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HIGHLIGHTS

  • The meeting is intended to be a forum for discussions of concepts, issues, and methods by leading researchers in the fundamental problems of granular computing in an atmosphere intended to promote the exchange of ideas and viewpoints.
  • The meeting will last 3 days.
  • Attendance will be open primarily to those submitting accepted papers, but we also expect some participants from local IEEE chapters and students from universities (Stanford University, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Cruz, San Jose State University, University of Santa Clara, and etc).
  • In each morning, there will be a one-hour keynote presentation to all the audience.
  • Call for paper will be disseminated through, but not limited to, multiple channels (send to audiences in the previous granular computing, rough sets and data mining conference, mailing lists such as kdnugget mailing list, machine learning lists, db-world list, distribute CFP fly in related conference).
  • All papers will be reviewed by at least 3 PC committee members or external expert reviewers.
  • All papers will be included in the CD-form published by IEEE press.
  • Keynote speakers will be paid their travel and lodging expenses (subject to customary CIS and CompS limits and regulations). All other participants will be required to pay, in advance, a registration fee covering meeting expenses and publication costs.

 

Last update: 31 Jan 2007

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