2021 IEEE 51st International Symposium on Multiple-Valued Logic (ISMVL 2021)

Nursultan, Kazakhstan | May 25-27, 2021
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Submissions Due: 01 November 2020

The Technical Committee on Multiple-Valued Logic of the IEEE Computer Society will hold its 51st annual symposium in Nursultan, Kazakhstan, on May 25-27, 2021. You are invited to submit original papers, surveys, or tutorial papers on any subject in the area of multiple-valued logic, including but not limited to:

Algebra and Formal Aspects
Automatic Test Pattern Generation
Automatic Reasoning
Boolean Satisfiability
Circuit/Device Implementation
Communication Systems
Computer Arithmetic
Data Mining
Fuzzy Systems and Soft Computing
Image Processing
Logic Design and Switching Theory
Logic Programming
Machine Learning and Robotics
Mathematical Fuzzy Logic
MVL Approaches to Big Data
MVL Aspects of Medical Technology
Philosophical Aspects
Quantum Computing
Quantum Cryptography
Reversible Computation
Signal Processing
Spectral Techniques

Authors should submit papers as PDF files following the IEEE style guidelines for conference proceedings. Each manuscript shall include a 50-100 word abstract and shall not exceed 6 pages. All accepted papers will be published by IEEE.

The authors of selected papers will be invited after the symposium to prepare an extended version of their papers to be published in some journals.

» Paper Submission Deadline:
Abstract: November 1, 2020
Manuscript: November 8, 2020

» Notification of Acceptance:
February 1, 2021

» Camera-Ready Version:
March 1, 2021

» ULSI Workshop:
May 24, 2021

» ISMVL 2021:
May 25-27, 2021

» Reed-Muller Workshop:
May 27-28, 2021

The proceedings of ISMVLs are in the Ei compendex that is the broadest and most complete engineering literature database available in the world.

In conjunction with the symposium, the following workshops will be held.
Separate calls will follow.

  • 30th International Workshop on Post-Binary ULSI Systems (May 24, 2021)
  • Reed-Muller 2021 Workshop (May 27-28, 2021)
Symposium Chair: Program Chair:
Prof. Martin Lukac
Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan
Email: martin.lukac{at}nu.edu.kz
Prof. Shinobu Nagayama
Hiroshima City University, Japan
Email: s_naga{at}hiroshima-cu.ac.jp