06/03/2007

Invited Session in Symposium 2

Invited Session in Symposium 2

 

Non-classical Logics and Decision Making Techniques

 

Chairman

 Dr. Jair Minoro Abe

 

Co-Chairman

 Dr. Fábio Romeu de Carvalho

 

An Introduction to the Session for Prospective Authors

 

Over the past decade, Informatics in general has experienced amazing and unexpected directions. A significant number of young researchers has joined the academical community contributing with new knowledge, living knowledge, knowledge that reaches the frontiers of science.

 

It constitutes a great honor to organize the invited session Non-classical logics and Decision Making Techniques as part of THE CASYS’07 CONFERENCE. Topics for this session includes (not exclusively) decision-making theories and techniques,  in the context of Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Informatics, Technology, Production Engineering, and correlated themes, having Logic (classical and non-classical) as underlying common matter.

 

It is our hope that scholars devoted to different fields of science and philosophy will participate in this forum on a topic of a multidisciplinary kind, which needs the bringing together of various approaches to increase our insight into the nature of life and mind.

 

Jair Minoro Abe                                                                    Fábio Romeu de Carvalho

Chairman                                                                                                    Co-Chairman

 

Dr. Jair Minoro Abe

 

Graduate Program in Production Engineering, ICET - Paulista University

R. Dr. Bacelar, 1212, CEP 04026-002 São Paulo - SP – Brazil

jairabe@uol.com.br

++55 11 5586 4025

 

                                                        

Dr. Fábio Romeu de Carvalho

 

Vice-Rector, ICET - Paulista University

R. Dr. Bacelar, 1212, CEP 04026-002 São Paulo - SP – Brazil

fabioromeu@unip.br

++55 11 5586 4025

 

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