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Call for Papers

MOC 2006

The 1st International Workshop on Multi-Objective Cybernetics
August 18-19, 2006, Helsinki, Finland

Co-organized with:
1. WSYS 2006- The 1st Int. Workshop on Systems and Complexity
2. IEEE- ICCC 2006 - The 4th IEEE Int. Conf. on Computational Cybernetics


Motivation
This workshop deals with Multi-objective Problems (MOPs) in biological, artificial, and mixed (interacting) systems. It concerns analogies, with respect to MOPs, between the natural and the artificial. Such analogies could possibly support learning from nature to improve the design of artificial systems, and learning from the development of artificial systems to better understand nature.
MOPs are known to be important in fields such as operation research and engineering design, as well as in various scientific topics. Recent developments in computational tools for MOPs, and in particular Multi-objective Evolutionary Algorithms (MOEA), provide an opportunity for the cybernetic research community to explore cybernetics in the framework of MOP. In fact, there is much evidence of increasing interest in MOPs with respect to the development of artificial systems. It is expected that such developments would help understanding nature.
The planned workshop is intended to become a meeting place for MOP researchers from engineering and science, MOP researchers from academy and industry, as well as for developers of computational tools for MOP. It is expected that MOC 2006 will support synergy among the attendants that will lead to new developments in MOC.

Topics of Interest
MOPs in Nature and in Evolution Theories, MOPs in Engineering and Artistic Design, MOPs in Behavior and Cognitive Systems, MOPs in Psychology, MOPs in mixed Morphology and Behavior problems, MOPs in mixed Morphology and Cognition problems, MOPs in Natural and in Artificial Sensing and Attention, MOPs in Bio-mechanics and in the Mechanics and Control of Robots, MOPs in Interactive Systems, Robustness issues in MOPs, MOPs in Learning and Adaptation, MOPs in Social Sciences and in Multi-agent Technology, Concept-based MOP in Natural and Artificial Systems, MOPs in Natural and Artificial Production Systems, MOPS in Eco-systems, MOPs in Bio-Informatics in Chem-Informatics as well as in Informatics at-large, Multi-objective Optimization vs. Multi-criteria approaches in Natural and Artificial Systems, etc.

Authorís Schedule
Deadline for proposals for special sessions and tutorials: April 15, 2006
Deadline for submission of papers: April 15, 2006
Notification of acceptance: May 5, 2006
Registration deadline: May 15, 2006
Deadline for submission of final manuscripts: June 16, 2006

General Chair

Amiram Moshaiov, Tel-Aviv University, Israel; e-mail: moshaiov@eng.tau.ac.il

International Program Committee and other details on:

The workshop website: http://plectics.org