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The 8th World Multi-Conference on
SYSTEMICS, CYBERNETICS AND INFORMATICS, July 18-21, 2004, Orlando, Florida (USA)
Honorary Presidents of Past Conferences:
Bela Banathy, Stafford Beer, George Klir, Karl Pribram and Paul Jensen. Program Committee Chair: William Lesso
General Chair: Nagib Callaos
Organizing Committee Chair: Belkis Sanchez
• Information Systems, Technologies and Applications • Communication and Network Systems, Technologies and Applications • Control Systems, Technologies and Applications • Optical Systems, Technologies and Applications • Image, Acoustic, Speech and Signal Processing • Applications of Informatics and Cybernetics in Science and Engineering ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC CO-SPONSORS
• WOSC: World Organization on Systemics and Cybernetics (France) • Society Applied Systems Research (Canada) • Slovenian Artificial Intelligence Society • ISSS: International Society for the Systems Sciences (USA) • ISI: The International Systems Institute (USA) • IFSR: International Federation of Systems Research (Austria/USA) • Cybernetics and Human Knowing: A Journal of Second Order Cybernetics and • Concurrency and Architecture Group, the Telematics Engineering Department of • the University of Las Palmas of Gran Canaria (Spain). • CUST, Engineer Science Institute of the Blaise Pascal University (France) • The Tunisian Scientific Society (Tunisia). • American Society for Cybernetics (Canada) • Laboratory of Research in Computational Intelligence department of Informatics Universidad Nacional de San Luis (Argentina) • ANS (Academy of non-linear Sciences, RUSSIA) TECHNICAL CO-SPONSOR
• IEEE, Computer Society (Chapter: Venezuela) • Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences ORGANIZED BY:
The International Institute of Informatics and Systemics. ACTIVE PARTICIPATION
• The organization of Invited Session(s) • Recommending scholars/researchers in order to have an active participation • Proposing Organizations/Institutes/Universities as Academic/Scientific Co- Please, enter to the conference web site:, and fill the
respective form. If by any reason you are not able to access the page mentioned above,
please, try the following page:
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Participation of both, researchers and practitioners is strongly encouraged. Papers may be
submitted on: research in science and engineering, case studies drawn on professional
practice and consulting, and position papers based on large and rich experience gained
through executive/managerial practices and decision-making. Hence, the Program
Committee is conformed according to the criteria given above.
1. Papers
2. Panel Presentation, Workshop and/or Round Table Proposals
3. New Topics and Invited Sessions Proposals (which should include a minimum
4. Focus Symposia (which should include a minimum of 15 papers)

Extended abstracts or paper drafts should be sent taking into account the following
1. Major theme of the paper should be related to at least one of the major themes 2. Paper title. 3. Extended abstract of 500 to 1500 words and/or paper drafts of 2000 to 5000 4. Author(s) and/or co-author(s) with names, addresses, telephone and fax numbers, Extended abstracts or paper drafts should be sent via the conference web site (, filling the respective form and uploading the respective paper or extended abstract. If the conference web site is not accessible for you, you can also make your submission by e-mail, attaching it to the following e-mail addresses:, and DEADLINES

December 10th, 2003
: Submission of extended abstracts (500-1500 words) or paper

December 10th, 2003: Invited Sessions proposals. Acceptation of invited session
proposals will be done in about one week of its registration via the respective conference web form, and the final approval will be done after the registration of at least five papers in the respective session.
January 30th, 2004:
Acceptance notifications.
March 31st, 2004: Submission of camera-ready papers: hard copies and electronic

Submitted papers will be sent to reviewers. The best 10% of the papers, according to the
reviewers, will be published in SCI Journal. Invited, non-peer reviewed papers, might
also be accepted considering the CV of the author(s). Some of these invited papers, if
chosen by the session chair as the best paper of the session, might also be published be by
SCI Journal, because the 30% of sessions best papers will also be published in the
journal. All accepted papers, which should not exceed six single-spaced typed pages,
will be published by means of paper and electronic proceedings
Organizers of best invited sessions or focus symposia will co-edit the respective
proceedings volume, the CD version of the proceedings and might be invited to be
invited editors or co/editors of the SCI Journal issue where their session or symposia
papers will be published. Multiple author books, or SCI journal issues, might be
published by IIIS, based on the best-invited sessions, the best focus symposia or the best
mini-conferences, and the topic of the papers.

