VIII International Conference "Intelligent Systems and Computer Sciences", 2000
ADDRESSES
THE MAIN TOPICS OF THE CONFERENCE:
 visual, acoustic and abstract pattern recognition;
 real and abstract languages;
 data base and knowledge base;
 the principles of decisionmaking;
 expert systems and problemsolving;
 modeling in technology, in natural sciences and the humanities;
 discrete optimization;
 stochastic problems in computer sciences;
 automata and robots with elements of artificial intelligence;
 computers and neurocomputers;
 the mathematical problems of telecommunications.
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
of the
8th International Conference 
Valerij B.Kudryavtsev
Chairman of the Organizing
Committee
(Russia, MSU) 
V.V. Alexandrov
(Russia, MSU)

A.A.Irmatov
(Russia, MSU) 
A.M.Mikhalev
(Russia, MSU) 
A.S.Sigov
(Russia, MIREA) 
A.S.Strogalov
(Russia, MSU) 
A.P.Ryzhov
(Russia, MSU) 
PROGRAM COMMITTEE of the
8th International Conference 
V.B.Kudryavtsev
Chairman of the Program
Committee (Russia) 
A.E.Andreev
(Russia) 
J.Demetrovich
(Hungary)

E.E.Kerre
(Belgium) 
L.N.Korolev
(Russia) 
V.A.Malyshev
(France) 
A.Nozaki
(Japan) 
A.S.Podkolzin
(Russia) 
Yu.P.Pytiev
(Russia) 
V.N.Redko
(Ukraina) 
S.Sacsida
(Slovenia) 
R.Scepanovic
(USA) 
B.Thalheim
(Germany) 
H.Thiele
(Germany)

Sc.Uscumlic
(Yugoslavia) 
V.V.Velichenko
(Russia) 
Yu.L.Yershov
(Russia) 

Yu.I.Zhuravlev
(Russia) 
L.A.Zadeh
(USA) 

The scientific program will start at 10 a.m., December 5, 2000
and will end at 6 a.m., December 8, 2000.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE
The Organizing Committee will publish the proceedings of the conference
as volume of the journal "Intelligent Systems". As usual
all papers for this journal will be referred.
 Papers should be original work, which
has not been submitted previously or concurrently to another location;
 Languages of publication: Russian, English;
 About 60word abstracts should be included at the beginning of the paper;
 Each paper should include and a list of keywords
indicating subject classification;
 The cover page must include title, author(s)'s name, affiliation, complete
address, and email address;
 Submissions are limited to 15 A4size pages,
with 1 inch margins and 12 point or larger font.
Following the paper's submission, it is automatically understood that all
the organizational approvals for the publication of it have been granted to
the Organizing Committee. The author(s) will prepare the final manuscript
in time for its inclusion in the conference proceedings.
Authors are invited to submit manuscript to the address strog@rsuh.ru
by the submission deadline.
ACCOMMODATION
It is suggested that all participants stay at the hotel of
Moscow State University which situated in the Main Building of MSU
at the Vorobjovy Gory. The cost of one bed room in MSU hotel is about $20
per day.
The participation fee is $50.
The titles of the reports and extended abstract (about 300
words), your suggestions and wishes should be sent before June 1, 2000 to the Scientific Secretary of the conference,
Dr. Anwar Irmatov, at the following address:
Russia
Moscow 119899
Vorobjovy Hills, Moscow State University
The Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics
The Department of the Mathematical Theory
of Intelligent Systems.
Email: intell.system@mech.math.msu.su
Telephone: +7 095 939 46 37
Fax: +7 095 973 47 07
Electronic submission is strongly encouraged.
The 8th International Conference
"INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES"
December 4 – 9, 2000
Moscow, Russia
Program of the Conference
4th of December, Monday
Evening session (starting at 15 p.m. every day)
1. Zhuravlev Yu.I. Algebraic and logical methods in the problems of classification, recognition and forecasting.
2. Zhizhchenko A.B. Informational system and telecommunications of Russian Academy of Sciences
3. Korolyov L.N. About use of multiprocessor clusters in solving of problems on neural networks
4. Redko V.N. (Ukraine) Program and logical basis of computer science
5. Popov E.V. Systems of management of plants knowledge.
6. Kerre E. (Belgium) Fuzzy similarity measures for image quality evaluation
5th of December, Tuesday
Morning session (starting at 10 a.m. every day)
1. Yershov Yu.L. Algebra, logic and algorithms: old and new connections
2. Podkolzin A.S. Computer solvers of mathematical problems
3. Kapitonova Yu.V., Letichevsky A.A. (Ukraine) Testing out the requirements to computer programs in mathematical computer environment
4. Alexeyev V.B. Fast algorithms
5. Break
Evening session
1. Aleshin S.V. Algebraic constructions for automata
2. Buyevich V.A. Problem of Slupetsky for automata
3. Vasilyev S.N. Intellect management
4. Tverdohlebov V. A. Methods of diagnosing of automata in their geometric representation
5. Seleznev O.V., Talheim B. (Germany) Data search and statistics
6th of December, Wednesday
Morning session
1. Chuchalin A.G. Proving medicine
2. Sudakov K.V. System architectonics of psychical activity of a human as a basis of an artificial intelligence.
3. K. G. Scryabin Genetic engineering, structure of genome and bioinformatics
4. G. I. Marchuk, б.б. Romanyucha. Mathematical modeling of contrainfectious protection. Optimality criterion.
5. E.N. Sokolov A spherical model of cognitive and executive mechanisms
6. Break
Evening session
1. E.A. Umryuchin Artificial intelligence in a model of system activity of a brain
2. V.B. Kudryavtsev, A.S. Strogalov, S.G. Shekhovtsov Methodology and modelling of training process
3. A.V. Chechkin, G.S. Voronkov Problems in mathematicbiological informatics
4. O.S. Medvedev. Fundamental medicine and medical informatics
5. V.V. Velichenko. Means and possibilities of medicine and artificial intelligence in a problem of AIDS' treatment.
7th of December, Thursday
Morning session
1. A.A. Petrov. Mathematical models of economics of a transitional period
2. S.P. Kurdyumov. Nonlinear models of complex systems
3. Yu.P. Pytjev. Possibilitytheoretical analysis and interpretation of experiments
4. G.G. Malinetsky Nonlinear dynamics
5. Break
Evening session
1. M.M. Glukhov. About words transformation, not increasing the number of distortions.
2. A.A. Nechaev, V.A. Shabanin Linear recurrent sequences on finite rings
3. V.G. Nikonov. About complexity of threshold functions
4. A.A. Irmatov. About the number of threshold functions
5. G. Pogosyan (Japan) About formulae representation of classes of logical functions
8th of December, Friday
Morning session
1. D.N. Babin About algorithmical solvability of a completeness problem for automata.
2. E.E. Gasanov Graphinformation models of data bases
3. V.N. Kozlov. Recognition of geometrical patterns
4. A.A. Sapozhenko. Enumerable problems on graphs
Evening session
1. E.V.Pankratjev. Computer differential algebra.
2. R.I. Podlovchenko. Multytape automata and their equivalent transformations.
3. G.E. Tseytlin (Ukraine) Theory of metaalgebras and its applications.
4. A.V. Babash. Approximation of automata
5. Knap Ziga (Slovenia). About a stratification problem
6. V.A. Malyshev. Discrete mathematics and physics
REGISTRATION FORM
for participation in the 8th International Conference
"INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES"
