Papers accepted

(alphabetically ordered by author names)

1) Hanadi Alkhudhayr and Jason Steggles. A Formal Framework for Composing Qualitative Models of Biological Systems
2) Witold Bołt, Aleksander Bołt, Barbara Wolnik, Jan Baetens and Bernard De Baets. Statistical approach to the identification of diploid cellular automata
3) Henning Bordihn, Victor Mitrana, Andrei Paun and Mihaela Paun. Networks of Polarized Splicing Processors
4) Josef Chaloupka and Karel Paleček. Study of Machine Vision Application in Broadcast Transcription System
5) Roberto De Prisco, Delfina Malandrino, Gianluca Zaccagnino, Rocco Zaccagnino and Zizza Rosalba. Splicing-inspired recognition and composition of musical collectives styles
6) Prasenjit Dey, Abhijit Ghosh and Tandra Pal. Regularized Stacked Auto-encoder based Pre-training for Generalization of Multi-layer Perceptron
7) Alejandro Díaz-Caro and Gilles Dowek. Typing quantum superpositions and measurement
8) Alessandra Di Pierro, Riccardo Mengoni, Rajagopal Nagarajan and David Windridge. Hamming Distance Kernelisation via Topological Quantum Computation
9) David Fagan and Michael O'Neill. Exploring Target Change Related Fitness Reduction in The Moving Point Dynamic Environment
10) Agostino Forestiero. A smart discovery service in Internet of Things using Swarm Intelligence
11) Petr Hajek and Ondrej Prochazka. Learning Interval-Valued Fuzzy Cognitive Maps with PSO algorithm for Abnormal Stock Return Prediction
12) Krzysztof Jurczuk, Marcin Czajkowski and Marek Kretowski. GPU-accelerated evolutionary induction of regression trees
13) Titus Klinge, James Lathrop and Samuel Ellis. Robust Combinatorial Circuits in Chemical Reaction Networks
14) Tibor Kmet and Maria Kmetova. Bezier Curve Parameterization Methods for Solving Optimal Control Problems
15) Manasi S. Kulkarni, Kalpana Mahalingam and Ananda Chandra Nayak. Watson-Crick Partial Words
16) Alicja Mieszkowicz-Rolka and Leszek Rolka. Fuzzy Linguistic Labels in Multi-Expert Decision Making
17) Lukas Pastorek and Michael O'Neill. Historical Markings in Neuroevolution of Augmenting Topologies Revisited
18) Katarzyna Poczęta, Łukasz Kubuś and Alexander Yastrebov. An Evolutionary Algorithm Based on Graph Theory Metrics for Fuzzy Cognitive Maps Learning
19) Julia Pulwicki and Christophe Godin. Modeling Curvature Effects Using L-Systems: From Discrete and Deterministic to Continuous and Stochastic
20) Michela Quadrini, Rosario Culmone and Emanuela Merelli. Topological Classification of RNA Structures via Intersection Graph
21) Zbigniew Suraj and Piotr Grochowalski. Fuzzy Petri Nets with Linear Orders for Intervals
22) Yossi Weinstein, Nayeli Azucena Rodriguez-Bríones, Raymond Laflamme and Tal Mor. Heat-Bath Algorithmic Cooling with Correlated-Qubits Relaxation
23) Pak-Kan Wong, Man-Leung Wong and Kwong-Sak Leung. Long-Short Term Memory Network for RNA Structure Profiling Super-Resolution
24) Shenggen Zheng, Daowen Qiu and Jozef Gruska. Time-space complexity advantages for quantum computing