Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Call for Papers: IEEE CEC 2017

We are pleased to announce that the 2017 IEEE Conference on Evolutionary Computation (  will be held in San Sebastian, Spain, in June 5-8, 2017.

IEEE CEC  is a world-class conference that aims to bring together researchers and practitioners in the field of evolutionary computation and computational intelligence from all around the globe. Technical exchanges within the research community will encompass keynote lectures, regular and special sessions, tutorials, and competitions as well as poster presentations. In addition, participants will be treated to a series of social functions, receptions, and networking to establish new connections and foster everlasting friendship among fellow counterparts.

Donostia/San Sebastian is a coastal medium-size city located in northern Spain, 20km from the border with France. It stands as an amphitheatre over-looking the sea. It is known the world over for its spectacular bay and is referred to as the Pearl of the Cantabrian Sea. It is also internationally renowned for being a culinary haven where visitors will find more Michelin stars per square meter than in any other city in the world. The conference will take place at the Kursaal Convention Center and Auditorium. Kursaal is located in the city center, overlooking the seafront. This avant-garde architectural showpiece was designed by Rafael Moneo  and won the Mies van der Rohe prize for the best building in Europe in 2001. The main hotels, restaurants and shopping areas are within walking distance.

CEC 2017 covers all topics in the field of Evolutionary Computation including the following non-exhaustive list:

  • Genetic algorithms
  • Genetic programming
  • Estimation of distribution algorithms
  • Evolutionary programming
  • Evolution strategies
  • Bioinformatics and bioengineering
  • Coevolution and collective behavior
  • Combinatorial and numerical optimization
  • Constraint and uncertainty handling
  • Evolutionary data mining
  • Evolutionary learning systems
  • Evolvable/adaptive hardware and systems
  • Evolving neural networks and fuzzy systems
  • Evolutionary multi-objective optimization
  • Ant colony optimization
  • Artificial life
  • Agent-based systems
  • Molecular and quantum computing
  • Particle Swarm Optimization
  • Artificial immune systems
  • Representation and operators
  • Industrial applications of EC
  • Evolutionary game theory
  • Cognitive systems and applications
  • Computational finance and economics
  • Estimation of distribution algorithms
  • Evolutionary design
  • Evolutionary scheduling


Important Dates:

Submission deadline for special sessions: November 7, 2016
Deadline for the submission of tutorials and competitions proposals: January  9, 2017
Paper submission deadline: January 16, 2017   
Paper Decision notification: February 26, 2017

All the papers have to be submitted electronically through the congress application.

For Program inquiries please contact the Program Chair, Carlos Coello at

General inquiries for IEEE CEC 2017 should be sent to the General Chair, Jose A. Lozano at

You can also follow CEC 2017 on Twitter:

We are looking forward to seeing you in San Sebastian!

IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems, Vol. 8, No. 3, September 2016

1) Emergence of Altruistic Behavior Through the Minimization of Prediction Error
Author(s): Jimmy Baraglia; Yukie Nagai; Minoru Asada
Pages: 141-151

2) Interplay of Rhythmic and Discrete Manipulation Movements During Development: A Policy-Search Reinforcement-Learning Robot Model
Author(s): Valentina Cristina Meola; Daniele Caligiore; Valerio Sperati; Loredana Zollo; Anna Lisa Ciancio; Fabrizio Taffoni; Eugenio Guglielmelli; Gianluca Baldassarre
Pages: 152-170

3) Nonparametric Bayesian Double Articulation Analyzer for Direct Language Acquisition From Continuous Speech Signals
Author(s): Tadahiro Taniguchi; Shogo Nagasaka; Ryo Nakashima
Pages: 171-185

4) Evolutionary Fuzzy Integral-Based Gaze Control With Preference of Human Gaze
Author(s): Bum-Soo Yoo; Jong-Hwan Kim
Pages: 186-200

5) Lifelong Augmentation of Multimodal Streaming Autobiographical Memories
Author(s): Maxime Petit; Tobias Fischer; Yiannis Demiris
Pages: 201-213

6) GRAIL: A Goal-Discovering Robotic Architecture for Intrinsically-Motivated Learning
Author(s): Vieri Giuliano Santucci; Gianluca Baldassarre; Marco Mirolli
Pages: 214-231

Monday, 19 September 2016

International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (Call for workshops and tutorials)

