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Call for Papers

    Submission of papers (min. 6, max. 15 pages) is welcomed on the topics outlined. Extended abstracts should be 4 to 6 pages. Abstracts may be submitted via e-mail. Paper acceptance will be based on the extended abstracts. Accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings. Full paper submission will be required for consideration for publication in special issues of several journals and in one or several volumes to be published after the Conference. The papers will be evaluated by the International Program committees and the Scientific Committees of the Symposia. Accepted papers must be presented by one of the authors at the conference. The Proceedings will include only papers of registered authors. A registered participant can not be co-author to more than 3 papers and principal author to more than 2 papers.

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Call for Invited Sessions

    Proposals of invited sessions are especially welcomed. These proposals should contain the title of the session, a list of 5 speakers and titles of their papers, together with abstracts completed according to the above instructions. They should be sent to the Conference Secretariat by 1 June, 2006. For those wishing to organize invited sessions, workshops or special interest group sessions arround the conference dates, please submit a brief description of the activity with estimated space and time requirements to the program committee address before 1 June, 2006. Selections of papers will be published in several journals, including: Int. J. Chaos Theory & Applications, J. Int. Systems, Romanian Journal for Information Science, Fuzzy Systems & A.I. - Reports and Letter.

Call for presentations in the Demonstration and Panel Sessions

     Due to the incentive of several potential participants, the Scientific Committee has decided to add Demonstration Sessions and Panel Sessions to the program, to encourage the interactive "hands-on" ideas exchange. Presentations in the Demonstration Sessions should mandatory include hardware or software presentation and operation. Presentations in the Poster Sessions should mandatory outline experimental results presented in graphical form. Purely theoretical papers are not accepted in these sessions. Proposals for presentations in these sessions are accepted until 1 June 2006. Papers for these sessions will undergo a fast reviewing and will be limited to 4 pages length. The authors of accepted presentations will be given the opportunity to submit extended manuscripts for the journal special issues published after Conference.

Important notice

     The number of papers presented by a participant in the Poster or Demonstration Sessions is limited to two. Total number of papers presented by a participant in whatever session can not be larger than 3. However, demonstrations can be presented by accompanying Ph.D. students. Please send your manuscripts in electronic format to:

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