these authors to submit papers for this special issue, we had two referees to review them and accepted 27 for publication in Vol.15, Nos.7 and 8 in 2011.
This special issue presents 15 of these papers covering most conference topics, including fuzzy theory, learning methods, neural networks, and evolutionary computation, with a focus on reinforcement learning, multi-agent system, nonlinear estimation, and real-world applications to visual system, robotics and energy.
We thank the authors and reviewers for their invaluable contributions toward making this special issue possible. We are also grateful to Editors-in-chief Prof. Toshio Fukuda of Nagoya University and Prof. Kaoru Hirota of the Tokyo Institute of Technology for inviting us to serve as Guest Editors.
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