FICTA 2017

6th International Conference on
Frontiers of Intelligent Computing: Theory and applications (FICTA)

The venue for FICTA 2017 has shifted from Campus 3 to Campus 6, Convention Center.

Organised by
School of Computer Applications and
School of Computer Engineering,
KIIT University, Bhubaneshwar, Odisha.

14 - 15 October 2017

Proceedings to be Published in Springer AISC

About the Conference

The 6th International Conference on Frontiers of Intelligent Computing: Theory and applications (FICTA ) aims to bring together researchers, scientists, engineers, and practitioners to exchange and share their theories, methodologies, new ideas, experiences, applications in all areas of intelligent computing theories and applications to various engineering disciplines like Computer Science, Electronics, Electrical , Mechanical Engineering etc.
This is the 6th edition of the series. Prior to this other five editions were organized by BEC, Bhubaneswar, NIT Durgapur, and KIIT University, Bhubaneswar respectively. The idea of this series was conceived by few eminent professors and researchers of primer institutions of India. The first Edition of this, FICTA 2012, was organized by Bhubaneswar Engg. College (BEC), Bhubaneswar and after successful completion of this next one FICTA 2013 was also hosted by BEC. Due to its popularity and wide visibilities in entire country and abroad, FICTA 2015 moved to prestigious NIT, Durgapur to make a mark in India. Last year FICTA 2016 conducted at KIIT University, Bhubaneswar. This year also, FICTA 2017, is planned to be organized by a world class University, KIIT, Bhubaneswar, the temple city of Odisha.

Important Dates

Paper Submission Deadline - 15th August 2017
Notification of Acceptance - 10th September 2017
Camera Ready Copy Submission
& Author Registration - 17th September 2017


Submitted papers should not have been previously published nor be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
All papers are refereed through a peer review process.

All papers must be submitted online.
Similar to earlier conferences, FICTA 2017 Proceedings will be published in the SPRINGER- Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (AISC) series and submitted to ISI Proceedings, EI-Compendex, DBLP, SCOPUS, Google Scholar and Springer link ** for indexing.

About KIIT

KIIT started as a modest vocational education institute in 1992 in rented premises in Bhubaneswar. By 1997 (considered as the base year) it commenced graduate programmes in Engineering and postgraduate programmes in Computer Applications and Management. The excellent academic ambience, quality faculty, adherence to strict academic rigor and plethora of other academic activities led to grant of university status to the institute by Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India in the year 2004 just within six years (1997-2004) of its inception.
KIIT, now, is a multi-disciplinary University respected worldwide due to its rich educational culture of excellence. Research and innovation feed into the courses, encouraging the students to think critically and creatively. Its cosmopolitan campus is proud to have more than 25,000 students from all corners of India and around 22 countries, creating a mini metropolis in which a diverse multi-cultural community mingles and meets to study and relax together. Student community of the University is highly disciplined due to its student friendly policies. KIIT University sprawls over 25 sq. km. area with one million square metres of aesthetically constructed built up area.There are 28 constituent schools, contiguously located in impeccably landscaped and modern-technology-enabled campuses offering graduate, post-graduate, doctoral and post-doctoral programmes in a wide range of disciplines.
The institute's solemn academic ambience has led to grant of A-Category status to it by the Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, placing it among the most elite universities of the country. It is accredited by NAAC of UGC in 'A Grade' Further, it has received Tier 1 (Washington Accord) accreditation by NBA of AICTE for engineering streams. Washington Accord accreditation enables global recognition of degrees of the University and increased mobility of its graduates to 17 countries, including USA, UK, Australia, Canada and Japan. KIIT University is among only six institutions in the country to have this accreditation. KIIT also has one industrial training institute, a polytechnic, and an international school having affiliations with IGCSE-England, International Baccalaureate Programme (IBP), and CBSE India - the only one of its kind in the whole of the Eastern India

Chief Patron
Achyuta Samanta,KISS & KIIT, Bhubaneswar, India

Patron 
H.Mohanty,KIIT University

Advisory Committee
Sasmita Samanta, KIIT University
Ganga Bishnu Mund, KIIT University
Samaresh Mishra, KIIT University

Honorary Chairs
Swagatam Das,ISI Kolkota
B K Panigrahi, IIT Delhi

General Chairs
Veena Goswami, KIIT University
Suresh Chandra Satapathy, PVPSIT, Vijayawada

Convener
Sachi Nandan Mohanty KIIT University
Satya Ranjan Dash KIIT University

Organizing Chairs
Sidharth Swarup Routaray, KIIT University
Manas Mukul, KIIT University

