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AutSys 2018 : 11th GI Conference on Autonomous Systems


When Oct 28, 2018 - Nov 2, 2018
Where Cala Millor, Majorca, Spain
Submission Deadline Jul 1, 2018
Final Version Due Jul 1, 2018
Categories    communication   networks   data mining   text mining

Call For Papers

Autonomous operation is increasingly becoming more important for computing systems and communication networks due to the more and more complex environments they are working in. Therefore, this conference addresses methods and solutions enabling such systems to independently adapt themselves to changed environmental conditions, and to process external requests dependably, safely and timely.

Contributions and Publication
To achieve its objective, viz. intensive scientific exchange and fruitful discussions, the size of this conference is intentionally kept small. Moreover, following a rule originally set by NATO for its scientific events, the conference will take place in "relative seclusion". Hosting all participants in the same hotel and including full board in the conference fee, finally makes things easy and fosters relaxed group interaction.

The conference contributions will be published by VDI-Verlag in the series Fortschritt-Berichte.

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