This edition of IEEE EAIS follows on from the past editions of the conference, which build upon the realizationthat the ongoing technological evolution is producing massive amounts of data coming from highly complex processes that conventional techniques for designing data-driven intelligent systems may be unable to model, because the patterns underlying data may be non-stationary and structurally changing. This kind of data requires techniques to design intelligent systems that are able to follow the evolving conditions of data in order to extract valuable information and knowledge. In short, evolving ad adaptive intelligent systems are key technologies in wide-spread data-intensive applications; in fact, many of the 43 accepted contributions are devoted to real-world applications of evolving and/or adaptive intelligent systems. Also, the complexity of the subject leads to a flourishing research on the methods for designing evolving and adaptive systems, which is also witnessed by several papers in the proceedings.

2020 IEEE Conference on Evolving and Adaptive Intelligent Systems (EAIS)

Giovanna Castellano;Ciro Castiello;Corrado Mencar
2020-01-01

Abstract

This edition of IEEE EAIS follows on from the past editions of the conference, which build upon the realizationthat the ongoing technological evolution is producing massive amounts of data coming from highly complex processes that conventional techniques for designing data-driven intelligent systems may be unable to model, because the patterns underlying data may be non-stationary and structurally changing. This kind of data requires techniques to design intelligent systems that are able to follow the evolving conditions of data in order to extract valuable information and knowledge. In short, evolving ad adaptive intelligent systems are key technologies in wide-spread data-intensive applications; in fact, many of the 43 accepted contributions are devoted to real-world applications of evolving and/or adaptive intelligent systems. Also, the complexity of the subject leads to a flourishing research on the methods for designing evolving and adaptive systems, which is also witnessed by several papers in the proceedings.
978-1-7281-4384-2
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