|Full Title:||Special Track Computational Intelligence|
|Short Title:||ACM-MEDES Conference|
|Location:||Buraidah, Saudi Arabia|
|Start Date:||15-Sep-2014 - 17-Sep-2014|
|Meeting Email:||click here to access email|
What we call here 'computational intelligence' is the study of data mining, information extraction, knowledge processing, language processing, discourse processing, and any area that relates to an intelligent processing of language, information and knowledge. Until recently this area has been performed by experts in computer science or experts in artificial intelligence. In fact, there were many computer applications in computational intelligence without any theoretical support.
Today, people working in such areas often work as members of pluridisciplinary and interdisciplinary teams, including, of course, computer scientists and expert of artificial intelligence but also mathematicians, statisticians, linguists, language experts, philosophers, logicians, cognitive scientists, neuroscientists, psycholinguists, anthropologists, etc. Therefore, computational intelligence must become more connected to areas as cognitive science, mathematics, statistic, linguistics, philosophy, logics, neuroscience, etc. through the development of methods, strategies and algorithms for all aspects of language processing, discourse processing, knowledge processing, information processing, etc. These methods and strategies can be seen according to their theoretical or practical significance.
|Linguistic Subfield:||Cognitive Science; Computational Linguistics; Philosophy of Language; Text/Corpus Linguistics|
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