Late-breaking Abstracts

Title Authors
A Bi-objective memetic algorithm proposal for solving the minimum sum coloring problemOlfa Harrabi (Higher Institute Of Management Of Tunis, University of Tunis, Tunisia), Ezzeddine Fatnassi (Institut Supérieur de Gestion de Tunis Université de Tunis), Hend Bouziri (ESSEC, University of Tunis. Tunisia), Jouhaina Chaouachi (IHEC Carthage Présidence-2016 Tunis, Tunisia)
A Novel Iterative Improvement Pivoting Rule for Local Search HeuristicsSaad BOUGRINE (Faculty of Science, Mohammed V University), Mohamed Amine EL MAJDOULI (Faculty of Science, Mohammed V University), Abdelhakim Ameur EL IMRANI (Faculty of Science, Mohammed V University)
An Approach of Satellite Periodic Continuous Observation Task Scheduling Based on Evolutionary Computation"Hao Chen (National University of Defense Technology), Chun Du (National University of Defense Technology), Jun Li (National University of Defense Technology), Ning Jing (National University of Defense Technology), Lingfeng Wang (National University of Defense Technology)
An Efficient Vector-Growth Decomposition Algorithm for Cooperative Coevolution in Solving Large Scale ProblemsChen An (Xi'an Jiaotong University), Ren Zhigang (Xi'an Jiaotong University)
BBIOS: A Characterization of Evolutionary Algorithm StabilityMatthew J. Craven (Plymouth University), Simon P. Martin (Brighstone)
Discovering Weekly Seasonality for Water Demand Prediction using Evolutionary AlgorithmsPiotr Lipinski (Computational Intelligence Research Group, Institute of Computer Science, Univeristy of Wroclaw), Patryk Filipiak (Computational Intelligence Research Group, Institute of Computer Science, Univeristy of Wroclaw), Pawel Rychlikowski (Computational Intelligence Research Group, Institute of Computer Science, Univeristy of Wroclaw), Justyna Stanczyk (Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences), Joanna Kajewska-Szkudlarek (Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences), Janusz Lomotowski (Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences), Tomasz Konieczny (MPWiK)
Exploring the (Efficient) Frontiers of Portfolio OptimizationMatthew J. Craven (Plymouth University), David I. Graham (Plymouth University)
General Aspect-based Selection Concept for Multi- and Many-objective Molecular OptimizationSusanne Rosenthal (Steinbeis Center BG), Markus Borschbach (Steinbeis Center BG)
Hierarchical Pattern Mining Based On Swarm IntelligenceKazuaki Tsuboi (The University of Electro-Communications), Satoshi Suga (The University of Electro-Communications), Satoshi Kurihara (The University of Electro-Communications)
Melody Composition Using Geometric Crossover for Variable-length EncodingYong-Wook Nam (Kwangwoon Univ.), Yong-Hyuk Kim (Kwangwoon Univ.)
Multi-document Summarization using Evolutionary Multi-objective OptimizationChihoon Jung (KAIST), Rituparna Datta (KAIST), Aviv Segev (KAIST)
Optimization of Solid Waste Collection: Two ACO ApproachesKatya Rodríguez-Vázquez (IIMAS-UNAM), Beatriz Garro-Licón (IIMAS-UNAM), Elizabeth Mancera-Galván (IIMAS-UNAM)
Optimizing LSTM Recurrent Neural Networks Using Ant Colony Optimization to Predict Aircraft Engine VibrationAbdElRahman ElSaid (University of North Dakota), Travis Desell (University of North Dakota), Fatima El Jamiy (University of North Dakota), James Higgins (University of North Dakota), Brandon Wild (University of North Dakota)
Social Trends in the Iterated Prisoner's DilemmaJessica Finocchiaro (Florida Southern College), H. David Mathias (Florida Southern College)
Solving A Large Sudoku by Co-evolving NumeralsJeffrey Horn (Northern Michigan University)
Solving Order/Degree Problems by Using EDA-GKHisashi Handa (Kindai University), Ryoichi Hasegawa (Kindai University)
Studying Island-based EAs on Unstable Networks with Complex Failure PatternsRafael Nogueras (Universidad de Málaga), Carlos Cotta (Universidad de Málaga)
Utilization of Infeasible Solutions in MOEA/D for Solving Constrained Many-objective Optimization ProblemsMinami Miyakawa (JSPS Research Fellow (PD) and Hosei University), Hiroyuki Sato (The University of Electro-Communications), Yuji Sato (Hosei University)