May 14-19, 2017,  Anchorage, Alaska, USA

##################### Important Dates ######################
* Tutorial and Workshop Proposals                 October 15, 2016
* Paper Submission                          November 15, 2016
* Paper Decision Notification                 January 20, 2017
* Camera-Ready Submission                     February 20, 2017
#################### UPCOMING DEADLINES ####################
[UPCOMING DEADLINES 23.59hr UTC-10 on Saturday, 15 OCTOBER 2016]

The 2017 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN 2017) will be held at the William A. Egan Civic and Convention Center in Anchorage, Alaska, USA, May 14�19, 2017. The conference is organized jointly by the International Neural Network Society and the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, and is the premiere international meeting for researchers and other professionals in neural networks and related areas.  It will feature invited plenary talks by world-renowned speakers in the areas of neural network theory and applications, computational neuroscience, robotics, and distributed intelligence.  In addition to regular technical sessions with oral and poster presentations, the conference program will include special sessions, competitions, tutorials and workshops on topics of current interest
For the latest updates, follow us on Facebook ( and Twitter (@ijcnn2017).

#################### Paper Submission is now Open ####################
* Regular paper can have up to 8 pages in double-column IEEE Conference format
* All papers are to be prepared using IEEE-compliant Latex or Word templates on paper of U.S. letter size.
* All submitted papers will be checked for plagiarism through the IEEE CrossCheck system.
* Papers with significant overlap with the authors own papers or other papers will be rejected without review.

##########################Call for Workshops##########################
Post-conference workshops offer a unique opportunity for in-depth discussions of specific topics in neural networks and computational intelligence. The workshops should be moderated by scientists or professionals who has significant expertise and /or whose recent work has had a significant impact within their field. IJCNN 2017 will emphasize emerging and growing areas of computational intelligence.
Each workshop has a duration of 3 or 6 hours. The format of each workshop will be up to the moderator, and can include interactive presentations as well as panel discussions among participants. These interactions should highlight exciting new developments and current research trends to facilitate a discussion of ideas that will drive the field forward in the coming years. Workshop organizers can prepare various materials including handouts or electronic resources that can be made available for distribution before or after the meeting.
Researchers interested in organizing workshops are invited to submit a formal proposal including the following information as a single file (pdf, doc, etc.) to the workshop chair:
* Title
* Organizers and their short bio
* Brief description of the scope and impact of the workshop
* Timeliness of the topic
* Confirmed and/or potential speakers
* Half day (3 hours) or full day (6 hours)
* Link to organizer's web page and/or workshop web site (optional)
For further details, please refer
Any questions regarding this proposal can be asked to the Workshop Chair:
Lazaros Iliadis, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece. E-mail:

##########################Call for Tutorials##########################
IJCNN 2017 will feature pre-conference tutorials addressing fundamental and advanced topics in computational intelligence. Tutorial proposals should be emailed to the Tutorial Chair (see below). A tutorial proposal should include the
* Title
* Presenter/organizer name(s) and affiliations
* Expected enrollment
* Abstract (less than 300 words)
* Additional outline if needed
* Presenter/organizer biography
* Links to the presenter/organizer web page or the tutorial page (optional)
* The proposal should not exceed two pages in 1.5 space, Times 12 point font. The tutorial format (preliminary) is 1 hour and 45 minutes with a 10-minute break.
Researchers interested in organizing workshops are invited to submit a formal proposal. For further details, please refer to
Any questions regarding this proposal can be asked to the Tutorials Chair:
Asim Roy, Arizona State University, USA. E-mail:

##################### Topics and Areas of Interest #######################
The range of topics covered include, but is not limited to, the following.
(See for a more detailed list of topics).
� Deep learning
� Neural network theory & models
� Computational neuroscience
� Cognitive models
� Brain-machine interfaces
� Embodied robotics
� Evolutionary neural systems
� Neurodynamics
� Neuroinformatics
� Neuroengineering
� Hardware, memristors
� Neural network applications
� Machine perception (vision, speech, ...)
� Social media
� Big data
� Pattern recognition
� Machine learning
� Collective intelligence
� Hybrid systems
� Self-aware systems
� Data mining
� Sensor networks
� Agent-based systems
� Computational biology
� Bioinformatics
� Artificial life
� Connectomics
� Philosophical issues

