Soft Computing, Evolutionary Computation, Computational Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, Fuzzy Logic, Neural Networks, Bayesian Methods, Fractals, Simulation, Robotics, Intelligent Systems, Image Processing...
In 1865, Gregor Johann Mendel, an Augustinian priest in a Brno monastery, described to the Brno Natural Science Society the transfer of determinants in pea plants. Sadly, the fundamental importance of Mendel's findings was not understood by the Society. His work was so brilliant and unprecedented at the time it appeared that it took thirty-four years for the rest of the scientific community to catch up to it. The short monograph, Experiments with Plant Hybrids, in which Gregor J. Mendel described how traits were inherited, has become one of the most enduring and influential publications in the history of science. Until 1900, no one recognized that Gregor J. Mendel had discovered the Law of Heredity.
Brno, the workplace of the "Father of Genetics" and the conference organizers, is very pleased to offer a conference platform on modern engineering using the principles of heredity. The International Conference on Soft Computing MENDEL organizers wish to create a base for a theoretical and practical exchange of knowledge of artificial evolution theories. Theoretical papers that relate to the conference topic are welcome, as are any practical results and knowledge from the field of computational intelligence.
This year the Soft Computing Conference MENDEL 2013 is organised under the auspices of Brno
University of Technology together with support of B&R, Ltd., AutoCont Ltd., Humusoft, Ltd., and Genops, Ltd.
Brno is the second largest city of the Czech
Republic, which is a very attractive place for the 19th International Conference on Soft Computing MENDEL 2013 and offers all tourism facilities and serious scientific experiences.
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