Based on past conferences experience, we suggest the following steps in order to
organize an invited session:
1) Identify a special topic in the scope of SCI 2004, and the invited session title. 2) Fill the invited session organization form, provided in the conference web page:, and fill the respective form. If by any reasons you are not able to access the page mentioned above, please, try the following page: If you don’t have access to the web, contact us via e-mail. 3) If the identified topic is suitable, the General Chair will accept the proposal, and you will receive an acceptation by e-mail, in few days. This acceptation is not a final approval of the proposed session, but a pre-approval. The final approval will depend on identifying at least five papers for the proposed session and informing, at least, about their titles. With this acceptation: a) the proposed session will be included in the conference web page as well as its organizer and the chairs’ names, and b) its organizer will be able to announce his/her invited session in the context of SCI 2004, by any media that he/she thinks appropriated, such as: Web page, hard copy call for papers, call for papers attached to e-mails, etc. 4) Contact researchers and/or practitioners in your field to see if they can contribute a paper to your proposed session and attend at SCI 2004. 5) Collect the extended abstracts or the paper drafts from each prospective 6) As soon as you have 5 papers, you will complete the form regarding the invited session papers, provided in the conference web page: 7) Step 6 will take your invited session to the status of an approved one if the papers fulfill all the requirements (i.e. quality). All the approved invited sessions will be included in the SCI 2004 conference program. 8) In order to obtain a more diverse and variety opinions, do not accept more than 2 papers from the same author, unless his/her co-author will be the one who will present the additional paper.
Invited sessions and symposia organizers with the best performance will be co-
editors of the proceedings volume where their session or symposia paper were
Best invited sessions and symposia organizers are candidates for invited editors or
co-editors of the SCI Journal special issue related to their field of research interest.

Integrated by (321) prestigious scholars/researchers from 54 countries: Tseng, Shian-Shyong (Taiwan) Uchôa, Elvira (Brazil) Ueda, Mitsuyoshi (Japan) Ueda, Toshihisa (Japan) Vafaie, Haleh (USA) Van der Schaar, Mihaela (Netherlands) Vanhala, Jukka (Finland) Vasiu, Luminita (UK) Vergez, Christophe (France) Verna, Didier (France) Wang, Bin (USA) Watanabe, Tomio (Japan) Weippl, Edgar (Austria) Welzl, Michael (Austria) Whymark, Greg (Australia) Wolfram, Klein (Germany) Wong, KinYeung (Hong Kong) Wu, Xuezhong (China) Xenos, Michalis (Greece) Xia, Deshen (China) Xia, F. (Macau) Xiao, Yang (USA) Xiong, Yingen (China) Yahaya, Nazli (Malaysia) Yamaguchi, Yoko (Japan) CONFERENCE FEES

The conference fees will be US$ 380 before your Camera Ready deadline and US$ 430
after your Camera Ready deadline.
This fee will include exclusively:
• One volume of the hard copy version of the conference proceedings. (Other volumes will be available with a 40% of discount for participants) Each registration fee might include just one paper, which presentation will be included in the conference program and published in the conference proceedings. Any other expenses must be afforded/provided by the participants. The registration fee does not include any post-conference services. There will be additional shipping and handling costs for those registered authors who, for unforeseen reasons, could not go to the conference. Any post-conference administrative requirements will be charged $20 per staff hour required to elaborate such a requirement, with a minimum of $10. Post-conference requirements will have their own deadline, which in no case will be more than three months, after the last day of the conference. AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT

The only audiovisual equipment provided for most meetings will be an overhead
projector and a screen. Video projection or any other equipment, if needed, will have to
be supplied by the presenter.



Information Systems Development
• Development Methods and Methodologies. • Evolutionary Information Systems: Analysis/Synthesis and Prototyping • Special Methodologies for Specific Kinds of Applications (DSS, EIS, etc.) • User Interfaces, Human Factors and Interactive Systems • Requirements Engineering and Specifications Gathering
Information Systems Management

• Software Development Projects Management • Methodologies for Project Design of Information Systems Development • Information Systems Development Productivity: Effectiveness and/or • Total (or Systemic) Quality of Information Systems Development • Information Systems for Strategic Planning • Educational and Training in Information Systems, Analysis and Synthesis, and for Management Information Systems
• Executive Support Systems and Executive Information Systems • Data Mining and Knowledge Representation • Software Tools for Managing People and Projects • Computer Aided Thinking for Business • Supporting Strategic and Financial Planning • Business Process Modeling: Re-engineering, Dynamic Modeling, Workflow, etc. • Individual and/or Group Decision Support Systems • Business Globalization and Information Systems • Information Technologies Applied to New Organizational Methods (Flexible Organization, Virtual Corporation, Lean Production, JIT, EDI, Organizational De-verticalization, etc.)
Human Information Systems
• Neuro-linguistics and its Application to Requirements Engineering, Join Requirement Planning (JRP), Joint Application Design (JAD) • End-User Training and End-User Computing • Human Resources Management Support Systems
Group Decision Support Systems Applied: Participative and/or Anticipative

