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Biologically Inspired Approaches to Advanced Information Technology [electronic resource] : Second International Workshop, BioADIT 2006, Osaka, Japan 26-27, 2006, Proceedings / edited by Auke Jan Ijspeert, Toshimitsu Masuzawa, Shinji Kusumoto.

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Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2006.
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1 online resource (XIV, 388 pages)
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1st ed. 2006.
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Computer Science (Springer-11645)
LNCS sublibrary. Theoretical computer science and general issues SL 1, 3853
Theoretical Computer Science and General Issues ; 3853
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Subjects:
Computers.
Computer networks.
Artificial intelligence.
Algorithms.
Application software.
Optical data processing.
Local subjects:
Computation by Abstract Devices. (search)
Computer Communication Networks. (search)
Artificial Intelligence. (search)
Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity. (search)
Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet). (search)
Image Processing and Computer Vision. (search)
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This book contains 30 articles and three abstracts of invited talks presented at The Second International Workshop on Biologically Inspired Approaches for Advanced Information Technology (Bio-ADIT 2006) held at Senri Life Science Center, Osaka, Japan, on January 26-27, 2006. Bio-ADIT 2006 follows the s- cess of the ?rst workshop Bio-ADIT 2004, held at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, in January 2004. The workshop is intended to provide an e?ective forum for original research results in the ?eld of bio-inspired approaches to advanced information technologies. It also serves to foster the connection between biological paradigms and solutions to building the next-generation information systems. In particular, the aim of the workshop is to explore and discuss how biologically inspired approaches can help in - signing the next generation of information systems which, like their biological counterparts, will be capable of adaptation, self-organization, replication, and self-repair. Wewerehonoredtohavetheparticipationasinvitedspeakersofthreeleading researchers in this ?eld: James C. Liao, Rolf Pfeifer, and Toshio Yanagida. The invitedtalksdealtwiththeveryinterestingsubjectsofbio-inspiredapproachesto information systems, and provided stimulating ideas to the workshop attendees to pursue further research in this exciting ?eld. The articles cover a large range of topics including networking, robotics, evolutionary computation, neural computation, biochemical networks, recon- urable hardware, and machine vision. The contributions range from basic - search in biology and in information technology, to more application-oriented developments in software and in hardware.
Contents:
Invited Talks
Design of Synthetic Gene-Metabolic Circuits
Morphological Computation: Connecting Brain, Body, and Environment
Single Molecule Nano-Bioscience
Robotics
Evolving the Walking Behaviour of a 12 DOF Quadruped Using a Distributed Neural Architecture
Robot Control: From Silicon Circuitry to Cells
Networking I
Proposal and Evaluation of a Cooperative Mechanism for Pure P2P File Sharing Networks
Resilient Multi-path Routing Based on a Biological Attractor Selection Scheme
Packet Classification with Evolvable Hardware Hash Functions - An Intrinsic Approach
Biological Systems
Emergence of Two Power-Laws in Evolution of Biochemical Network; Embedding Abundance Distribution into Topology
Microbial Interaction in a Symbiotic Bioprocess of Lactic Acid Bacterium and Diary Yeast
Responses of Fluctuating Biological Systems
Analysis of Fluctuation in Gene Expression Based on Continuous Culture System
Self-organization
Bio-inspired Computing Machines with Self-repair Mechanisms
Perspectives of Self-adapted Self-organizing Clustering in Organic Computing
MOVE Processors That Self-replicate and Differentiate
Evolutionary Computation
The Evolutionary Emergence of Intrinsic Regeneration in Artificial Developing Organisms
Evaluation of Fundamental Characteristics of Information Systems Based on Photonic DNA Computing
Hybrid Concentration-Controlled Direct-Proportional Length-Based DNA Computing for Numerical Optimization of the Shortest Path Problem
Modeling and Imaging
Modeling of Trees with Interactive L-System and 3D Gestures
New Vision Tools from the Comparative Study of an "Old" Psychophysical and a "Modern" Computational Model
Photonic Information Techniques Based on Compound-Eye Imaging
Attractor Memory with Self-organizing Input
Networking II
Bio-inspired Replica Density Control in Dynamic Networks
Improving the Robustness of Epidemic Communication in Scale-Free Networks
On Updated Data Dissemination Exploiting an Epidemic Model in Ad Hoc Networks
Posters
Modeling of Epidemic Diffusion in Peer-to-Peer File-Sharing Networks
A High-Throughput Method to Quantify the Structural Properties of Individual Cell-Sized Liposomes by Flow Cytometry
A User Authentication System Using Schema of Visual Memory
A Consideration of Application of Attractor Selection to a Real-Time Production Scheduling
Bio-inspired Organization for Multi-agents on Distributed Systems
m-ActiveCube; Multimedia Extension of Spatial Tangible User Interface
Biologically Inspired Adaptive Routing by Mimicking Enzymic Feedback Control Mechanism in the Cell
An Interest-Based Peer Clustering Algorithm Using Ant Paradigm.
Contributor:
Ijspeert, Auke Jan, editor., Editor,
Masuzawa, Toshimitsu, editor., Editor,
Kusumoto, Shinji, editor., Editor,
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