ICIC Express Letters
An International Journal of Research and Surveys
Aims and Scope of ICIC Express Letters
The ICIC Express Letters is a peer reviewed English language journal of research and surveys on Innovative Computing, Information and Control (abbreviated as ICIC), and is published by ICIC International monthly. The primary aim of the ICIC Express Letters is to publish quality short papers (no more than 8 pages) of new developments and trends, novel techniques and approaches, innovative methodologies and technologies on the theory and applications of intelligent systems, information and control.
The scope of the ICIC Express Letters is in the broad areas of intelligent systems, information and control, includes but not limited to:
Artificial intelligence and expert systems, approximate reasoning, fuzzy systems and rough sets, fuzzy optimization and decision making, evolutionary computation, intelligent information systems, image and speech signal processing, human-machine learning, neural networks, knowledge discovery, data mining, clustering and data analysis, decision support systems, intelligent fault detection and identification, knowledge-based systems, hybrid intelligent systems, soft computing, management science
Intelligent Systems and Innovative Computing
Information theory and applications, optimal, adaptive, predictive, robust, fuzzy and reliable control and filtering on linear and nonlinear systems, stochastic systems, hybrid systems, supervisory systems, guidance and navigation systems, real-time systems, discrete event systems, signal and image processing, system identification, optimization techniques, robustness analysis, learning systems, fault detection, robotics and motion control, manufacturing systems, power systems, networked control systems, environmental and bio-engineering, complex and large scale systems, bioinformatics, control education, transportation systems
Information and Control
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