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ICCCC 2008 & EWNLC 2008 Celebrates Bardeen’s Centenary and Welcomes Professor Zadeh

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Autori: Dzitac I.

Editorial: CCC Publications- Agora Univ. Ed. House, 3(S), p.16-25, 2008.


This edition of International Conference on Computers, Communications and
Control, ICCCC 2008 [1], together with the satellite-event ExploratoryWorkshop on Natural
Language Computation, EWNLC 2008 [2]: „From Natural Language to Soft Computing: New Paradigms in Artificial Intelligence”, celebrates the Centenary of John Bardeen (1908-
1991) [3-24], the co-inventor of the transistor, a very important element in the development
of the computers and the communications.
ICCCC 2008 and EWNLC 2008 are honored to have a special guest as keynote speaker in
the person of a famous scientist, Dr. Lotfi A. Zadeh [25-32], professor at Berkeley University
of California. His Fuzzy Set Theory (1965), Fuzzy Logic Theory (1973) and the next contributions
on Soft Computing (1990), Human-Machine Perception (2000) and Natural Language
Computation are of a capital importance in the actual mathematics, computer science
and technological applications (from the home intelligent e-devices to guiding-computers for
Other thirteen international scientists are present at this event as plenary ICCCC 2008 keynote
speakers and as invited EWNLC 2008 speakers: Vasile Baltac (National School of Political
Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania), Boldur Barbat (Lucian Blaga University,
Sibiu, Romania), Pierre Borne (Ecole Centrale de Lille, France), Ioan Buciu (University
of Oradea, Romania), Florin Gheorghe Filip (Romanian Academy, Bucharest Romania),
Janos Fodor (Budapest Tech, Hungary), Gaston Lefranc (Pontifical Catholic University of
Valparaiso, Chile), Stephan Olariu (Old Dominion University, United States of America),
Gheorghe Paun (Institute of Mathematics of Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania and
University of Seville, Spain), Dragan Radojevic (Mihailo Pupin Institute, Beograd, Serbia),
Athanasios D. Styliadis (ATEI, Thessaloniki, Greece), Horia-Nicolai Teodorescu (Gheorghe
Asachi Technical University of Ia¸si, Romania), Dan Tufi¸s (Research Institute for Artificial
Intelligence of the Romanian Academy, Romania).
Other seven scientists will present invited lectures on the parallel sessions of these events:
Marius Balas (Aurel Vlaicu University, Arad, Romania), Valentina Balas (Aurel Vlaicu University,
Arad, Romania), Marius Guran (Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania), ¸ Stefan
Iancu (Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania, Ioana Moisil (Lucian Blaga University,
Sibiu, Romania), Grigor Moldovan (Babe¸s-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania), Gheorghe
¸ Stefanescu (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America).
During this event more than 100 papers will be presented by scientist from 21 countries:
Algeria, Australia, Bulgaria, Chile, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Japan, India,
Ireland, Iran, Macedonia, Netherlands, Spain, Serbia, Romania, Tunisia, Turkey and United
States. The papers presented at these two scientific events will be published in:
L. A. Zadeh, D. Tufis, F.G. Filip, I. Dzitac (eds), From Natural Language to Soft
Computing: New Paradigms in Artificial Intelligence, Editing House of Romanian
Academy, 2008;
I. Dzitac, F.G. Filip, M.-J. Manolescu (eds), Proceedings of ICCCC 2008, in IJCCC,
Vol.III(2008), suppl. issue, 2008.

Cuvinte cheie: John Bardeen (1908-1991), Lotfi A. Zadeh (b. 1921)