Friday, May 27, 2016


First International Conference on Real Time Intelligent Systems (RTIS
Beijing, China
September 01-03, 2016)

The Proceedings will be published in the Proceedings of the First
International Conference on Real-Time Intelligent Systems, Volume 1 RTIS
2016. (

About the Conference

Real-Time Computing covers a broad spectrum of the intensively
developing area of low-latency priority-driven system responsiveness
under certain time constrains to essential and decisive human-computer
interactions with constantly incoming data stream. Research on real-time
intelligent systems is of a multi-disciplinary nature, exploiting
concepts from the areas as diverse as signal processing technologies,
computational intelligence, location systems, data processing, digital
document processing and embedded system design. To accomplish its
real-time performance, systematic analysis is carried out when the
systems are working.

Therefore, over the last few years real-time intelligent computing has
radically transformed human life style. In the today's competitive and
highly dynamic environment, analyzing data in real time is a must to
understand in detail how the systems are processing the data and to
reason the outputs and anticipate the trends in intelligent computing,
has become critical.

To leverage the full potential of the opportunity build complex real
time systems, intense research is required and this conference will
serve as one such platform to manifest the ongoing research in the real
time intelligence system.
The conference welcomes theoretically grounded, methodologically sound
research papers from academia and industry that address variety of
aspects and innovations related to real-time computing systems.

The scope of the conference includes, but is not limited to the
following areas:

Streaming data, streaming engines
Big Data systems and applications for high-velocity data
Analysis in advanced domains such as energy, sensors, etc
Artificial Intelligence
Broadband Intelligence
Cloud Computing and Intelligence
Collaborative Intelligence
Crowdsourcing and crowd intelligence
Data capture in real-time
Intelligent Database Systems
Data mining
Intelligent Data Analysis
OLAP for real-time decision support
Data quality and cleansing
Intelligent Fuzzy Systems
Event-driven analytics
Visualizing real-time data and information
Intelligent Soft Computing
Privacy and security in Intelligence
Architectures for Intelligence
Internet of Things
Intelligent Robotic Systems
Smart Services and Platforms
Intelligent Transportation Systems
Mobile Smart Systems
Trace-based intelligent real-time services (eye-tracking, image
Real-time intelligent alert systems
Machine translation in real time
Multilingual information access
Multiagent Intelligent Systems
Intelligent Information Systems
Adaptive vision algorithms
Real-time Intelligent Network solutions
Real-time distributed coding
Real-time modelling user's information needs
Real-time noise removal systems
Real-time intelligent communication
Real-time remote access systems
Decision support systems in real time
Real-time multiprocessor systems

Submissions at:

The Proceedings will be published in the Proceedings of the 1st
International Conference on Real-Time Intelligent Systems, Volume 1 RTIS
2016. (

Important Dates

Paper Submission: June 15, 2016
Paper Notification: July 05, 2016
Camera ready: August 01, 2016
Registration: August 15, 2016
Conference Dates: September 01-03, 2016

The RTIS will have Doctoral Consortium, DEMO Session, Journal Track,
Mentorship Programme, Ph.D. Dissertation Competition, Proofread
translation program
and Virtual Presentation (Video Conferencing)

The following journals will accommodate the extended versions of the

-Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
-Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence – The International
Journal of Intelligent Real-Time Automation
-Computers in Human Behaviour
-Virtual Reality
-The Journal of Intelligent Systems
-Journal of Digital Information Management (JDIM)
-International Journal of Imaging & Robotics
-International Journal of Tomography & Simulation

Submissions at:
CONTACT: rtis at

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