Wednesday 21 August 2013

Second Annual CIS IEEE Video Competition

Following on from the first video competition, which produced two outstanding winning videos about fuzzy  logic, we invite you to produce an introductory 3-minute video about one of the following Computational  Intelligence fields of interest:

● Neural Networks
● Evolutionary Computation
● Hybrid Intelligent Systems

The winners of the previous competition can be seen at:

The aim of the video is to answer the question “what is...?”, for a Computational Intelligence field of interest, to an audience of high school students and the general public, with limited mathematical background. The video should also explain an example application of how the method can be used in everyday life. The video should be suitable for posting on YouTube and Facebook. The video competition is an exciting opportunity for all IEEE members to work together in conveying technical topics to nonexperts.

Prizes for entrants:

1st prize: 600USD + iPad* + CIS membership (1 year)
2nd prize: 500USD + CIS membership (1 year)
3rd prize: 400USD + CIS membership (1 year)

Prize for everyone: An iPad* will be raffled to anyone who “likes” a video on our page (excluding competition entrants and organisers).

Teams consist of 1 to 5 people. The team leader must be an IEEE member.

Registration deadline is 2nd September 2013.
Video submission deadline is 14th October 2013.
Winners will be notified on 1st December 2013.

Rules and submission details can be found at Please contact for specific queries.

*Disclaimer: The iPad prize does not apply to countries officially embargoed by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. In accordance with U.S. law, IEEE is unable to provide such goods to OFAC embargoed countries. In the case where the first place winner comes from an OFAC embargoed country, no iPad 2 will be awarded.

Wednesday 14 August 2013

IEEE Transactions on evolutionary Computation: Volume 17, Issue 4, August 2013

1. Multiobjective Metaheuristics for Traffic Grooming in Optical Networks
Author(s): Rubio-Largo, A. ; Vega-Rodriguez, M.A. ; Gomez-Pulido, J.A. ; Sanchez-Perez, J.M.

2. Preference-Inspired Coevolutionary Algorithms for Many-Objective Optimization
Author(s): Wang, R. ; Purshouse, R.C. ; Fleming, P.J.

3. A Hybrid Framework for Evolutionary Multi-Objective Optimization
Author(s): Sindhya, K. ; Miettinen, K. ; Deb, K.

4. A Differential Evolution Algorithm With Dual Populations for Solving Periodic Railway Timetable Scheduling Problem
Author(s): Zhong, J.-H. ; Shen, M. ; Zhang, J. ; Chung, H.S.-H. ; Shi, Y.-H. ; Li, Y.

5. Evolutionary Foundation of Bounded Rationality in a Financial Market
Author(s): Kinoshita, K. ; Suzuki, K. ; Shimokawa, T.

6. Self-Adaptive Evolution Toward New Parameter Free Image Registration Methods
Author(s): Santamaria, J. ; Damas, S. ; Cordon, O. ; Escamez, A.

7. Clustered Memetic Algorithm With Local Heuristics for Ab Initio Protein Structure Prediction
Author(s): Islam, M.K. ; Chetty, M.

8. Reverse Engineering of Gene Regulatory Networks Using Dissipative Particle Swarm Optimization
Author(s): Palafox, L. ; Noman, N. ; Iba, H.

9. A Memetic Algorithm for Matching Spatial Configurations With the Histograms of Forces
Author(s): Buck, A.R. ; Keller, J.M. ; Skubic, M.

Tuesday 13 August 2013

IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems: Volume 21, Issue 4, August 2013

1. Knowledge-Leverage-Based Fuzzy System and Its Modeling
Author(s): Deng, Z. ; Jiang, Y. ; Chung, F.-L. ; Ishibuchi, H. ; Wang, S.

2. Trilateral Teleoperation of Adaptive Fuzzy Force/Motion Control for Nonlinear Teleoperators With Communication Random Delays
Author(s): Li, Z. ; Ding, L. ; Gao, H. ; Duan, G. ; Su, C.-Y.

3. Reliable All-Pairs Evolving Fuzzy Classifiers
Author(s): Lughofer, E. ; Buchtala, O.

4. Priority Weight Intervals Derived From Intuitionistic Multiplicative Preference Relations
Author(s): Xu, Z.

5. A Novel Control Design on Discrete-Time Takagi–Sugeno Fuzzy Systems With Time-Varying Delays
Author(s): Su, X. ; Shi, P. ; Wu, L. ; Song, Y.-D.

6. Looking for Like-Minded Individuals in Social Networks Using Tagging and E Fuzzy Sets
Author(s): Yager, R.R. ; Reformat, M.Z.

7. Adaptive Moving-Target Tracking Control of a Vision-Based Mobile Robot via a Dynamic Petri Recurrent Fuzzy Neural Network
Author(s): Wai, R.-J. ; Lin, Y.-W.

8. A Fuzzy Logic-Based System for Indoor Localization Using WiFi in Ambient Intelligent Environments
Author(s): Garcia-Valverde, T. ; Garcia-Sola, A. ; Hagras, H. ; Dooley, J.A. ; Callaghan, V. ; Botia, J.A.

9. Extending the Contraposition Property of Propositional Logic for Fuzzy Abduction
Author(s): Chakraborty, A. ; Konar, A. ; Pal, N.R. ; Jain, L.C.

10. A Behavioral Distance for Fuzzy-Transition Systems
Author(s): Cao, Y. ; Sun, S.X. ; Wang, H. ; Chen, G.

11. New Stability Conditions Based on Piecewise Fuzzy Lyapunov Functions and Tensor Product Transformations
Author(s): Campos, V.C.S. ; Souza, F.O. ; Torres, L.A.B. ; Palhares, R.M.

12. Relaxation Technique for a T–S Fuzzy Control Design Based on a Continuous-Time Fuzzy Weighting-Dependent Lyapunov Function
Author(s): Kim, S.H.

13. Comparing Fuzzy, Probabilistic, and Possibilistic Partitions Using the Earth Mover’s Distance
Author(s): Anderson, D.T. ; Zare, A. ; Price, S.

14. Parallel Algorithms for Fuzzy Ontology Reasoning
Author(s): Bobillo, F. ; Delgado, M. ; Sanchez-Sanchez, J.C.

15. A Matrix Approach to Latticized Linear Programming With Fuzzy-Relation Inequality Constraints
Author(s): Li, H. ; Wang, Y.

Monday 5 August 2013

Nominations for IEEE CIS Distinguished Lecturers

The Committee of the Distinguished Lecturer Program (DLP) of the IEEE CIS Society invites all Society’s Technical Committees Chairs, Chapter Chairs, EiCs, and AdCom/ExCom members to nominate Distinguished Lecturers. Five to seven exceptionally outstanding IEEE CIS members will be selected among the nominees to serve as the DLs for the three year term of 2014-2016. The nominations should be received no later than August 30, 2013.

The nomination form, procedure, policies and criteria for the Selection of DL Lecturers are available at the following URL: