The overall objective of this two-day conference is to continue the study of the foundations of info-metrics and information processing across the sciences. This is our fifth year anniversary conference.
In that conference we will continue the exploration into the basics of info-Metrics, information-theoretic inference and their mathematical and philosophical foundations. A special emphasis will be on the interconnection of inferential and philosophical problems and solutions across the disciplines.
The conference will consist of Invited Talks, Invited Sessions and submitted papers.
In this conference we will focus on all the topics within info-metrics that we studied in the last five years. This includes, but not limited to:
Information-Theoretic methods of inference
Info-metrics across the sciences and engineering
Philosophy and value of information and info-metric
Information processing and nonparametric inference
Networks and information across the sciences
Complexity and information
Large or sparse data and information
Recent advancements in information theory and inference
System information across sciences.
A special volume of that conference will be published. All conference papers may be submitted following the conference. All papers will be subject to the usual review process. Presentation at the conference does not imply acceptance for publication.
The conference organizers encourage submissions of papers on any topic within this overall theme with a particular emphasis on the list below.
The conference organizers encourage submissions of papers on any topic within this overall theme, with a particular emphasis on the list below. Within the list of topics of interest, papers combining the tools of information theory or other approaches for inverse problems are of particular interest.
Please submit papers to email@example.com with subject line “Submission Fall 2014.” Submission should include a very detailed abstract-summary or preferably a draft paper. Published papers will not be accepted.