AIAICT 2015 : Artificial-Intelligence Applications in Information and Communication Technologies
Call For Papers
Call for Book Chapters:
Artificial-Intelligence Applications in Information and Communication Technologies (AIAICT 2015)
Dr. Yacine Laalaoui, IT department, Taif University, KSA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Nizar Bouguila, Concordia University, Canada, email@example.com
The book will be published by Springer-Verlag in "Studies in Computational Intelligence Series" (http://www.springer.com/series/7092), ISSN: 1860-949X.
Scope of the book:
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is one of the important and climbing sectors in industry. It is part of computing area and includes the human factor. Humans act as ICT managers, system administrators, network administrators and security experts. ICT challenges include user satisfaction, good performance insurance, security issues handling, etc. Great challenges are yet to come with the increase of Internet and mobile access devices. Often ICT practitioners do not have the sufficient Artificial Intelligence (AI) background to deal with faced real-life problems. The main aim of this book is to help ICT practitioners in managing efficiently their platforms using AI tools and methods, and to bring up what can AI provides to the ICT sector. The present book targets mainly the following topics (but not limited):
AI theory, tools and methods such as:
• NP-Completeness theory.
• Search and optimization techniques.
• Machine learning.
• Multi-agent systems.
• Expert systems.
• Constraint programming.
• Reasoning under uncertainty.
AI tools and methods applied to solve ICT problems such as:
• Rules checking and self-adjusting of firewalls and Intrusion Detection systems.
• E-mails tracking, emails classification and spams detection.
• Network monitoring.
• Web servers self-setting and performance boosting.
• Web filtering.
• Virus and Malware detection.
• Cryptography and secure communications.
• Authentication systems.
• Clients' applications hosting and load balancing.
• Resources optimization.
• Could Computing.
• Cluster Computing.
• Storage systems.
• Energy minimization in ICT platforms.
• Big data management.
Abstract submission deadline: November 1st 2014 (Extended)
Abstract acceptance notification: November 15th 2014
Book chapter submission deadline: December 15th 2014
Book chapter first round review: January 15th 2015
Book chapter submission of revised versions: February 15th 2015
Book chapter final round review: March 15th 2015
Camera ready copy submission deadline: April 1st 2015
Tentative publication date: end 2015.
Please, use lncs Springer latex template to prepare your chapter. http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0
All submissions and inquiries can be sent by e mail to the editors.