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Artificial immune systems [electronic resource] : 9th international conference, ICARIS 2010, Edinburgh, UK, July 26029, 2010 : proceedings /
Emma Hart ... [et al.] (eds.).
Berlin ; New York : Springer, c2010.
xi, 328 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
3642145469, 9783642145469
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Artificial Immune Systems, ICARIS 2010, held in Edinburgh, UK, in July 2010. The 23 revised full papers and extended immune modeling abstracts presented together with 9 PerAda workshop position statements were carefully reviewed and selected from 41 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on immune system modeling; theoretical artificial immune systems; and applied artificial immune systems.
Table of Contents
Immune System Modelling
A Petri Net Model of Granulomatous Inflammationp. 1
Defining a Simulation Strategy for Cancer Immunocompetencep. 4
Theoretical Artificial Immune Systems
Clonal Selection from First Principlesp. 18
Density Preservation and Vector Quantization in Immune-Inspired Algorithmsp. 33
Immune Inspired Information Filtering in a High Dimensional Spacep. 47
On the Benefits of Aging and the Importance of Detailsp. 61
Classifying in the Presence of Uncertainty: A DCA Perspectivep. 75
Insights into the Antigen Sampling Component of the Dendritic Cell Algorithmp. 88
FDCM: A Fuzzy Dendritic Cell Methodp. 102
Modular RADAR: An Immune System Inspired Search and Response Strategy for Distributed Systemsp. 116
Applied Artificial Immune Systems
A Faster Clonal Selection Algorithm for Expensive Optimization Problemsp. 130
An Information-Theoretic Approach for Clonal Selection Algorithmsp. 144
Antibodies with Adaptive Radius as Prototypes of High-Dimensional Datasetsp. 158
GAIS: A Gaussian Artificial Immune System for Continuous Optimizationp. 171
An Immune Algorithm for Minimum Interference Channel Assignment in Multi-radio Wireless Mesh Networksp. 185
A Developmental and Immune-Inspired Dynamic Task Allocation Algorithm for Microprocessor Array Systemsp. 199
An Immunological Algorithm for Doping Profile Optimization in Semiconductors Designp. 213
QML-AiNet: An Immune-Inspired Network Approach to Qualitative Model Learningp. 223
Biomedical Article Classification Using an Agent-Based Model of T-Cell Cross-Regulationp. 237
An Artificial Immune System Approach for Artificial Chemistries Based on Set Rewritingp. 250
Further Experimentation with Hybrid Immune Inspired Network Intrusion Detectionp. 264
Danger Theory and Intrusion Detection: Possibilities and Limitations of the Analogyp. 276
Electronic Fraud Detection for Video-on-Demand System Using Hybrid Immunology-Inspired Algorithmsp. 290
PerAda Workshop on Novel Applications of Bio-inspired Computing to Pervasive Adaptive Systems
Converging Bio-inspired Robotics and Socio-inspired Agents for Intelligent Transportation Systemsp. 304
On Homeostasis in Collective Robotic Systemsp. 307
Can a Developmental AIS Provide Immunity to a Multi-cellular Robotics System?p. 310
Using Virtual Embryogenesis for Structuring Controllersp. 312
Towards Self-aware PerAda Systemsp. 314
Is Receptor Degeneracy Suitable for Automatic Response Decisions in Ad Hoc Networks?p. 317
Biochemically-Inspired Emergent Computationp. 320
Nature-Inspired Adaptivity in Communication and Learningp. 323
Symbiotic Cognitive Networks: A Proposalp. 326
Author Indexp. 329
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