IDC 2010

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4th International Symposium on Intelligent Distributed Computing
Tangier, Morocco, 16/09/2010–18/09/2010

Intelligent computing covers a hybrid palette of methods and techniques derived from classical artificial intelligence, computational intelligence, and intelligent agents. Distributed systems contain loosely-coupled components running on different networked computers that communicate and coordinate their actions by message transfer. The emergent field of intelligent distributed computing is expected to pose special challenges of adaptation and fruitful combination of results of both areas with a great impact on the development of new generation intelligent distributed information systems. The aim of this symposium is to bring together researchers involved in intelligent distributed computing to allow cross-fertilization and synergy of ideas and to enable advancement of researches in the field.

topics of interest

Intelligent service composition and orchestration  •  E-service and Web intelligence  •  Multi-agent systems  •  Information extraction and retrieval in distributed environments  •  Data mining and knowledge discovery in distributed environments  •  Semantic and knowledge grids  •  Intelligent integration of data and processes  •  Distributed problem solving and decision making  •  Ontologies and meta-data for describing heterogeneous resources and services  •  Autonomic, adaptive and self-organising distributed computing and systems  •  Intelligence in mobile, ubiquitous and pervasive computing  •  Intelligence in cooperative information systems, groupware and workflows, virtual enterprises, social networks  •  Intelligent distributed applications: e-business/e-commerce, e-learning, e-health, e-science, e-government, crisis/disaster/emergency management, social networks  •  Peer-to-Peer systems  •  Emerging behaviours in complex distributed systems  •  Distributed nature-inspired and bio-inspired computing  •  Modelling and simulation of intelligent distributed systems  •  Knowledge integration and fusion from distributed sources  •  Trust, reputation, security and privacy

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