################## Organizing Committee ######################
The full organizing committee can be found at:
General Chair
* Yoonsuck Choe, Texas A and M University, USA
Program Chair
* Christina Jayne, Robert Gordon University, UK
Technical Co-Chairs
* Irwin King, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
* Barbara Hammer, University of Bielefeld, Germany

##################Sponsoring Organizations##################
* INNS - International Neural Network Society
* IEEE - Computational Intelligence Society
* BSCS - Budapest Semester in Cognitive Science

Sunday, 11 September 2016

Call for papers ICAART 2016

9th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence
February 24 - 26, 2017
Porto, Portugal

In Cooperation with: EUSFLAT, IFSA, EurAI, AIXIA, AEPIA, APRP, AAAI, Iberamia and APPIA
Sponsored by: INSTICC
INSTICC is Member of: FIPA, WfMC and OMG
Technically Co-sponsored by: IEEE CIS
Logistics Partner: SCITEVENTS


Regular Paper Submission: October 4, 2016
Authors Notification (regular papers): November 28, 2016
Final Regular Paper Submission and Registration: December 13, 2016

We would like to draw your attention to the 9th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence (ICAART 2017 - whose submission deadline is scheduled for October 4, 2016. We hope you can participate in this conference by submitting a paper reflecting your current research in any of the following areas:
  • Agents
  • Artificial Intelligence

The conference will be sponsored by the Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication (INSTICC) and held in cooperation with the European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technology (EUSFLAT), International Fuzzy Systems Association (IFSA), European Association for Artifical Intelligence (EurAI), Associazione Italiana per l'Intelligenza Artificiale (AIXIA), Spanish Association of Artificial Intelligence (AEPIA), Associação Portuguesa de Reconhecimento de Padrões (APRP), Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), IberoAmerican Society of Artificial Intelligence (Iberamia) and Portuguese Association for Artificial Intelligence (APPIA). INSTICC is Member of the Foundation for Intelligent Physical Agents (FIPA), Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC) and Object Management Group (OMG). Technically Co-sponsored by the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (IEEE CIS). Logistics Partner the Science and Technology Events (SCITEVENTS).

The purpose of the International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested in the theory and applications in the areas of Agents and Artificial Intelligence. Two simultaneous related tracks will be held, covering both applications and current research work. One track focuses on Agents, Multi-Agent Systems and Software Platforms, Distributed Problem Solving and Distributed AI in general. The other track focuses mainly on Artificial Intelligence, Knowledge Representation, Planning, Learning, Scheduling, Perception Reactive AI Systems, and Evolutionary Computing and other topics related to Intelligent Systems and Computational Intelligence.

We would like to highlight the presence of the following keynote speakers:
  • Vanessa Evers, University of Twente, Netherlands
  • João Leite, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
  • Nuno Lau, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
  • Francesca Rossi, University of Padova, Italy

Submitted papers will be subject to a double-blind review process. All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings, under an ISBN reference, on paper and on CD-ROM support.
The proceedings will be submitted for indexation by Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index (ISI), INSPEC, DBLP, EI (Elsevier Engineering Village Index) and Scopus.
All papers presented at the conference venue will be available at the SCITEPRESS Digital Library ( SCITEPRESS is a member of CrossRef (

Best paper awards will be distributed during the conference closing session. Please check the website for further information (

We also would like to highlight the possibility to submit to the following Special Sessions:

Workshops, Special sessions, Tutorials as well as Demonstrations dedicated to other technical/scientific topics are also envisaged: companies interested in presenting their products/methodologies or researchers interested in holding a tutorial are invited to contact the conference secretariat. Workshop chairs and Special Session chairs will benefit from logistics support and other types of support, including secretariat and financial support, to facilitate the development of a valid idea.

ICAART 2017 will be held in conjunction with ICPRAM 2017 ( and ICORES 2017 ( in Porto, Portugal. Registration to ICAART will enable free attendance to any sessions of ICPRAM and ICORES conferences as a non-speaker.

