In this week, I am in Vancouver attending the World Congress on Computational Intelligence 2006 (WCCI). This congress consists of three important computational intelligence-oriented conferences: International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN), Congress on Evolutionary Computation, and IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE).
Here, I try to write about the congress. I guess I cannot devote enough time to write very organized and well-written reports from the conference, but I try to note my impression about some aspects of it. This means that I try to give a pointer to the papers that I find interesting, write a few key sentences about the content of invited talks, and even mentioning that the coffee was good or not.
One important thing that I must emphasize is that I cannot attend all sessions for sure (and there are usually 15 parallel sessions). This means that I may miss many good papers. Anyway, let’s see what will happen.