Issue 5 • Sept. 2012
Table of contentsPublication Year: 2012, Page(s): C1| |PDF (89 KB)
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics—Part C: Applications and Reviews publication informationPublication Year: 2012, Page(s): C2| |PDF (135 KB)
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The seven full papers and one technical correspondence in this special issue focus on the engineering applications of memetic computing. View full abstract»
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In science, gene provides the instruction for making proteins, while meme is the sociocultural equivalent of a gene containing instructions for carrying out behavior. Taking inspiration from nature, we model the memeplex in search as instructions that specify the coadapted meme complexes of individuals in their lifetime. In particular, this paper presents a study on the conceptual modeling of meme... View full abstract»
Quantum Memetic Evolutionary Algorithm-Based Low-Complexity Signal Detection for Underwater Acoustic Sensor NetworksPublication Year: 2012, Page(s):626 - 640
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Modern communication engineering has brought forward impractical requirements on powerful computation engines as well as simple implementations. Apparently, the two aspects are contradicted in most realistic applications. Because of the dispersive multipath propagation in underwater acoustic channels, traditional coherent and adaptive receivers are computationally intensive and, hence, inapplicabl... View full abstract»
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Lack of exploration capability of biogeography-based optimization (BBO) leads to slow convergence. To address this limitation, this paper presents a memetic algorithm (MA), namely, aBBOmDE, which is a new version of BBO to solve both complex and noncomplex economic load dispatch (ELD) problems of thermal plant. In aBBOmDE, the performance of BBO is accelerated by using a modified mutation and clea... View full abstract»
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In this paper, we propose a method, using multivalued decision diagrams (MDDs), to obtain motion representation of humanoid robots. Kanoh et al. have proposed a method, which uses multiterminal binary decision diagrams (MTBDDs), to acquire robot controller. However, nonterminal vertices of MTBDDs can only treat values of 0 or 1; multiple variables are needed to represent a single joint angle. This... View full abstract»
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University course timetabling problem (UCTP) is considered to be a hard combinatorial optimization problem to assign a set of events to a set of rooms and timeslots. Although several methods have been investigated, due to the nature of UCTP, memetic computing techniques have been more effective. A key feature of memetic computing is the hybridization of a population-based global search and the loc... View full abstract»
A Hybrid Estimation of Distribution Algorithm with Decomposition for Solving the Multiobjective Multiple Traveling Salesman ProblemPublication Year: 2012, Page(s):682 - 691
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Evolutionary multiobjective optimization with decomposition, in which the algorithm is not required to differentiate between the dominated and nondominated solutions, is one of the promising approaches in dealing with multiple conflicting objectives. In this paper, the estimation of distribution algorithm (EDA) is integrated into the decomposition framework. The search behavior of the algorithm is... View full abstract»
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A memetic algorithm, a novel approach for solving NP-hard problems, has been applied in this paper for grammatical inference in the field of domain-specific languages (DSLs). DSLs are often designed by domain experts who have no knowledge about the syntax and semantics of programming languages. However, they are able to write sample programs to accomplish their goals and illustrate the features of... View full abstract»
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Services in ambient intelligence (AmI) environments should adapt to contextual information (context-aware) of users and environment in a nonintrusive and natural way. Location-aware, i.e., the user location, is one of the most important pieces in context-aware. According to this premise, a location-based service (LBS) using radio frequency identification technology is presented. The service is bas... View full abstract»
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Research in face recognition has continuously been challenged by extrinsic (head pose, lighting conditions) and intrinsic (facial expression, aging) sources of variability. While many survey papers on face recognition exist, in this paper, we focus on a comparative study of 3-D face recognition under expression variations. As a first contribution, 3-D face databases with expressions are listed, an... View full abstract»
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Over the past decades, machine learning techniques, such as supervised learning, reinforcement learning, and unsupervised learning, have been increasingly used in the control engineering community. Various learning algorithms have been developed to achieve autonomous operation and intelligent decision making for many complex and challenging control problems. One of such problems is bipedal walking... View full abstract»
Hybridizing Differential Evolution and Particle Swarm Optimization to Design Powerful Optimizers: A Review and TaxonomyPublication Year: 2012, Page(s):744 - 767
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Differential evolution (DE) and particle swarm optimization (PSO) are two formidable population-based optimizers (POs) that follow different philosophies and paradigms, which are successfully and widely applied in scientific and engineering research. The hybridization between DE and PSO represents a promising way to create more powerful optimizers, especially for specific problem solving. In the p... View full abstract»
Autonomous Adaptive and Active Tuning Up of the Dissolved Oxygen Setpoint in a Wastewater Treatment Plant Using Reinforcement LearningPublication Year: 2012, Page(s):768 - 774
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The aim of this paper is to face one of the main problems in the control of wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). It appears that the control system does not respond as it should because of changes on influent load or flow. In that case, it is required that a plant operator tunes up the parameters of the plant. The dissolved oxygen setpoint is one of those parameters. In this paper, we present a mo... View full abstract»
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Traditional restaurant service is typically passive: Waiters must interact with customers directly before processing their orders. However, a high-quality service system should be customer centered; it should immediately recognize customer identities, favorite menus, and expenditure records to provide customer-centric services. To achieve this goal, this study integrates radio frequency identifica... View full abstract»
Special Issue on Biometric Technology, Systems and ApplicationsPublication Year: 2012, Page(s): 788| |PDF (122 KB)
IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society InformationPublication Year: 2012, Page(s): C3| |PDF (28 KB)
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics—Part C: Applications and Reviews information for authorsPublication Year: 2012, Page(s): C4| |PDF (36 KB)
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