Please check further details at the ICAART conference website (



  • Semantic Web
  • Multi-Agent Systems
  • Distributed Problem Solving
  • Agent Communication Languages
  • Agent Models and Architectures
  • Cooperation and Coordination
  • Conversational Agents
  • Negotiation and Interaction Protocols
  • Programming Environments and Languages
  • Task Planning and Execution
  • Autonomous Systems
  • Cognitive Robotics
  • Group Decision Making
  • Web Intelligence
  • Agent Platforms and Interoperability
  • SOA and Software Agents
  • Simulation
  • Economic Agent Models
  • Mobile Agents
  • Privacy, safety and security
  • Collective Intelligence
  • Physical Agents
  • Robot and Multi-robot Systems
  • Self Organizing Systems
  • Cloud Computing
  • Auctions and Markets
  • Agile Management


  • Intelligent User Interfaces
  • Bayesian Networks
  • Soft Computing
  • Neural Networks
  • Natural Language Processing 
  • Machine Learning
  • Planning and Scheduling
  • Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
  • Uncertainty in AI 
  • Model-Based Reasoning
  • Ontologies
  • Data Mining
  • Data Science 
  • Constraint Satisfaction
  • State Space Search
  • Case-Based Reasoning
  • Cognitive Systems
  • Reactive AI
  • Vision and Perception
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Ambient Intelligence
  • AI and Creativity
  • Evolutionary Computing
  • Fuzzy Systems
  • Knowledge-Based System
  • Industrial applications of AI
  • Hybrid Intelligent Systems
  • Visualization
  • Knowledge-Based Maps

IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, Volume 24, Issue 4, 2016

1. Modeling Fuzzy and Interval Fuzzy Preferences Within a Graph Model Framework
Author(s):  M. Abul Bashar; Amer Obeidi; D. Marc Kilgour; Keith W. Hipel
Page(s):  765- 778

2. Privacy-Protected Facial Biometric Verification Using Fuzzy Forest Learning
Author(s):  Richard Jiang; Ahmed Bouridane; Danny Crookes; M. Emre Celebi; Hua-Liang Wei
Page(s):  779- 790

3. A Novel Adaptive Possibilistic Clustering Algorithm
Author(s):  Spyridoula D. Xenaki; Konstantinos D. Koutroumbas; Athanasios A. Rontogiannis
Page(s):  791- 810

4. On Viewing Fuzzy Measures as Fuzzy Subsets
Author(s):  Ronald R. Yager
Page(s):  811- 818

5. Linear–Quadratic Uncertain Differential Game With Application to Resource Extraction Problem
Author(s):  Xiangfeng Yang; Jinwu Gao
Page(s):  819- 826

6. Distributivity of the Ordinal Sum Implications Over t-Norms and t-Conorms
Author(s):  Yong Su; Wenwen Zong; Hua-Wen Liu
Page(s):  827- 840

7. Hybrid Fuzzy Adaptive Output Feedback Control Design for Uncertain MIMO Nonlinear Systems With Time-Varying Delays and Input Saturation
Author(s):  Yongming Li; Shaocheng Tong; Tieshan Li
Page(s):  841- 853

8. New Formulation for Representing Higher Order TSK Fuzzy Systems
Author(s):  GholamAli Heydari; AliAkbar Gharaveisi; MohammadAli Vali
Page(s):  854- 864

9. Encoding Words Into Normal Interval Type-2 Fuzzy Sets: HM Approach
Author(s):  Minshen Hao; Jerry M. Mendel
Page(s):  865- 879

10. Fuzzy Opinion Networks: A Mathematical Framework for the Evolution of Opinions and Their Uncertainties Across Social Networks
Author(s):  Li-Xin Wang; Jerry M. Mendel
Page(s):  880- 905

11. Fuzzy Observed-Based Adaptive Consensus Tracking Control for Second-Order Multiagent Systems With Heterogeneous Nonlinear Dynamics
Author(s):  C. L. Philip Chen; Chang-E. Ren; Tao Du
Page(s):  906- 915

12. Ensembles of Fuzzy Linear Model Trees for the Identification of Multioutput Systems
Author(s):  Darko Aleksovski; Juš Kocijan; Sašo Džeroski
Page(s):  916- 929

13. Discovering Fuzzy Exception and Anomalous Rules
Author(s):  M. Dolores Ruiz; Daniel Sánchez; Miguel Delgado; Maria J. Martin-Bautista
Page(s):  930- 944

14. M-Estimates of Location for the Robust Central Tendency of Fuzzy Data
Author(s):  Beatriz Sinova; María Ángeles Gil; Stefan Van Aelst
Page(s):  945- 956

