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The 2016 International Conference on Computer, Control, Informatics and its Applications (IC3INA 2016) is the 4th annual conference co-organized by Research Center for Informatics, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI). IC3INA is intended to gather researchers, academics, engineers, scholars and practitioners to present recent innovations and developments, and to exchange ideas and progresses in the advanced technologies of computer, control, informatics and its applications. The conference has been approved and co-sponsored by IEEE with the conference no. 38847.
This year event will be held in Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia on October 3-5, 2016. Previous conferences have been successfully held and the proceedings have been indexed by IEEEXplore ( 2013, 2014 , and 2015 )
All papers accepted and presented in IC3INA 2016 will be forwarded for consideration to be published in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
Prof. Koichi Shinoda (Department of Computer Science, School of Computing, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Deep Learning for Speech, Image, and Video
Abstract: Deep learning for large-scale artificial neural networks has become a new trend in a statistical pattern recognition and is changing its research paradigm. In this talk, we will review the recent progress of deep learning techniques in the areas of speech recognition, image recognition, and video information retrieval, and discuss their future directions.
Prof. Masatoshi Yoshikawa (Department of Social Informatics, Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University, Japan)
Mutually beneficial Confluent Routing
Abstract: We investigate a new multi-user routing problem: mutually beneficial confluent routing (MCR). In the MCR, every user has his/her own source and destination; confluences of user routes occur so that users can mutually benefit from travelling together on the confluences. The idea of gaining benefit from travelling together is valuable in various practical applications, such as ride sharing, delivery routing, and pedestrian navigation. We formulate the MCR as a new combinatorial optimization problem on road networks. The MCR is more general and complex than single vehicle routing problems, ride-sharing problems, and the Steiner tree problem. We propose exact and efficient algorithms for the MCR for the setting of two or three users. The setting is reasonable for various practical applications.
Prof. Thomas Sicheritz Pontén (Center for Biological Sequence Analysis, Department of Systems Biology, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
Supercomputing and AI in Life Science
Abstract: Life Science Research has traditionally been compute intensive and are now producing a growing flow of data - more than humans can handle on their own. The complexity of genomic data requires both specialised high performance computing and being able to learn from the data in order to discover and learn new concepts.
GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS
Prospective authors are invited to submit full-length papers, with up to six pages for technical content including figures and possible references. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following areas:
Computer Track - Computer Systems, Computer Communication and Networking, Distributed and Parallel Infrastructure, Computer Interfacing, Embedded System, Wireless Sensor Network, Network Security, Micro(processor/controller) System, Signal Processing
Control Track - Intelligence Control Systems, Neural Network, Fuzzy Control Systems, Control Theory,Real Time Control Systems.
Informatics Track - Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Mobile and Cloud Computing, Software Engineering, Database Systems, Formal Method in Software Engineering, Data Mining, Image Processing, Computer Vision, High Performance Computing, Pattern Recognition, Object Recognition, Speech and Language Processing.
Applications Track - Bioinformatics, E-Business, Tele-medicine, Intelligence Building, Information Systems, Biomedical Engineering
Paper Format -Papers submitted for IC3INA 2016 should be up to 6 pages of text including including figures and possible references. Any paper with more than 6 pages will not be considered for acceptance. The authors are responsible to ensure that the submitted papers are in the correct styles, fonts, etc. The submitted papers must be in the PDF format.
Template - The Style Manual and Conference Paper templates in various formats are available here.
Paper Submission Procedure - Submit your papers in pdf format through EDAS system (http://edas.info/N22183).
Non-presented Paper Policy IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference, including IEEE Xplore Digital Library, if the paper is not presented by the author at the conference.
Please contact the IC3INA 2016 Technical Program Chairs at ic3ina[at]mail.lipi.go.id
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IC3INA 2016 is sponsored by Indonesian Institute of Sciences - LIPI.