EMCSR 2002 Schedule

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
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Great
Festival
Hall
Opening
Plenary
Lecture
34 F H H E E
41 P C C D C D D
46 M L L L L
47 Q Plenary
Lecture
Q Q B B Plenary
Lecture
K K
48 N O O O J J
50 A G I I I

EMCSR 2002 Symposia

A Systems Science
G. J. Klir, USA, and P. Vysoky, Czech Republic
B Mathematical Methods in Cybernetics and Systems Theory
Y. Rav, France
C Systemic Aspects of Component-Based System Development
G. Chroust, Austria, and F. Stallinger, Austria
D Foundations of Information Science (FIS)
G. Ossimitz, Austria, and B. A. Banathy, USA
E Designing and Systems
W. Gasparski, Poland
F Biocybernetics and Mathematical Biology
L. M. Ricciardi, Italy
G Systems Science in Medicine
F. Tretter, Germany, and G. Porenta, Austria
H Cultural Systems
P. Ballonoff, USA, I. Ezhkova, Belgium, M. Fischer, UK, P. Jorion, France, and D. Read, USA
I Management and Organizational Change
S. A. Umpleby, USA
J Soft Computing and Knowledge-Based Systems
C. Carlsson, Finland, and K. -P. Adla▀nig, Austria
K Artificial Neural Networks and Adaptive Systems
S. Kollias, Greece, and G. Dorffner, Austria
L AT2AI-3: From Agent Theory to Agent Implementation
J. P. Mueller, Germany, and P. Petta, Austria
M ACE 2002: Agent Construction and Emotions
C. Pinto-Ferreira, Portugal, R. Ventura, Portugal, and P. Petta, Austria
N Bayesian Techniques for Mining Data and Texts, and the Discovery of Surprising Knowledge
Y. Kodratoff, France
O Theory and Applications of Artificial Intelligence
V. Marik, Czech Republic, and E. Buchberger, Austria
P Communication and Computers
A M. Tjoa, Austria
Q History of Cybernetics and Information Technology
F. Pichler, Austria