Call For Papers - Soft Computing for Bioinformatics and Medical Informatics (Springer)

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    SOFT COMPUTING Journal - SPRINGER
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    Special Issue on
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    Soft Computing for Bioinformatics and Medical Informatics
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    CALL FOR PAPERS
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    The past few years have witnessed phenomenal growth of=20 bioinformatics and medical informatics,
    exciting fields devoted to=20 the interpretation and analysis of biological and medical data
    using=20 computational techniques. Among the large number of computational=20 techniques used, soft
    computing, which incorporates=20
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    * neural networks,=20
    * evolutionary computation,=20
    * fuzzy systems, and=20
    * chaos,=20
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    stands out because of its demonstrated strength in handling=20 imprecise information and providing
    novel solutions to hard=20 problems.=20
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    This special issue aims at not only showcasing innovative=20 applications of soft computing
    techniques to bioinformatics and=20 medical informatics, but also clarifying outstanding issues
    for=20 future progress.=20
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    Biological and medical areas of interest include but are not limited=20 to the following:=20
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    * genomics,=20
    * proteomics,=20
    * molecular sequence analysis,=20
    * molecular interactions and structure,=20
    * gene expression,=20
    * metabolic pathways,=20
    * regulatory networks,=20
    * developmental control and systems biology,
    * brain and bio-medical imaging,
    * bio-medical signal processing and pattern recognition,
    * bio-medical data mining. =20
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    Papers should be submitted in PDF format via email to any of the=20 following guest editors by 30
    March 2004:
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    * David Corne ([email protected])
    * Gary Fogel ([email protected])
    * Jagath C. Rajapakse ([email protected])
    * Lipo Wang ([email protected])
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    Please include title/abstract and author contact information in text=20 format in the email. More
    information about the Soft Computing=20 journal, such as Instructions for Authors, may be found at
    =20 http://link.springer.de/link/service/journals/00500/index.htm
     
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