10 2000

ISACA'2000International Symposium on Applications of Computer Algebra

Fort Panhala (Kolhapur), India.
October 3 - 5, 2000

International Symposium on Applications of Computer Algebra (ISACA’2000) is devoted to communicate significant developments in all the areas pertinent to “Computer Algebra”. Computer algebra is a more recent branch of Computer Science, where mathematical tools and computer software are developed for exact solution of equations.  An application of computer algebra poses inspiring scientific challenges, which deserve much focused attention. However, there has not yet been a dedicated forum in India, and this symposium addresses the need. It is also expected that further progress can be made through the interaction between computer algebraist  in India and abroad. This symposium is intended to provide a framework for establishing fruitful dialogue.

Sponsors:
Commission on Development and Exchanges, IMU, U.S.A.
Smt. Saraswatibai GSB Trust, Kolhapur, India.
Technomathematics Research Foundation, Kolhapur.


Proceedings:
Applications of Computer Algebra, Proceedings of ISACA’2000, (Editor: Rajendra Akerkar)
Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 2001. [ ISBN 81-7764-181-6 ].


12 2001

ISAI'2001International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence

Fort Panhala (Kolhapur), India.
December 18 - 20, 2001

International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence (ISAI’2001) is devoted to communicate significant developments in all the areas pertinent to “Artificial Intelligence”.  Man-made intelligence has been a dream and nightmare of mankind for centuries. In the 1950s, electronic brains led to the birth of the science of artificial intelligence (AI). Will AI fulfill its promise to convert mankind’s fantasies into reality? The symposium will explore the current nature of AI by discussing its goals, tools, and accomplishments, and some of the debates it has engendered. This symposium would give us a revealing picture of the current state of this promising discipline. An artificial intelligence poses inspiring scientific challenges, which deserve much focused attention. However, there has not yet been a dedicated forum in this part of the world, and this symposium addresses the need. It is also expected that further progress can be made through the interaction between computer scientists in India and abroad. This symposium is intended to provide a framework for establishing fruitful dialogue.

Sponsors:
Technomathematics Research Foundation, Kolhapur.
Commission on Development and Exchanges, IMU, U.S.A.
Mahalaxmi Bank, Kolhapur, India.


Proceedings:
Future Trends in Artificial Intelligence, Proceedings of ISAI’2001, (Editor: Rajendra Akerkar)
Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 2002. [ ISBN 81-7764-298-7 ] 


12 2003

ICAAI'2003International Conference on Applied Artificial Intelligence

Fort Panhala (Kolhapur), India.
December 15-16, 2003

International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence (ISAI’2001) is devoted to communicate significant developments in all the areas pertinent to “Artificial Intelligence”.  Manmade intelligence has been a dream and nightmare of mankind for centuries. In the 1950s, electronic brains led to the birth of the science of artificial intelligence (AI). Will AI fulfill its promise to convert mankind’s fantasies into reality? The symposium will explore the current nature of AI by discussing its goals, tools, and accomplishments, and some of the debates it has engendered. This symposium would give us a revealing picture of the current state of this promising discipline. An artificial intelligence poses inspiring scientific challenges, which deserve much focused attention. However, there has not yet been a dedicated forum in this part of the world, and this symposium addresses the need. It is also expected that further progress can be made through the interaction between computer scientists in India and abroad. This symposium is intended to provide a framework for establishing fruitful dialogue.

Sponsors:
UNESCO.
Technomathematics Research Foundation, Kolhapur.
Bank of Maharashtra, India.


Proceedings:
Artificial Intelligence & Its Applications, Proceedings of ICAAI'2003, (Editor: Rajendra Akerkar)
Technomathematics Research Foundation, Kolhapur, 2003. [ ISBN 81-901918-0-2]

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