15. Evaluating Choquet Integrals Whose Arguments are Probability Distributions
Author(s):  Ronald R. Yager
Page(s):  957- 965

16. Mean-Based Fuzzy Control for a Class of MIMO Robotic Systems
Author(s):  Wei-Yen Wang; Yi-Hsing Chien; Yih-Guang Leu; Chen-Chien Hsu
Page(s):  966- 980

17. On Computing the Edge-Connectivity of an Uncertain Graph
Author(s):  Yuan Gao; Zhongfeng Qin
Page(s):  981- 991

18. On the Use of Fuzzy Constraints in Semisupervised Clustering
Author(s):  Irene Diaz-Valenzuela; M. Amparo Vila; Maria J. Martin-Bautista
Page(s):  992- 999

19. Join and Meet Operations for Type-2 Fuzzy Sets With Nonconvex Secondary Memberships
Author(s):  Gonzalo Ruiz; Hani Hagras; Héctor Pomares; Ignacio Rojas; Humberto Bustince
Page(s):  1000- 1008

IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, vol. 24, issue 3, 2016

1. Nonfragile  H_{\infty } Fuzzy Filtering With Randomly Occurring Gain Variations and Channel Fadings
Author(s):  Sunjie Zhang ; Zidong Wang ; Derui Ding ; Hongli Dong ; Fuad E. Alsaadi ; Tasawar Hayat
Page(s):  505- 518

2. Chain and Substitution Rules of Intuitionistic Fuzzy Calculus
Author(s):  Qian Lei ; Zeshui Xu
Page(s):  519- 529

3. Extended Fuzzy Logic: Sets and Systems
Author(s):  Farnaz Sabahi ; Mohammad Reza Akbarzadeh-T
Page(s):  530- 543

4. Fuzzy-Model-Based Robust  H_{\infty } Design of Nonlinear Packetized Networked Control Systems
Author(s):  Bin Tang ; Shiguo Peng ; Yun Zhang
Page(s):  544- 557

5. Extensions of Atanassov's Intuitionistic Fuzzy Interaction Bonferroni Means and Their Application to Multiple-Attribute Decision Making
Author(s):  Yingdong He ; Zhen He
Page(s):  558- 573

6. Evolving Type-2 Fuzzy Classifier
Author(s):  Mahardhika Pratama ; Jie Lu ; Guangquan Zhang
Page(s):  574- 589

7. Multicriteria Decision Making With Ordinal/Linguistic Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets For Mobile Apps
Author(s):  Ronald R. Yager
Page(s):  590- 599

8. Improving Linguistic Pairwise Comparison Consistency via Linguistic Discrete Regions
Author(s):  Hengshan Zhang ; Qinghua Zheng ; Ting Liu ; Zijiang Yang ; Minnan Luo ; Yu Qu
Page(s):  600- 614

9. Law of Large Numbers for Uncertain Random Variables
Author(s):  Kai Yao ; Jinwu Gao
Page(s):  615- 621

10. Output Feedback Direct Adaptive Fuzzy Controller Based on Frequency-Domain Methods
Author(s):  Krzysztof Wiktorowicz
Page(s):  622- 634

11. Stability and Stabilization of Takagi–Sugeno Fuzzy Systems via Sampled-Data and State Quantized Controller
Author(s):  Yajuan Liu ; S. M. Lee
Page(s):  635- 644

12. Parameterizing the Semantics of Fuzzy Attribute Implications by Systems of Isotone Galois Connections
Author(s):  Vilem Vychodil
Page(s):  645- 660

13. Decentralized Sampled-Data Fuzzy Observer Design for Nonlinear Interconnected Systems
Author(s):  Geun Bum Koo ; Jin Bae Park ; Young Hoon Joo
Page(s):  661- 674

14. Robust Stability Analysis and Systematic Design of Single-Input Interval Type-2 Fuzzy Logic Controllers
Author(s):  Tufan Kumbasar
Page(s):  675- 694

15. Rough-Set-Theoretic Fuzzy Cues-Based Object Tracking Under Improved Particle Filter Framework
Author(s):  Pojala Chiranjeevi ; Somnath Sengupta
Page(s):  695- 707

16. Fuzzy Multiobjective Modeling and Optimization for One-Shot Multiattribute Exchanges With Indivisible Demand
Author(s):  Zhong-Zhong Jiang ; Zhi-Ping Fan ; W. H. Ip ; Xiaohong Chen
Page(s):  708- 723

