There will be five theme specific workshops at the conference: the DEVS workshop, the Ecology Workshop, the Bond Graph Workshop and the Artificial Neural Networks Workshop and the Multi-Agent Modelling and Simulation in Industry and the Environment.
The DEVS Workshop will cover: Extensions to the DEVS formalism, DEVS and Distributed DEVS frameworks, DEVS-based next generation VHDL, DEVS standardization , DEVS applications.
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The Ecology Workshop The main goal is to enhance the transdisciplinarity and to facilitate contacts and dialogs between computer scientists and specialists of Environmental Sciences. Since 10 years the modelling process took benefits from recent (and less recent) techniques of computer science : Object-Oriented Languages, Discrete Event Simulation, Concepts of Agent and Actor, Fuzzy Logic, UML, model - GIS interface, Web-based simulation... Many, many simulators were built in the wide spectra of environment managing, predictive models of forest growth, fishing, climate and other biological processes.
Papers dealing with ecological modelling (in a large sense) are welcome. As for instance few topics are indicated : Applications : :Environment managing, Waste managing, Ecosystem dynamics (terrestrial and oceanographic ecology) Population dynamics (diseases & epidemics, changes in biodiversity, genome, predator-prey relationships, fishing...), Population behaviour, Individual behaviour, involving methodologies such as : Artificial Intelligence, Distributed Interactive Simulation High-Performance Computing Languages , Modelling Techniques, Simulation Methodologies & Tools , Synthetic Environment , Virtual Reality , Petri nets DEVS and Bond Graphs
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The Bond Graph Workshop will bring experts together for the purpose of discussing new concepts, methods, techniques tools and applications of this energy-based modeling methodology. Papers dealing with all aspects of the use of bond graphs in system design, analysis, and control are welcome. The workshop will provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of recent research and applications of the Bond Graph methodology.
Research papers are welcome in the following categories of presentation: Tutorials, Panel Discussions, Software and Tools, Bond Graph Theory, Advanced Bond Graph Methodology, Bond Graphs and Block Diagrams, Computer Graphics and Bond Graph Modeling, Qualitative Modeling, Mechatronics Systems, Mechanical Systems and Robotics, Electrical and Power Systems, Control Systems, Thermal and Chemical Systems, Biomechanics and Prosthetics, Ecological Systems, Biological and Medical Systems, Social and Economic Systems, Industrial Applications, Large, Nonlinear Models
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The Artificial Neural Networks Workshop will provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of recent research and applications of artificial neural networks such as in machine learning, data analysis and simulation. The aim of the workshop is to encourage and facilitate interdisciplinary communication amongst university and industry professionals in applying ANN.
Papers dealing with ANN applications (in a large sense) are welcome. As for instance few topics are indicated: Classification, Data analysis, Fault tolerance, Forecasting, Knowledge acquisition, Economics and Finance, Planning, Pretreatment of the data, Process control, Robotics, Speech and image recognition, Web intelligence, involving methodologies such as : Hybrid systems (GA, fuzzy, symbolic representation, Methods or tools for evaluating ANN performance, Reinforcement Learning, Simulation tools (research, education, development), ...
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The Multi-Agent Modelling and Simulation in Industry and the Environment workshop.
Submit your paper proposal for the Multiagent Modeling and Simulation in Industry and the Environment Workshop here
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