3rd International Conference on
Computational Collective Intelligence - Technologies and Applications
21-23 September 2011, Gdynia, Poland
Special Session on Computational Collective Intelligence in Economy (CCIE 2011)
Secondary schools textbooks define Economics as a study of human behavior. Despite this awareness, economists mainly describe and analyze economical phenomena and try to predict economical problems with the help of terms such as money, production, consumption, transfer, etc. Recent research progress and a growing public interest in Collective Intelligence, makes strong recommendation to use Collective Intelligence as a new tool to analyze economical phenomena and problems. Thus, the aim of this special session on Computational Collective Intelligence in Economy (CCIE), is to bring together researchers interested on Collective Intelligence in Economics, to share their approach to economical problems, present their current research results and discuss the future of Collective Intelligence Methodology in economics. The topics of submitted papers should focus on methods and applications where the tools and techniques exploiting Collective Intelligence are used - to enhance, support or replace the traditional approach to solving economic problems.
Topics of interests
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Information for authors
The submitted papers should present results of the original and unpublished research. The papers will be reviewed by the ICCCI 2011 International Program Committee. The best submissions will be selected for presentation and will be included in the conference proceedings. The conference proceedings are planned to be published and distributed by Springer-Verlag in series LNCS/LNAI. Submitted papers should be prepared in LNCS/LNAI style and should be limited to 10 pages. All papers must be submitted electronically via conference submission system.
Prof. Tadeusz Szuba
Prof. Stanisław Szydło
Dr. Paweł Skrzyński