MIM 2015

 V-th International (Tele-) Conference

Mathematics of Informational Modeling

December 15-17, 2015, Internet


Aims and Scope

The conference objective is to present and discuss current achievement in the fields of the Mathematics of Informational Modelling. This area constitutes the mathematical foundation of information science (informatics). It includes Type Theory, Mathematical Logic (for Computer Science), Program Theory, Program Verification, Theory on Algorithm, Information Theory, Coding Theory, Cryptology, and so on.
The basic objective of the conference is the formulation and analysis of adequate mathematical models for the description and solution of practical engineering and related problems based on the understanding of their underlying informational structure, with the ultimate aim of contributing to the development of human society.

Topics of interest

Topics of interest inlude but are not limited to:

- Automata theory and models;
- Big data technique and visualization;
- Chaos and self-organization models;
- Complex systems modeling and complexity of algorithms;
- Connectionism and Neural nets, Wavelet-neurons, and Emerging modeling objects;
- Cryptographic methods and protocols, Reliable and Secure Telecommunications;
- Discrete geometry, Distances and Similarities, Tomography;
- Financial mathematics, serious games;
- Generalized nets and models;
- Intuitionistic logic and Substructural logic;
- Learning and Intelligence algorithms;
- Modeling, Simulation, and Emulation: Mathematical theory, Formal verification;
- Multisets theory and its applications;
- Numerical methods of mathematical physics;
- Parallel algorithms, scientific computation and clouds;
- Theory of named sets and its applications;
- Uncertainty, Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets - Theory and Applications.

Program committee

Levon Aslanyan (Armenia)
Krassimir Atanasov (Bulgaria)
Stoyan Poryazov (Bulgaria)
Krassimir Markov (Bulgaria)

Alexander Palagin (Ukraine)
Alexey Petrovskiy (Russia)
Dmitro Buy (Ukraine)
Elena Zamyatina (Russia)
Ekaterina Detcheva (Bulgaria)
Emil Molnár (Hungary)
Emiliya Saranova (Bulgaria)
Gurgen Khachatryan (Armenia)
Hasmik Sahakyan (Armenia)
Ivan Tsitovich (Russia)
Juan Castellanos (Spain)
Jordan Tabov (Bulgaria)
Koen Vanhoof (Belgium)
Krassimira Ivanova (Bulgaria)
Leonid Hulyanitskiy (Ukraine)
Liudmila Cheremisinova (Belarus)
Liudmila Lyadova (Russia)
Mikhail Alexandrov (Russia)
Natalia Pankratova (Ukraine)
Ognyan Kounchev (Bulgaria)
Olexii Voloshyn (Ukraine)
Sergey Krivii (Ukraine)
Sisir Roi (India)
Tsvetanka Kovacheva (Bulgaria)
Ventzeslav Valev (USA)
Vitalii Velychko (Ukraine)
Volodimir Donchenko (Ukraine)
Yevgeniy Bodyanskiy (Ukraine)


The official language of the conference is English.

Papers and Fees

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