Information for the Special Issue
Special Issue Call for Papers:
Machine Learning (ML) is a superset of techniques which are being used for
solving generic problems such as classification, regression, recognition and
prediction. It is a branch of artificial intelligence, gives machines the ability to
learn by their own without human feedback. Recently, ML has gone one step
ahead to address the issues such as Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and
Ambiguity of any business or real world problem.
This special issue shall cover various Machine Learning techniques
applied to the problems associated with the risk factors, such as Volatility
(rapid rise and fall in the responses), Uncertainty (unpredictable situations/
conditions), Complexity (difficulties in problem understanding) and Ambiguity
(confusion in situations/ surrounding conditions)
The following are the topics to be coved but not limited to:
Machine Learning Problems: Classification, Regression, Recognition, and
Machine Learning Methods: Supervised and unsupervised learning, decision and
regression trees, probabilistic networks, inductive logic programming, ensemble
methods, clustering, Reinforcement learning.
Soft Computing: Fuzzy, Neural computing, Soft Computing, Expert Systems, GPU
Computing for Machine Learning, Advanced Soft Computing.
Application of ML Techniques for V.U.C.A. Management: Application of Linear
Regression, Application of Logistic Regression, Application of Decision Tree,
Application of Random Forest, Roll of SVM, Application of Naïve Bayes,
Application of kNN (k- Nearest Neighbors), Roll of k-Means.
The submissions may be of any form out of the following:
New Machine Learning algorithms with empirical, theoretical justification
Experimental and/or theoretical studies yielding new insight into the design
and behavior of business or industrial application;
New learning tasks in the context of industrial or business applications and of
the methods for assessing performance on those tasks;
Development of new analytical frameworks that advance theoretical studies
of practical learning methods;
Notes for Prospective Authors
Submitted papers should not have been previously published nor be currently
under consideration for publication elsewhere. (N.B. Conference papers may
only be submitted if the paper has been completely re-written and if appropriate
written permissions have been obtained from any copyright holders of the
original paper). All papers are refereed through a peer review process.
All papers must be submitted online at https://easychair.org/cfp/AML-VUCA2020