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Foundations on natural and artificial computation [electronic resource] : 4th International Work-Conference on the Interplay between Natural and Artificial Computation, IWINAC 2011 La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain, May 30-June 3, 2011, proceedings /
José Manuel Ferrández, José Ramón Álvarez Sánchez, Félix de la Paz, F. Javier Toledo (eds.).
imprint
Heidelberg : Springer, [2011]
description
2 volumes : illustrations ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9783642213434
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The two volumes, LNCS 6686 resp. LNCS 6687, constitute the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Work-Conference on the Interplay between Natural and Artificial Computation, IWINAC 2011, held in La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain, in May/June 2011.The 108 revised full papers presented in LNCS 6686 resp. LNCS 6687 were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The first part, LNCS 6686, entitled "Foundations on Natural and Artificial Computation", includes all the contributions mainly related to the methodological, conceptual, formal, and experimental developments in the fields of neurophysiology and cognitive science. The second part, LNCS 6687, entitled "New Challenges on Bioinspired Applications", contains the papers related to bioinspired programming strategies and all the contributions related to the computational solutions to engineering problems in different application domains, specially Health applications, including the CYTED ''Artificial and Natural Computation for Health'' (CANS) research network papers.
Table of Contents
Complex Neuro-Cognitive Systemsp. 1
A Markov Model of Conditional Associative Learning in a Cognitive Behavioural Scenariop. 10
General Theory of Exobehaviours: A New Proposal to Unify Behaviorsp. 20
Bio-inspired Decentralized Self-coordination Algorithms for Multi-heterogeneous Specialized Tasks Distribution in Multi-Robot Systemsp. 30
An Incremental Model of Lexicon Consensus in a Population of Agents by Means of Grammatical Evolution, Reinforcement Learning and Semantic Rulesp. 40
Towards an Evolutionary Design of Modular Robots for Industryp. 50
Grammar-Guided Evolutionary Construction of Bayesian Networksp. 60
A Novel Linear Cellular Automata-Based Data Clustering Algorithmp. 70
Probabilistic versus Incremental Presynaptic Learning in Biologically Plausible Synapsesp. 80
Dynamics of a Three Neurons Network with Excitatory-Inhibitory Interactionsp. 90
The Reversal Potential of Inhibitory Synapses Strongly Impacts the Dynamics of Neural Networksp. 100
Doman's Inclined Floor Method for Early Motor Organization Simulated with a Four Neurons Robotp. 109
On the Biological Plausibility of Artificial Metaplasticityp. 119
Dynamic Model of the dLGN Push-Pull Circuitryp. 129
Task-Driven Species in Evolutionary Robotic Teamsp. 138
Concurrent Modular Q-Learning with Local Rewards on Linked Multi-Component Robotic Systemsp. 148
Coordination of Communication in Robot Teams by Reinforcement Learningp. 156
Self-organized Multi-agent System for Robot Deployment in Unknown Environmentsp. 165
Selective Method Based on Auctions for Map Inspection by Robotic Teamsp. 175
Study of a Multi-Robot Collaborative Task through Reinforcement Learningp. 185
Design of Social Agentsp. 192
Event-Based System for Generation of Traffic Services in Road Congestionsp. 202
User-Friendly Robot Environment for Creation of Social Scenariosp. 212
Online Feature Weighting for Human Discrimination in a Person Following Robotp. 222
Improving Area Center Robot Navigation Using a Novel Range Scan Segmentation Methodp. 233
Analysis of EEC Mapping Images to Differentiate Mental Tasks in Brain-Computer Interfacesp. 246
Design of a Hemispherical Antenna Array Receiver for Medical Applicationsp. 256
Long Term Modulation and Control of Neuronal Firing in Excitable Tissue Using Optogeneticsp. 266
Classification Tree Generation Constrained with Variable Weightsp. 274
Arithmetical Metabolic P Systemsp. 284
Simulating Accepting Networks of Evolutionary Processors with Filtered Connections by Accepting Evolutionary P Systems (Extended Abstract)p. 295
Towards the Automatic Programming of NEPsp. 303
Bio-inspired Grammatical Inferencep. 313
Differential Evolution for Protein Structure Prediction Using the HP Modelp. 323
A Preliminary Study on the Prediction of Human Protein Functionsp. 334
Evaluating Case Selection Algorithms for Analogical Reasoning Systemsp. 344
On the Use of Human-Guided Evolutionary Algorithms for Tackling 2D Packing Problemsp. 354
Particle Swarm Optimisation for Open Shop Problems with Fuzzy Durationsp. 362
Design of Emergent and Adaptive Virtual Players in a War RTS Gamep. 372
Decision Tree-Based Algorithms for Implementing Bot AI in UT2004p. 383
Neural Networks versus Genetic Algorithms as Medical Classifiersp. 393
Complexity Changes in Human Wrist Temperature Circadian Rhythms through Ageningp. 401
Radial Basis Function Neural Network for Classification of Quantitative EEG in Patients with Advanced Chronic Renal Failurep. 411
Bayesian Network-Based Model for the Diagnosis of Deterioration of Semantic Content Compatible with Alzheimer's Diseasep. 419
Localization and Segmentation of the Optic Nerve Head in Eye Fundus Images Using Pyramid Representation and Genetic Algorithmsp. 431
A Multisensory Monitoring and Interpretation Framework Based on the Model-View-Controller Paradigmp. 441
Agent-Based Development of Multisensory Monitoring Systemsp. 451
Clustering of Trajectories in Video Surveillance Using Growing Neural Gasp. 461
Human Action Recognition Based on Tracking Featuresp. 471
Modeling and Discovering Occupancy Patterns in Sensor Networks Using Latent Dirichlet Allocationp. 481
Multicamera Action Recognition with Canonical Correlation Analysis and Discriminative Sequence Classificationp. 491
Low-Power Bed / Seat Occupancy Sensor Based on EMFip. 501
Protocol Integration for Intelligent Monitoring Applications in Wireless Sensor Networksp. 511
Event Detection and Fusion Model for Semantic Interpretation of Monitored Scenarios within ASIMS Architecturep. 521
Proposal for Extending New Linked Data Rules for the Semantic Webp. 531
AW ARDprime: An Adaptive Web Based-Tool Prototype for Neurocognitive Individualized Assessment and Trainingp. 540
Automated Mapping of Observation Archetypes to SNOMED CT Conceptsp. 550
Author Indexp. 563
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