Publication Chair
Vikrant Bhateja, SRMGPC, Lucknow

International Advisory Committee / Technical Committee
Munesh Chandra Trivedi, ABES Engg College, Ghazibad
Alok Aggarwal, Professor & Director, JP Institute of Engineering and Technology , Meerut
Amulya Ratna Swain, KIIT University
Bhabani Shankar Prasad Mishra, KIIT University
Sudhakar Sahoo, KIIT University
U.P. Singh, KIIT University
Santosh Kumar Swain, KIIT University
Dilip Kumar Sharma, Institute of Engineering and Technology,GLA University MATHURA
K Srujan Raju, CMR Technical Campus, Hyderabad
B N Biswal, BEC, Bhubaneswar
Sanjay Sengupta, CSIR, New Delhi
Naeem Hanoon, Malaysia
Kailash C Patidar, South Africa
Chintan Bhatt, Chandubhai S. Patel Institute of Technology, Gujurat
V Suma, Bangalore
Srinivas Sethi, IGIT, Odisha
H Behera, Sambalpur
Satchidananda Dehuri, F.M. University, Balasore
Siressha Rodda, GITAM, Vizag
Lalitha Bhaskari, Andhra University, Vizag
JVR Murthy, JNTU Kakinada
A Govardhan, JNTU Hyderabad
A Sai Hanuman, GRIET, Hyderabad
Lavanya Kumari, Andhra University, Vizag
Kuda Nageswar Rao, AU, Vizag
P.Sanjeevikumar, India
B Janakiramiha, MIC Engg College, Vijayawada
K Srujan Raju, CMR Tech Campus, Hyderabad
Suresh Limkar, PUNE
Suberna Kumar, MVGR, Vizayanagaram
B Tirumala Rao, JNTU Vizayanagaram
... And many more

Steering Committee
Suresh Chandra Satapathy, PVPSIT, Vijayawada
S K Udgata, UoH, Hyderabad
Manas Sanyal, University of Kalayani
Nilanjan Dey, TICT, Kolkota
B N Biswal, BEC, Bhubaneswar
Vikrant Bhateja, SRMGPC, Lucknow

Editorial Board
Suresh Chandra Satapathy, PVPSIT, Vijayawada
Vikrant Bhateja, SRMGPC, Lucknow
Jnyana Ranjan Mohanty, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar
Prasant Kumar Pattnaik, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar
João Manuel R. S. Tavares, Universidade do Porto (FEUP),Porto, Portugal.
Carlos A. Coello Coello, CINVESTAV-IPN, Depto. de Computación, Col. San Pedro Zacatenco, México.

Transport and Hospitality Chairs
Ramakant Parida, KIIT University
K. Singh, KIIT University
B B Dash, KIIT University

Session Management Chairs
Chinmay Mishra, KIIT University
Sudhanshu Sekhar Patra, KIIT University

Registration Chair
Ajaya Jena, KIIT University
Utpal Dey, KIIT University
P S Pattanayak, KIIT University
Prachi Viyajeeta, KIIT University

Publicity Chair
J K Mandal, University of Kalyani, Kolkota
Himanshu Das, KIIT University
R. K. Barik, KIIT University

Workshop Chair
Manoj Mishra, KIIT University
Manas Kumar Rath, KIIT UNiversity

Information

Prospective authors are invited to submit paper(s) not exceeding 8 pages written in A4 size and as per the Springer format (download here) on any one of the conference topics. The proceedings will be published by Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (AISC) series of Springer (Confirmed). Papers will be indexed in ISI Proceedings, DBLP, Ulrich's, EI-Compendex, SCOPUS, Zentralblatt Math, MetaPress. Indexing will be taken care by Springer. In addition, good quality papers will be published in journals (will be informed later).

Publishing Ethics:
Authors are advised to go through following link:
Springer Publishing Ethics for Journals
(it is the sole responsibility of authors to ensure that the submitted paper must adhere to the publishing Ethics of Springer)

Papers describing original work in, but not limited to, the Intelligent Computing : Theory and applications to following topics are enthusiastically encouraged.

A - N

Control system
Data Intensive Computing Architecture
Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
Evolutionary Computation
Genetic Algorithms
Human-Computer Interaction
Intelligent Control Optimization
Intelligent E-Learning Systems
Internet Security
Knowledge Management and Networks,
Machine Learning
Mobile Computing
Multi-Agent Systems
Neural Networks
Nonlinear System and Control

P - W

Pattern Recognition
Power system Communications etc
Resource Management and Scheduling
Sensor Networks and Social Sensing
Signal Processing
Smart Environments and Applications,
Soft Computing
Swarm Intelligence
System Theory and Control Theory
Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing
Video and Image Processing
Web Intelligence and Computing
Wireless Mesh Networks
Wireless Networks Management
Wireless Protocols and Architectures

Gautam Sanyal
Former Dean (AA & RG, SW, FW), Presently Head of the Department Comp. Sc. & Engg., NIT, Durgapur


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Siba K Udgata
Professor, School of Computer and Information Sciences, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India


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Intelligent and Soft Sensor for Environment Monitoring


