Robotic and Intelligent Systems
Ching-Chih Tsai (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan)
In this special session, we intend to collect papers that reflect current progress in the Robotic and Intelligent Systems. We hope those papers can set a milestone for the Robotic and Intelligent Systems and also provide ideas for further exploration in this promising research area. At present, there are five papers in this topic in our collected papers.
Intelligent Systems and Fuzzy Modeling
Jin-Tsong Jeng (National Formosa University, Taiwan)
In this special session, we intend to collect papers that reflect current progress in the Intelligent Systems and Fuzzy Modeling. We hope those papers can set a milestone for the Intelligent Systems and Fuzzy Modeling and also provide ideas for further exploration in this promising research area. At present, there are five papers in this topic in our collected papers.
Martine Ceberio (University of Texas at El Paso, USA)
Interval uncertainty is closely related to fuzzy techniques: indeed, if we want to know how the fuzzy uncertainty of the inputs propagates through the data processing algorithm, then the usual Zadeh’s extension principle is equivalent to processing alpha-cuts (intervals) for each level alpha.
Forward Looking Decision-making under Uncertainty
Mikael Collan (LUT University, Finland)
The session concentrates on supporting forward looking decision-making in the presence of uncertainty. The session is not “method specific”. The decision-making support context is not and may include for example economic, health- and engineering related decision-making.
High Performance Knowledge System and Its Application to Intelligent Systems for the Elderly
Jin-Woo Jung (Dongguk University, Korea)
This organized session aims at discussing the basic principles and methods of designing care systems for the elderly based on high performance knowledge engineering.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to theory and application of:
Papers are invited from prospective authors with interest on the related areas.
Maritime Intelligent Systems
Joo Sung Kim (Mokpo National Maritime University)
Dong-Woo Kang (KRISO, Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering)
In this session, we present the state of art for the MIS(Maritme Intelligent Systems). Recently the maritme autonomous technologies have been applied for intelligent ship operation and magnagement. The deep learning and intelligent algorithms have also incorporated to realize the autonomous operation. We expect that the MIS session provides valuable and interesting discussions and presentations for the future promising research.