Papers accepted

(alphabetically ordered by author names)

1) Alexandru Amarioarei, Gefry Barad, Eugen Czeizler, Ana-Maria Dobre, Corina Itcus, Victor Mitrana, Andrei Paun, Mihaela Paun, Frankie Spencer, Romica Trandafir and Iris Tusa. DNA-guided Assembly of Nanocellulose Meshes
2) Roberto Barbuti, Anna Bernasconi, Roberta Gori and Paolo Milazzo. Computing Preimages and Ancestors in Reaction Systems
3) Mengzhe Chen and Nikolay M. Sirakov. Poisson Equation Solution and its Gradient Vector Field to Geometric Features Detection
4) Toshinori Deguchi and Naohiro Ishii. On Capacity with Incremental Learning by Simplified Chaotic Neural Network
5) Alejandro Díaz-Caro and Marcos Villagra. Classically Time-controlled Quantum Automata
6) Ziya Firat, Eliseo Ferrante, Nicolas Cambier and Elio Tuci. Self-organised Aggregation in Swarms of Robots with Informed Robots
7) Fred Gruau and Luidnel Maignan. Cellular Computation, with Spatial Types on Planar Graph
8) Michael Hellwig and Hans-Georg Beyer. A Linear Constrained Optimization Benchmark for Probabilistic Search Algorithms: The Rotated Klee-Minty Problem
9) Ata Kaban and Yamanporn Thummanusarn. Tighter Guarantees for the Compressive Multi-layer Perceptron
10) Ryotaro Kamimura. Information-theoretic Self-compression of Multi-layered Neural Networks
11) Yuichi Kato, Tetsuro Saeki and Jiwei Fei. Application of STRIM to Datasets Generated by Partial Correspondence Hypothesis
12) Tibor Kmet and Maria Kmetova. Radial Basis Function Networks Simulation of Age-structure Population
13) Karlo Knezevic, Stjepan Picek, Luca Mariot, Domagoj Jakobovic and Alberto Leporati. The Design of (Almost) Disjunct Matrices by Evolutionary Algorithms
14) Yuichi Komano and Takaaki Mizuki. Multi-party Computation Based on Physical Coins
15) Nam Le, Anthony Brabazon and Michael O'Neill. How the "Baldwin Effect" Can Guide Evolution in Dynamic Environments
16) Tadao Maekawa, Manabu Honda, Osamu Ueno and Tsutomu Oohashi. Mortal Organisms Rescue Immortal Organisms from Evolutionary Inertness: Perspective of the Programmed Self-decomposition Model
17) Katherine Malan. Landscape-aware Constraint Handling Applied to Differential Evolution
18) Esma Mansouri-Benssassi and Juan Ye. Bio-inspired Spiking Neural Networks for Facial Expression Recognition: Generalisation Investigation
19) Shigeru Ninagawa. Patterns and their Interaction in Excitable Media on Face-centered Cubic Lattice
20) Abtin Nourmohammadzadeh and Sven Hartmann. Fuel Efficient Truck Platooning with Time Restrictions and Multiple Speeds Solved by a Particle Swarm Optimisation
21) Thambo Nyathi and Nelishia Pillay. Automated Design of Genetic Programming Classification Algorithms for Financial Forecasting Using Evolutionary Algorithms
22) Tamás Nyíri, Attila Ulbert and Attila Kiss. Novel Ensembling Methods for Dermatological Image Classification
23) Feras Odeh and Adel Taweel. SemVec: Semantic Features Word Vectors Based Deep Learning for Improved Text Classification
24) Geoff Pond and Greg McQuat. Optimizing Fleet Staging of Air Ambulances in the Province of Ontario
25) Roland Ritt and Paul O'Leary. Symbolic Analysis of Machine Behaviour and the Emergence of the Machine Language
26) Takfarinas Saber, David Fagan, David Lynch, Stepan Kucera, Holger Claussen and Michael O'Neill. A Hierarchical Approach to Grammar-Guided Genetic Programming: The case of Scheduling in Heterogeneous Networks
27) Maxim Sakharov and Anatoly Karpenko. Multi-memetic Mind Evolutionary Computation Algorithm Based on the Landscape Analysis
28) Jiri Sima. Three Analog Neurons Are Turing Universal
29) Yuya Sugie, Yuki Yoshida, Normann Mertig, Takashi Takemoto, Hiroshi Teramoto, Atsuyoshi Nakamura, Ichigaku Takigawa, Shin-Ichi Minato, Masanao Yamaoka and Tamiki Komatsuzaki. Graph Minors from Simulated Annealing for Annealing Machines with Sparse Connectivity
30) Knud Thomsen. It Is Time to Dissolve Old Dichotomies in order to Grasp the Whole Picture of Cognition
31) Caroline Tichelaar and Jan Treur. Network-oriented Modeling of the Interaction of Adaptive Joint Decision Making, Bonding and Mirroring
32) Jan Treur. Network Reification as a Unified Approach to Represent Network Adaptation Principles within a Network
33) Jan Treur. Relating an Adaptive Network’s Structure to its Emerging Behaviour for Hebbian learning
34) Miin-Shen Yang, Shou-Jen Chang-Chien and Yessica Nataliani. Gaussian-kernel c-means Clustering Algorithms
35) S. Sahand Mohammadi Ziabari and Jan Treur. Integrative Biological, Cognitive and Affective Modeling of a Drug-therapy for a Post-traumatic Stress Disorder