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14th October 2017

08:30AM - 10:00AM - Breakfast & Registration, (Venue: Campus 6, Banquet Hall)
10:00AM - 10:45AM - Key Note Speaker (Venue: Campus 6, Seminar Hall 1)
10:45AM - 11:00AM - Tea Break
11:00AM - 11:45AM - Key Note Speaker (Venue: Campus 6, Seminar Hall 1)
11:45AM - 12:30PM - Key Note Speaker (Venue: Campus 6, Seminar Hall 1)
12:30PM - 01:30PM - Lunch (Venue: Campus 3, Block- C)
01:30PM - 03:30PM - Paper Presentation (4 Parallel Sessions) (Venue: Campus 6, Conference Hall No. 5, 6, 7, 8)
03:30PM - 03:45PM - Tea Break
03:45PM - 05:45PM - Paper Presentation (4 Parallel Sessions) (Venue: Campus 6, Conference Hall No. 5, 6, 7, 8)
05:45PM - 06:00PM - Tea Break
06:00PM - 07:30PM - Inauguration (Venue: Campus 6, Auditorium)
07:30PM - 08:00PM - Cultural Program (Venue: Campus 6, Auditorium)
08:00PM - 09:30PM - Dinner (Venue: Campus 6, Banquet Hall)

15th October 2017

09:00AM - 10:00AM - Breakfast and Registration (Venue: Campus 6, Banquet Hall)
10:00AM - 01:00PM - Paper Presentation (4 Parallel Sessions) (Venue: Campus 6, Conference Hall No. 5, 6, 7, 8)
11:15AM - 11:30AM - Tea Break
01:00PM - 02:30PM - Lunch (Venue: Campus 6, Banquet Hall)
02:30PM Onwards - KIIT & KISS Visit

Note: Authors can choose any parallel session of their choice in any day. The options can be given at the registration desk on day 1.

For any query contact @
Pravuranjan (+917536953428),
Sourav (+918249599511),
Sagnik (+917205324677)

fictaconf@gmail.com

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All accepted Papers will be published in Springer AISC Indexed in ISI Proceedings, DBLP, ZBIMath/Compuserve, IO-Port, EI, ACM Portal, Scopus, INSPEC, etc.

Category Conference
Indian Academician/Researchers /Students Rs. 9000 /-
Foreign Authors $400
Participant only ( other than Registered author):
(includes 2 Lunch, 1 Dinner, Tea breaks and
permission to all sessions, conf kits, Certificates)
Rs. 4000 /-

Technical Program: entry to all sessions including Tutorials and Workshops and soft copy of the Proceedings.

Type of Item Amount
Over Length Page Charge Rs. 1500 /- per page
Registration for author having more than one paper Rs. 5000 /- for Indian author and
US $300 for Foreign author
For Paper to be published in the Proceedings at least one of the author should register.
Payment can be done using the account details provided to authors in Acceptance mail

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Intelligent and Soft Sensor for Environment Monitoring

Abstract
The primary purpose of the sensors is to deliver data for monitoring and control. However, approximately two decades ago researchers started to make use of the large amounts of data being measured and stored in the industry by building predictive models based on this data. Initially, these predictive models are called soft sensors are used in the process industry only but slowly its relevance and importance is being felt in every [other application domain involving sensors. This term “Soft Sensor” is a combination of the words software, because the models are computer programs, and sensors, because the models deliver information similar to their hardware counterparts. Soft sensing deals with studying the interaction of the different parameters that can be used for calculating/ estimating new parameter that can not be measured directly. Soft sensors create windows to a process where physical equivalents are unrealistic or even impossible. Sensor output can be a control signal, advisory information for operators, predictions of quality of the monitoring environment, information on process faults or outliers in data. Intelligent sensors on the other hand are being viewed as smart sensors which are able to take intelligent decisions based on the local information in stead of transmitting the data to base station every time and thus saving a lot of crucial energy. Intelligent sensors are able to correlate the data being observed and make necessary corrections before
presenting to user. Intelligent sensors can also correct the drift that normally happens due to change in environmental condition, aging and beyond operating frequency.

Research Objectives
1. Making the soft sensor development as simple, automated and cheap as possible. This includes providing the possibility to develop the soft sensors off-the- shelf with minimal amount of required process knowledge as well as demand for parameter and model selection;
2. Prolonging the lifetime of the soft sensors developed according to the concept by means of their self-adaptation and effective exploitation of the provided feedback data;
3. Offering high flexibility, i.e. the algorithm can be manually tuned for the specific modeling task if required;
4. Providing mechanisms for the incorporation of the potentially available process knowledge. Despite the fact that the primary goal of this work is to minimize the demand for process knowledge, very often a certain amount of this knowledge is available and therefore it should be possible to effectively apply the available knowledge. Applying such a concept should, on one hand, significantly simplify the soft sensor development process and, on the other hand, minimize the requirement for periodical checking and tuning of the models.