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R E search G roup on I ntelligent M achines
National Engineering School of Sfax
University of Sfax
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Technical Program
ACIDCA-ICMI'2005 will be organized into five tracks focusing on theory, implementation and applications. The tracks are: CI (Computational Intelligence), IC (Intelligent Control), IDA (Intelligent Data Analysis), IPA (Intelligent Pattern Analysis), ISA (Intelligent Systems Architectures). ACIDCA-ICMI'2005 will also include invited plenary speeches on selected advanced aspects given by experts in the specific state-of-the art subject areas. Invited special talks on major topics by eminent speakers will be included in the tracks. Detailed information on the sessions will be available at ACIDCA-ICMI'2005 web site as soon as they are finalized.

Working Language
The working language of ACIDCA-ICMI'2005 is English.
Publications and Awards
Selected papers, in extended form, will be considered for publication in edited books and in international journals. ACIDCA-ICMI'2005 will offer best paper awards in three categories: Best Paper, Best Poster Paper and Best Student Paper.
Conference Registration Fees
ACIDCA-ICMI'2005 conference registration fees will be announced on the web as soon as possible.

Special Sessions
Interested attendees are encouraged to propose special sessions, which consist of 5 papers that provide a focused discussion on a wide variety of new, innovative, and emerging topics of interest to the Machine Intelligence community including ( more info ):
* CI : Computational Intelligence
* IC : Intelligent Control
* IDA : Intelligent Data Analysis
* IPA : Intelligent Pattern Analysis
* ISA : Intelligent Systems Architectures
Each special session proposal must include the session title, description, and organizers.
Special session proposals should be e-mailed to chairs@acidca-icmi2005.org by April 1, 2005.
Proposals should be no longer than 3 pages and should include: (a) the title of the proposed special session, (b) the name of the organizer(s) (including contact information), (c) a 1-2 paragraph description of the relevant background/expertise of the organizer(s).
The acceptance of special session proposals will be based on: their relevance to the conference, their relevance to related topics of interest, and/or the expertise and background of the organizers.
The special sessions chairs will be responsible for coordinating reviews for each submitted paper by assigning them reviewers selected from the reviewer list supplied by the session organizer.
Session organizers are also encouraged to issue a call for papers for their special sessions.
After the review process, the program chairs will work with each session organizer to determine the final composition of their special session.
By June 30, 2005, the special session chairs will send acceptance/rejection notices to the authors of papers submitted to the special sessions.
Special session organizers are expected to ensure that all camera-ready versions are submitted by July 31, 2005 and that each accepted paper is presented at the conference.