17. Global Fuzzy Adaptive Hierarchical Path Tracking Control of a Mobile Robot With Experimental Validation
Author(s):  Chih-Lyang Hwang ; Wei-Li Fang
Page(s):  724- 740

18. Asymmetric Fuzzy Preference Relations Based on the Generalized Sigmoid Scale and Their Application in Decision Making Involving Risk Appetites
Author(s):  Wei Zhou ; Zeshui Xu
Page(s):  741- 756

19. Possibilistic Functional Dependencies and Their Relationship to Possibility Theory
Author(s):  Sebastian Link ; Henri Prade
Page(s):  757- 763

Thursday, 1 September 2016

IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems: Volume 27, Issue 9, September 2016

1. Near Optimal Event-Triggered Control of Nonlinear Discrete-Time Systems Using Neurodynamic Programming
Author(s): Avimanyu Sahoo; Hao Xu; Sarangapani Jagannathan
Page(s): 1801 - 1815

2. Dynamical Behavior of Delayed Reaction–Diffusion Hopfield Neural Networks Driven by Infinite Dimensional Wiener Processes
Authors: Xiao Liang; Linshan Wang; Yangfan Wang; Ruili Wang
Page(s): 1816 - 1826

3. Semisupervised Support Vector Machines With Tangent Space Intrinsic Manifold RegularizationMetrics by Information Projection
Authors: Shiliang Sun; Xijiong Xie
Page(s): 1827 - 1839

4. Efficient Implementation of the Backpropagation Algorithm in FPGAs and Microcontrollers
Authors: Francisco Ortega-Zamorano; José M. Jerez; Daniel Urda Muñoz; Rafael M. Luque-Baena; Leonardo Franco
Page(s): 1840 - 1850

5. On the Performance of Manhattan Nonnegative Matrix Factorization
Authors: Tongliang Liu; Dacheng Tao
Page(s): 1851 - 1863

6. Sequence Prediction With Sparse Distributed Hyperdimensional Coding Applied to the Analysis of Mobile Phone Use Patterns
Authors: Okko J. Räsänen; Jukka P. Saarinen
Page(s): 1878 - 1889

7. A Granular Self-Organizing Map for Clustering and Gene Selection in Microarray Data
Authors: Shubhra Sankar Ray; Avatharam Ganivada; Sankar K. Pal
Page(s): 1890 - 1906

8. Hierarchical Temporal Memory Based on Spin-Neurons and Resistive Memory for Energy-Efficient Brain-Inspired Computing
Authors: Deliang Fan; Mrigank Sharad; Abhronil Sengupta; Kaushik Roy
Page(s): 1907 - 1919

9. Image Understanding Applications of Lattice Autoassociative Memories
Authors: Manuel Graña; Darya Chyzhyk
Page(s): 1920 - 1932

10. Robust Low-Rank Tensor Recovery With Regularized Redescending M-Estimator
Authors: Yuning Yang; Yunlong Feng; Johan A. K. Suykens
Page(s): 1933 - 1946

11. Oversampling the Minority Class in the Feature Space
Authors: María Pérez-Ortiz; Pedro Antonio Gutiérrez; Peter Tino; César Hervás-Martínez
Page(s): 1947 - 1961

12. Adaptive Neural Control for a Class of Pure-Feedback Nonlinear Systems via Dynamic Surface Technique
Authors: Zongcheng Liu; Xinmin Dong; Jianping Xue; Hongbo Li; Yong Chen
Page(s): 1969 - 1975

13. Intelligent Tracking Control for a Class of Uncertain High-Order Nonlinear Systems
Authors: Xudong Zhao; Peng Shi; Xiaolong Zheng; Jianhua Zhang
Page(s): 1976 - 1982

14. A Derivative-Free Riemannian Powell’s Method, Minimizing Hartley-Entropy-Based ICA Contrast
Authors: Amit Chattopadhyay; Suviseshamuthu Easter Selvan; Umberto Amato
Page(s): 1983 - 1990

15. Feedback Controller Design for the Synchronization of Boolean Control Networks
Authors: Yang Liu; Liangjie Sun; Jianquan Lu; Jinling Liang
Page(s): 1991 - 1996