• Action Research in Information Systems • Socio-Economics Systems: Supporting Participation • Knowledge Acquisition and Organization • Globalization, Development and Emerging Economies • Social Impact of Informatics and Cybernetics
Education and Information Systems

• Educational Support Systems, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Assisted • Organizational Learning Support Systems: Organizational Dynamics Simulation, • Management Support Systems for Educational Organizations • Information Systems for Higher Education • Higher Education Evaluation: Support Systems, Models, Case Studies, etc. • Educational and Training Design: Support Systems, Models, Case Studies, etc.
Communication Systems and Networks

• Network Architectures, Topologies and Protocols • Communication, Networking and Interconnection Technologies • Voice and video Communication Systems • Broadband Networks: Frame Relay, SMDS, ATM, B-ISDN, AINS, etc. Network Management
• Network Management Theory, Methodologies, Technologies and Systems • Test and Evaluation of Network Management Systems • Network Security and Security Technologies Network Control
Network Applications
• Architecture of the Next Generation Network • Next Generation Network Service Creation Tele-Communication Systems, Technologies and Applications
• Mobile Computing and Information High Ways • Business Opportunities and Strategies • Wireless / Mobile Software Engineering and Applications • Telepresence Technologies and Applications

• Computer Vision and Intelligent Robots Technologies and Applications
Network Control

Systems Security and Security Technologies

Computing Techniques

• Artificial Intelligence/Expert Systems • Data Mining and Knowledge Representation • Hypermedia Systems, Technologies and Applications • Architectures, Tools and Distributed Systems • Database Systems, Technologies and Applications • Document and Natural Language Processing • Programming Languages and Techniques • Mathematical Methods and Optimization in Problem Solving Systems • Simulation and Applications of Modeling • Systems Security and Security Technologies • Hybrid (Hardware and Software), Systems, Technologies and Application
Emergent Computing

• Collective Algorithms and New Heuristic for Problem Solving Wireless/Mobile computing
• Mobile Computing and Information High Ways • Business Opportunities and Strategies • Wireless / Mobile Software Engineering and Applications Virtual Engineering
• Virtual Organization Design and Development • Organizational Learning Support Systems OPTICAL SYSTEMS, TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS
Applications of Optical Technologies in Informatics and Cybernetics and
Applications of Informatics and Cybernetics in Optical Systems and in Optical

• Communication Networks and Fiber Optics Technologies and Applications • Communication, Networking and Interconnection Technologies • Lasers and Laser-Information Technologies and Applications • Image Recognition, Processing and Analysis • Wavelet Applications, Imaging and Sensing Technologies • Sensor Technologies and Signal Processing and Applications • Visual Information Processing and Pattern/Target Recognition • Computer Vision and Intelligent Robots Technologies and Applications • Bio-Medical Sensing, Imaging,, Monitoring, and Signal Processing • Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing • Applications to Industrial and Manufacturing Systems, Technologies Testing and • Tele-Communications and Telepresence Technologies and Applications • Optical Engineering and Applications IMAGE, ACOUSTIC, SPEECH AND SIGNAL PROCESSING
• Image and Multidimensional Signal processing • Statistical Signal and Array Processing • Very large Integration For Signal Processing • Underwater Acoustic Signal Processing APPLICATIONS OF INFORMATICS AND CYBERNETICS IN SCIENCE AND

• Applications in Biology and Medicine • Applications in Psychology and Cognition • Applications in Mechanical Engineering • Applications in Electrical Engineering • Applications in Industrial Engineering • Applications in Optics and Optical Technologies • Applications in Aerospace Engineering and Digital Avionics
Systems Philosophy and the System Approach

System Sciences

• Applications of the Systems Approach in the Social Sciences
Systems Engineering

• General Systems Design Methodologies • Methodologies for Specific Systems Analysis and Synthesis • Hybrid (Computers and Communications/Control) • Systems, Technologies and Applications CONFERENCE CONTACTS
More details can be found at the Conference web page: If
by any reasons you are not able to access the page mentioned above, please, try the
following page: Answers to specific questions can also be
requested by e-mail.


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