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6382CFP - Special Issue on Nature Inspired Cooperative Strategies for Optimization - Journal of Memetic Computing

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  • Antonio D. Masegosa
    Feb 10, 2014
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      ******** APOLOGIES FOR MULTIPLE COPIES **********


      Special Issue on
      Nature Inspired Cooperative Strategies for Optimization


      * * * GUEST EDITORS * * *

      - Dr. Fernando Otero, University of Kent, UK (F.E.B.Otero@...)
      - Dr. Antonio D. Masegosa, University of Granada, Spain
      - Dr. German Terrazas, University of Nottingham, UK

      * * * IMPORTANT DATES * * *

      - Manuscript Submission: 1st March 2014
      - Notification of Acceptance: 14th April 2014
      - Submission of Camera Ready Version: 31st May 2014

      NICSO 2013 was the sixth edition of the International Workshop on Nature
      Inspired Cooperative Strategies for Optimization. The NICSO workshop
      aims to foster a deeper investigation and a vigorous exchange of ideas
      about emerging research areas on problem solving strategies where nature
      plays a key role as source of inspiration. The aim of this special issue
      is to reflect the most recent advances in the field. Topics of interests
      include (but are not limited to):

      - Adaptive Behaviour
      - Ants Colonies
      - Amorphous Computing
      - Artificial Life
      - Artificial Immune Systems
      - Bioinformatics
      - Bio-inspired architecture
      - Biological and Chemical IT
      - Complex Systems
      - Distributed Computing
      - Evolutionary Robotics
      - Evolvable Systems
      - Games and Game Theory
      - Genetic Algorithms
      - Genetic Programming
      - Hyperheuristics
      - Membrane Computing
      - Memetic Algorithms
      - Quantum Computing
      - Software Self-Assembly
      - Systems Biology
      - Systems Co-evolution
      - Swarm Intelligence

      All submissions will be peer reviewed subject to the standards of the
      journal. Authors of accepted papers to NICSO 2013 are also invited to
      submit their contribution for publication in this special issue.
      Manuscripts based on already published NICSO 2013 papers must be
      extended substantially.


      Manuscripts should have approximately 20 pages and must comply with the
      author guidelines of the Memetic Computing journal. An online submission
      system is available at https://www.editorialmanager.com/meme. Please
      specify on the first page of your manuscript that the submission is
      intended for this thematic issue.

      Antonio D. Masegosa Arredondo, Ph.D.
      Models of Decision and Optimization (MODO) Research Group
      Center for Research on ICT
      University of Granada

      http://www.nicso2013.org NICSO 2013, 2-4 Sept Canterbury, UK

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