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Artificial Immune Systems

5th International Conference, ICARIS 2006, Oeiras, Portugal, September 4-6, 2006. Proceedings

  • Hugues Bersini
  • Jorge Carneiro

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4163)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Computer Simulation of Classical Immunology

    1. Thiago Guzella, Tomaz Mota-Santos, Joaquim Uchôa, Walmir Caminhas
      Pages 9-22
    2. Catherine Beauchemin, Stephanie Forrest, Frederick T. Koster
      Pages 23-36
    3. F. Vistulo de Abreu, E. N. M. Nolte‘Hoen, C. R. Almeida, D. M. Davis
      Pages 37-51
    4. Christian Jacob, Scott Steil, Karel Bergmann
      Pages 52-65
  3. Computer Simulation of Idiotypic Network

    1. Holger Schmidtchen, Ulrich Behn
      Pages 81-94
    2. Krzysztof Trojanowski, Marcin Sasin
      Pages 95-108
    3. Emma Hart, Hugues Bersini, Francisco Santos
      Pages 109-121
  4. ImmunoInformatics Conceptual Papers

    1. Thomas Stibor, Jonathan Timmis, Claudia Eckert
      Pages 122-135
    2. Steve Cayzer, Jim Smith
      Pages 136-149
    3. Hugues Bersini
      Pages 150-163
    4. Paul S. Andrews, Jon Timmis
      Pages 164-177
    5. Werner Dilger
      Pages 178-192
  5. Pattern Recognition Type of Application

  6. Optimization Type of Application

    1. P. Bull, A. Knowles, G. Tedesco, A. Hone
      Pages 267-279
    2. Guilherme P. Coelho, Fernando J. Von Zuben
      Pages 294-308
    3. Enrico Carpaneto, Claudio Cavallero, Fabio Freschi, Maurizio Repetto
      Pages 309-320
  7. Control and Time-Series Type of Application

    1. Mark Neal, Jan Feyereisl, Rosario Rascunà, Xiaolei Wang
      Pages 349-361
    2. William O. Wilson, Phil Birkin, Uwe Aickelin
      Pages 362-375
  8. Danger Theory Inspired Application

    1. Jungwon Kim, Peter Bentley, Christian Wallenta, Mohamed Ahmed, Stephen Hailes
      Pages 390-403
    2. Julie Greensmith, Uwe Aickelin, Jamie Twycross
      Pages 404-417
  9. Text Mining Application

    1. Nikolaos Nanas, Anne de Roeck, Victoria Uren
      Pages 418-431
    2. Krzysztof Ciesielski, Sławomir T. Wierzchoń, Mieczysław A. Kłopotek
      Pages 432-445
    3. George B. Bezerra, Tiago V. Barra, Hamilton M. Ferreira, Helder Knidel, Leandro Nunes de Castro, Fernando J. Von Zuben
      Pages 446-458
  10. Back Matter

About these proceedings

Introduction

ICARIS 2006 is the ?fth instance of a series of conferences dedicated to the comprehension and the exploitation of immunological principles through their translation into computational terms. All scienti?c disciplines carrying a name that begins with “arti?cial” (followed by “life,” “reality,” “intelligence” or “- munesystem”) aresimilarlysu?ering froma veryambiguousidentity.Their axis of research tries to stabilize an on-going identity somewhere in the crossroad of engineering (building useful artifacts), natural sciences (biologyor psychology— improving the comprehension and prediction of natural phenomena) and t- oretical computer sciences (developing and mastering the algorithmic world). Accordingly and depending on which of these perspectives receives more s- port, they attempt at attracting di?erent kinds of scientists and at stimul- ing di?erent kinds of scienti?c attitudes. For many years and in the previous ICARIS conferences, it was clearly the “engineering” perspective that was the most represented and prevailed through the publications. Indeed, since the o- gin of engineering and technology, nature has o?ered a reserve of inexhaustible inspirations which have stimulated the development of useful artifacts for man. Biology has led to the development of new computer tools, such as genetic - gorithms, Boolean and neural networks, robots learning by experience, cellular machines and others that create a new vision of IT for the engineer: parallel, ?exible andautonomous.Inthis type of informatics,complexproblemsareta- led with the aid of simple mechanisms, but in?nitely iterated in time and space.

Keywords

AIS Mutation Simulation Spam artificial immune systems bioinformatics cognition immune networks immunocomputing modeling multi-objective optimization optimization pattern recognition robot theoretical i

Editors and affiliations

  • Hugues Bersini
    • 1
  • Jorge Carneiro
    • 2
  1. 1.IRIDIA, CoDEUniversité Libre de BruxellesBrusselsBelgium
  2. 2.Instituto Gulbenkian de CienciaOeirasPortugal

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/11823940
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2006
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Computer Science
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-37749-8
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-37751-1
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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