Computational Intelligence and Security

Computational Intelligence and Security

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Following the great success of the 2005 International Conference on Com- tational Intelligence and Security (CIS 2005) held in Xia€™an, China, CIS 2006 provided a leading international forum for researchers, engineers, and prac- tioners from both academia and industry to share experience and exchange and cross-fertilize ideas on all areas of computational intelligence and information security. The conference serves as a forum for the dissemination of the sta- of-the-art research, development, and implementations of systems, technologies and applications in these two broad, interrelated ?elds. CIS 2006, held in Guangzhou, China, November 3-6, 2006, was co-organized by the IEEE (Hong Kong) Computational Intelligence Chapter and Guangdong University of Technology, and co-sponsored by Xidian University, IEEE Hong Kong Section, Hong Kong Baptist University, and Jinan University. The c- ference received 2, 078 submissions from 32 countries and regions all over the world. All of them wereblindly and strictly peer-reviewedby the ProgramC- mittee and experts in the ?elds. Finally, 399 high-quality papers were accepted and presented at the conference. Among them 116 high-quality papers were f- ther selected to be included in the post-conference proceedings after thorough revision and extension. CIS 2006 featured three distinguished keynote speakers, namely, Xin Yao (University of Birmingham, UK), Chang Wen Chen (Florida Institute ofTechnology, USA), andKalyanmoyDeb(IndianInstitute ofTechn- ogy Kanpur, India), and was greatly enriched by a wide range of topics covering all areas of computational intelligence and information security. Furthermore, a workshop was held for discussions of the proposed ideas.The remaining node refers to the central site, and edges in E correspond to the feasible telecommunication wiring. Each subtree rooted in ... Among them are those by Chandy and Lo (Chandy, 1973), Kershenbaum (Kershenbaum, 1974), and Elias and Ferguson (Elias and Ferguson, 1974). The only full ... ( Kershenbaum at al., 1983), but their use is limited to problems involving up to 20 nodes. Gavishanbsp;...

Title:Computational Intelligence and Security
Author:Yunping Wang, Yiu-ming Cheung, Hailin Liu
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-08-21


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