Tenth Workshop of Hybrid Intelligent Systems


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.


María de Lourdes Yolanda Margain Fuentes – Universidad Politécnica de Aguascalientes (Chair).

Alberto Ochoa O. Zezzatti – Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez (Co-chair).

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

Julio Cesar Ponce Gallegos – Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes (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 Autónoma de Aguascalientes

José Crispín Zavala Díaz - Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos

Federico Alonso Pecina - Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos

Ricardo Mendoza –  Instituto Tecnológico de Aguascalientes.

Vicente García – Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez

Ricardo Martínez-Pelaez  – Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez

Tsutomu Shohdohji – Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Fernando Montes – Universidad Veracruzana

Miguel Pérez Ramírez – Instituto Nacional de Electricidad y Energías Limpias

Yasmín Hernández Pérez – Instituto Nacional de Electricidad y Energías Limpias





Session encouraged topics including, but are not limited to:


· 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.

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



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 between 8 and 12 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, 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 27th


Expression of interest: registration of draft abstracts

September 8th


Uploading of full text for registered papers

September 22th



September 30th



October 6th


Registration deadline


October 23th


10th HIS Workshop






We are going to prepare an issue for the Journal Research in Computing Science, an open access research journal on Computer Science and Computer Engineering.


Payment details
You need to pay Workshop (author): MXN 1800 pesos (USD 100), plus bank fees depending on your bank

Please transfer the fee to any of the following accounts in Mexican pesos:


    Bank: BBVA Bancomer,

    Account: 0194625285,

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    Beneficiary: Sociedad Mexicana de Inteligencia Artificial, A.C.




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As payment details please use:


    Main conference: "MICAI 2017 paper <your paper ID>" (paper ID is assigned by EasyChair), for example: "MICAI 2017 paper 987".


    Workshop authors: "MICAI 2017 workshop <workshop abbreviation> paper <paper title or first several words of it>", for example: "MICAI 2017 workshop WILE paper A Novel Method for Fuzzy Control of".


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Upon payment, please send a message at, with the subject "Payment MICAI 2017 paper <your paper ID>", and attach the payment proof (either a receipt generated by the online system or a scanned image of a physical receipt). In the body of the message please indicate the paper number and title. Please send a copy your e-mail to


Please also keep the payment proof (a printout or the physical receipt) and show it at the registration desk when you come to the conference.







Implementing Internet of things to help reduce traffic accidents in a smart city.

Lemasi Martínez, Rocio Maciel, Victor Larios et al.


Optimization of a Production Process from Demand and Number of Defective Units Through Diffused Logic and Genetic Algorithms.

Christian A. Mejía Ramírez


Steering wheel control in lane departure warning system.

Maximiliano Hernández García Rojas


An improved narrative model to a Serious Game in a multimodal avatar.

Silvia Husted et al.


Representation of learning strategies through visual techniques of multivariate analysis in university students.

María Arely López Garrido


Intelligent logistics based on multi-agent systems using

the Plant Self-Defense Algorithm and cultural algorithms

to optimize evacuation in an industrial warehouse.

Diego Hurtado et al.


Solution of the schedule allocation with Gray Wolf Metaheuristics (GWO), applying evolutionary parameters.

Humberto Muñoz Bautista et al.


Multivariate analysis of university student engagement through visualization techniques.

Erika Yunuen Morales Mateos


Heuristic Mechanism for Drone Swarm Auto-organization.

Juan Muñoz et al.


Solving the capacitated vehicle routing problem in a shared bicycle system of a smart city.

Edgar Gonzalo Cossio Franco


Implementing a model of social network analysis with marketing.

Jacqueline Ramos, Lourdes Margain, Ernesto Pasillas and Alejandro Melchor


Design and Implementation of a CVRP simulator by means of Genetic Algorithms.

Ivan Ramírez et al.


Development of a Serious Games for Asperger's Syndrome, based on a bio-inspired algorithm to measure empathy performance.

Alejandro Lara et al.


Implementation of a simulation model for ROV in a decision task problem.

Fernando Aldana-Franco, Fernando Montes, Alberto Ochoa


Fighting Cyberbullying Types with Random Forest: A Proposal.

Josué Hernández, Alejandra Flores, Guadalupe Gutiérrez and Marco Álvarez


Intelligent internetworking tutoring system by using Adaline neuron and Mel cepstral coefficients.

Ruiz Jaimes Miguel Márquez Salazar Diego, Beltran Labra Rodrigo, Ruiz Vanoye Jorge ,Toledo Navarro Yadira


Proposal of humanitarian rescue logistics in amassive fire in an industrial warehouse

Edgar Rodríguez Cumplido, Sandra Elizabeth León Sosa, Miguel Ángel Ruiz Jaimes

Lourdes Margain Fuentes, Cornelio Morales Morales



Any question or doubt please contact to Lourdes Margain ( ) with “HIS 2017” subject.