Ninth Workshop of Hybrid Intelligent Systems

In this edition applications of artificial intelligence in energy and electric industry are welcome

 

Hybrid Intelligent Systems try to deal with the complexity of real world phenomena, with a multidisciplinary approach and a plurality of techniques. The complex systems where they are applied cover: biology, medicine, logistics, management, engineering, humanities, among others. All characterized by the difficulty of modeling their usual problems by classical methods. In this framework, this workshop is aimed at discussing research on progress working with social interactions, by using agents or any artificial intelligence technique. Therefore, it will focus on social simulation and dynamic social network systems. It also covers the Hybrid Systems with the capability to hold a negotiation about a specific topic, demonstrate reputation using diverse models, with argumentation procedures as a way for reaching agreements during the negotiation process.

Chair/Co-Chair

Julio Cesar Ponce Gallegos – Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes (Chair).

Alberto Ochoa O. Zezzatti – Maestría en Cómputo Aplicado, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez (Co-chair).

José Alberto Hernández Aguilar - Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos (Co-Chair).

 

Program Committee

Aurora Torres Soto - Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes

Dolores Torres Soto - Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes

Fátima Sayuri Quezada Aguilera– Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes.

Francisco Javier Ornelas Zapata – Universidad Politécnica de Aguascalientes.

José Crispín Zavala Díaz – Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos

Nodari Vakhania – Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos

Ricardo Mendoza –  Instituto Tecnológico de Aguascalientes.

Vicente García – Maestría en Cómputo Aplicado UACJ

Ricardo Martínez-Pelaez  – Maestría en Cómputo Aplicado UACJ

Tsutomu Shohdohji – Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Fernando Montes – Universidad Veracruzana

Yasmín Hernández – Instituto de Investigaciones Eléctricas

 

 

Topics

Session encouraged topics including, but are not limited to:

 

· Social Networks in HIS.

· HIS for Argumentation and Negotiation.

· Agent-Based Social Simulation, specially using Soft Computing Techniques.

· Theoretical Approaches with Social Network Analysis (e.g. Studies on Blogosphere and Virtual Communities).

· Applications on Virtual Social Networks (Web 2.0, P2P, Orkut, Myspace).

· Virtual and Intelligent Games based on Artificial Societies (like RPGs).

· Social Data Mining.

· Artificial Societies and Social Simulation.

. Artificial Intelligence in energy and electric industry

· Other application domains: Blogs, Cultural Aspects, Web Fan Clubs, Topic Communities, Opinion Dynamics, Diffusion Networks, Consumer Behavior.

 

Contributions

Original contributions are sought in the area of the topics covered by this Workshop. All submissions will be refereed by experts on the field based in originality, significance, quality and clarity. Every submitted paper to this Workshop will be reviewed by at least two members of the Program Committee.

 

Papers must be prepared according to the LNCS-LNAI style template (only MS-WORD format) and the length should be no longer than 8 pages including figures and bibliography.

 

NOTICE: At least one author of each accepted paper must register in order for the paper to be included in the Proceedings.

 

Submission Details

In order to submit a paper electronically, authors must enter Easychair of this workshop https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=his20160, this information will be published on official site. The paper, in PDF format, has to be attached and the body of the message should contain the following data:

 

 

Important Dates

August 1st

 

Expression of interest: registration of draft abstracts

August 15th

 

Uploading of full text for registered papers

August 29th

 

Notification

September 7

 

Camera-ready

 

 

 

October 24

 

9th HIS Workshop

 

 

 

 

 Program

 Horarios de presentaciones del IX HIS Workshop at MICAI2016

 

9:00 9:20

 

Development of a workshop for the use of a tool for machine learning and data mining Lourdes

Margain, Jacqueline Ramos.

 

9:20 9:40

 

Equations for describing behavior tables in thermodynamics using Geneting Programming: Saturated

water and Steam Table Martin Montes et al.

 

9:40 10:00

 

Improving travels of the public transport system of Guadalajara using ACO” Edgar Cossio et al.

 

10:20 10:40

 

Una comparativa representada en forma de radar del compromiso estudiantil universitario en

licenciaturas en tecnologías” Erika Morales et al.

 

10:40 11:00

 

Comparativo de estrategias de aprendizaje de estudiantes de Licenciatura en Enfermería” Arely López et al.

 

11:00 11:20    RECESO

 

11:20 11:40

 

Simulation Models to facilitate the learning of design of experiments Julio Burelo et al.

 

11:40 12:00

 

"Caracterización de una embarcación zozobrando en un ambiente lacustre" Pablo Rodas, Edgar Gil, Peter Oropeza & Diego Hurtado.

 

12:20 12:40

 

Optimización Inteligente de un Simulador de Negocios utilizando Redes Bayesianas” Ivan Ramirez et al.

 

12:40 13:00

 

“DESIGN OF A TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE FOR LARGE VOLUMES OF DATA IN AN INTELLIGENT NETWORK POWER. Guillermo Escobedo & Norma Jácome

 

13:00 13:20

Implementation of a security model for maleware based on Artificial Immune System” Santiago Yip, Alberto Hernández & Alberto Ochoa

 

13:20 13:40

Using a Serious Games to help with socializing children identified with Asperger Syndrome” Alejandro Lara, Jorge Rodas & Alberto Ochoa

 

Any question or doubt please contact to José Alberto Hernández Aguilar (jose_hernandez@uaem.mx ) with “HIS 2016” subject.