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Foundations of Intelligent Systems: 19th International Symposium, ISMIS 2011, Warsaw, Poland

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This volume contains the papers selected for presentation at the 19th International Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems—ISMIS 2011, held in Warsaw, Poland, June 28-30, 2011. The symposium was organized by the Institute of Computer Science at Warsaw University of Technology. ISMIS is a conference series that started in 1986. Held twice every three years, ISMIS provides an international forum for exchanging scientific, research, and technological achievements in building intelligent systems.

The following major areas were selected for ISMIS 2011: theory and applications of rough sets and fuzzy sets, knowledge discovery and data mining, social networks, multi-agent systems, machine learning, mining in databases and warehouses, text mining, theoretical issues and applications of intelligent Web, applications of intelligent systems, inter alia in sound processing, biology and medicine.

Out of 131 submissions, 71 contributed papers were accepted for publication by the international Program Committee with help of additional external referees. Every paper was assigned to three reviewers. Initially, some of these papers were conditionally approved subject to revision and then re-evaluated. In addition, four plenary talks were given by Jaime Carbonell, Andrzej Czy?zewski, Donato Malerba, and Luc De Raedt. Four special sessions were organized: Special Session on Rough Sets, devoted to the Memory of Zdzislaw Pawlak, Special Session on Challenges in Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, devoted to the Memory of Jan Z? ytkow, Special Session on Social Networks, and Special Session on Multi-Agent Systems.

The ISMIS conference was accompanied by the data mining contest on Music Information Retrieval, and Industrial Session on Emerging Intelligent Technologies in Industry, as well as a post-conference workshop, devoted to SYNAT, which is a large scientific Polish project funded by the National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR), aiming at creating a universal hosting and scientific content storage and sharing platform for academia, education, and open knowledge society.

We wish to express our thanks to all the ISMIS 2011 reviewers, and to the invited speakers. Our thanks go to the organizers of special sessions, namely, Jerzy Grzymala-Busse (Special Session on Rough Sets), Shusaku Tsumoto (Special Session on Challenges in Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining), Hakim Hacid (Special Session on Social Networks), and Barbara Dunin-K eplicz (Special Session on Multi-Agent Systems).
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