AboutBioengineering; Communication, Networking and Broadcast Technologies; Computing and Processing; General Topics for Engineers; Power, Energy and Industry Applications
Keywords:Computational Intelligence,International conference on machine learning,ICCCMLA 2022,
Scope:Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing Web Intelligence and Computing Swarm Intelligence Mobile Computing Sensor Networks and Social Sensing Wireless Mesh Networks Wireless Networks Management Wireless Protocols and Architectures Multi-Agent Systems Human-Computer Interaction Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery Knowledge Management and Networks Data Intensive Computing Architecture Resource Management and Scheduling Intelligent E-Learning Systems Smart Environments and Applications Genetic Algorithms Evolutionary Computation Soft Computing Machine Learning Neural Networks Pattern Recognition Intelligent Control Optimization Nonlinear System and Control System Theory and Control Theory Video and Image Processing Internet Security Big Data Cellular Networks Social Networks & E-Commerce Computer and Network Forensics Data and Network Outsourcing Services Cloud and Edge Computing Routing and Network Management Cyber Deterrence Strategies Mobile and Wearable Devices
Sponsor Type:3; 5
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