Defining "Computational Intelligence" is not straightforward. Several expressions compete to name the same interdisciplinary area. It is difficult, if not impossible, to accommodate in a formal definition disparate areas with their own established individualities such as fuzzy sets, neural networks, evolutionary computation, machine learning, Bayesian reasoning, etc. "Computational Intelligence" is rather the intuition behind the synergism between these and many more, at the verge of Computer Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering. Bringing together diverse expertise and experience can enrich each of the participating disciplined and foster new research perspectives in the broad field of Computational Intelligence.
The scientific program of CIMA'2001 (ICSC Congress on Computational Intelligence Methods and Applications will include invited plenary talks, contributed sessions, invited sessions, workshops and tutorials. Discounts will be available for students.