Sunday, 16 November 2014

Call for Papers CEC2015 Special Session "Complex Adaptive Systems"

Special Session for IEEE CEC 2015.


Aim and Scope

Complex adaptive systems involve many components, often called agents that interact and adapt or learn. It is a system composed of many interacting agents, such that the collective behavior of those agents together is more than the sum of their individual behaviors. The collective behaviors are sometimes also called emergent behaviors, and a complex adaptive system can thus be said to be a system of interacting parts that displays emergent behavior. Examples include ecosystems, stock markets and economies, biological evolution, and indeed the whole of human society.
This special track seeks high-quality original and unpublished papers in the following topics including but not limited to these topics:
  • Adaptation
  • Agent-based modeling
  • Biological evolution
  • Cellular automata
  • Collective action
  • Criticality
  • Dynamical systems
  • Economics and market
  • Ecosystem emergence
  • Evolutionary system
  • Game theory
  • Human societies
  • Immune system
  • Information theory
  • Intelligent system
  • Pattern formation
  • Risk management system
  • Social network
  • Socio-physics
  • Synchronization

Organizers

Hiroshi SATO, hsato@nda.ac.jp, National Defense Academy, Japan
Hiroshi Sato is Associate Professor of Department of Computer Science at National Defense Academy in Japan. He received B.E. degree in Physics from Keio University in Japan, and M.E and D.E in Computer Science from Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan. His research interests include agent-based simulation, evolutionary computation, and artificial intelligence. He is a member of Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence, Society of Instrument and Control Engineers and The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers.

Masao KUBO, masaok@nda.ac.jp, National Defense Academy, Japan
Masao KUBO is an associate Professor of Department of Computer Science at National Defense Academy in Japan. He received B.E. degree in Precision Engineering and M.E and D.E in Computer Science from Hokkaido University in Japan. His research interests include swarm robotics, collective intelligence, and artificial intelligence. He is a member of Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence, Society of Instrument and Control Engineers and the Robotics Society of Japan.

Saori IWANAGA, s-iwanaga@jcga.ac.jp, Japan Coast Guard Academy, Japan
Saori IWANAGA is Professor of Department of Maritime Safety Technology at Japan Coast Guard Academy (JCGA) since 2012. She received her B.E. degree in applied chemistry engineering from Utsunomiya University, Japan, in 1994 and her M.S. and her Ph.D. degree in computer science from National Defense Academy, Japan, in 2001 and 2004, respectively. She has worked at JCGA since 2007. She is interested in complex theory, evolutionary games. She is a member of Information Processing Society of Japan and Japan Society for Safety Engineering.

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