IEEE 3rd International Conference on Computational Cybernetics

April 13-16, 2005
Hotel Le Victoria, Mauritius
Call for Papers
Paper Submission
List of Papers
General Information
Final Program

Sponsored by
IEEE SMC Chapter, Hungary
IEEE CI Chapter, Hungary
Budapest Tech, Hungary
Hungarian Fuzzy Association

Technical Co-sponsored by
IEEE Hungary Section
University of Mauritius

In Technical Cooperation with
IEEE Region 8
IEEE Joint Chapter of IES and RAS, Hungary
Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Intelligent Informatics
John von Neumann Computer Society, Hungary

Final Program

April 12, Tuesday

15:00 – 17:00Registration

April 13, Wednesday

8:00 – 16:00Registration
9:00 – 9:30Opening Ceremony
9:30 – 10:15Plenary Session I
Session Chair: Imre J. Rudas, Hungary
Fuzzy Models, Identification and Applications
László T. Kóczy, János Botzheim,
10:15 – 10:30Coffee break
10:30 – 12:10Special Session I
Application of Knowledge Based Systems

Session Chair: Peter Kokol, Slovenia

Gaining Features in Medicine Using Various Data-mining Techniques
Matej Mertik, Peter Kokol, Bojan Zalar, Slovenia

Patient and Staff Scheduling Multi-Agent System
Gregor Štiglic, Peter Kokol, Slovenia

Controlling Biped Walking Robots Using Genetic Algorithms in Mobile Agent Environment
Yasushi Kambayashi, Munehiro Takimoto, Yasushi Kodama, Japan

Some Applications of Intelligent Systems in Medicine
Vili Podgorelec, Tatjana Welzer Družovec, Ivan Rozman, Slovenia

Convergence Detection Criteria for Classification Based on Final Error Rate
Boštjan Brumen, Tatjana Welzer, Ivan Rozman, Marko Hölbl, Slovenia, Hannu Jaakkkola, Finland
12:10 – 14:00Lunch break
14:00 – 16:00Regular Session I
Advanced Control Technology

Session Chair: József K. Tar, Hungary

Fuzzy Sliding Mode Controller Design with Variable Sliding Surface
Hung-Ching Lu, Ta-Hsiung Hung, Taiwan

A Fuzzy Controller to Overcome Saturation Non-Linearity
Chawdhurry Bhurtun, Iqbal Jameerbacus, Mauritius

Fuzzy Logic Based Speed Control and Slip Compensation for Rotor Time Constant Variation in a Field-Oriented Induction Motor Drive
Iqbal Jahmeerbacus, Chawdhurry Bhurtun, Mauritius

A Synthesis Theorem: Adaptive Output Tracking Control for a Class of Composite Systems
Bin Liu, Yuan-Wei Jing, China, Georgi M. Dimirovski, Turkey

Construction and Control of a High Precision Co-ordinate Table
Gyula Hermann, Hungary

Applying Intelligent Methods in Logistics Controlling
Tamás Hartványi, László T. Kóczy, Lajos Tóth, Hungary
16:00 – 16:15Coffee break
16:15 – 18:15Regular Session II
Fuzzy Systems and Control

Session Chair: Chowdarry Bhurtun, Mauritius

Fuzzy-Petri-Net Reasoning Supervisory Controller and Estimating States of Markov Chain Models
Georgi M. Dimirovski, Turkey

Potential-Based Fuzzy Clustering and Cluster Validity for Categorical Data and its Application in Modeling Cultural Data
George E. Tsekouras, Abraam Kawa, Evi Sampanikou, Greece

Point Correspondence Matching for 3D Reconstruction Using Fuzzy Reasoning
Annamária R. Várkonyi-Kóczy, András Rövid, Hungary

Analysis of the Performance of a Fuzzy Controller Developed to Guide a Simulated Robot
Patrick B. Moratori, Adriano J. O. Cruz, Emilia B. Ferreira, Márcia V. Pedro, Laci Mary B. Manhaes, Leila C. V. de Andrade, Cabral Lima, Brasil

System Behavior Change in FLC by Parameter Sliding Using Distance Based Operators
Márta Takács, Hungary

Fuzzy Implications and Inference Processes
József Tick, János Fodor, Hungary
18:30Welcome Reception

April 14, Thursday

8:00 – 12:00Registration
8:40– 9:25Plenary Session II
Session Chair: László T. Kóczy, Hungary
TP Model Transformation in Non-Linear System Control
József Bokor, Péter Baranyi, Pál Michelberger, Péter Várlaki, Hungary
9:25– 9:40Coffee break
9:40– 12:00Special Session II
Alternative Approaches in Information Systems

Session Chair: Tatjana Welzer, Slovenia

Identifying Individual Process Patterns by Means of Non-Invasive Measurements: Preliminary Results
Alberto Colombo, Ernesto Damiani, Gabriele Gianini, Marco Scotto, Giancarlo Succi, Italy

Business Information Management in a Web Framework
Ana Ma Fermoso García, María José Gil Larrea, Spain

A Framework for Agent-Based Modeling of Communication and Knowledge Networks in Corporate R&D
Natalia Kitaygorodskaya, Finland

Multiversion Data Warehouses: Challenges and Solutions
Robert Wrembel, Tadeusz Morzy, Poland

Internationalization as a Part of the Database Development
Tatjana Welzer, Izidor Golob, Marjan Družovec, Aida Kamišalić, Slovenia

Spatial OLAP Modeling: An Overview Base on Spatial Objects Changing over Time
Gabriel Pestana, Miguel Mira da Silva, Portugal, Yvan Bédard, Canada

An Experiment on a New Programming Paradigm
Yasushi Kambayashi, Japan, Henry F. Ledgard, USA
12:00 – 14:00Lunch break
14:00Bus tour on the island

April 15, Friday

9:30 – 16:00Registration
9:40 – 12:00Regular Session III
Engineering Applications

Session Chair: László Horváth, Hungary

Some Interactive Multimedia Applications in Production Engineering
George L. Kovács, Géza Haidegger, Sylvester Drozdik, Hungary

A Study in a hybrid Centralised-Swarm Agent Community
Bradley Van Aardt, Tshilidzi Marwala, South Africa

Thesaurus in User Interface – Optimum Presentation of Thesauri
Rudolf Ungváry, Tamás Radnai, Hungary

Reconstruction of Planar Graphs from their Centered Triangulations in some Spatio-Relational Models
Ágnes B. Novák, Zsolt Tuza, Hungary

Computer-Assisted Assessment System at the University of Mauritius
Kavi Kumar Khedo, Mauritius

Adaptive Peer-to-Peer Network Using Semantic Relations
Bertalan Forstner, Hassan Charaf, Hungary

An Object Oriented Calculation Process Framework
Lukasz A. Machowski, Tshilidzi Marwala, South Africa
12:00 – 14:00Lunch break
14:00 – 16:00Regular Session IV

Session Chair: Péter Baranyi, Hungary

The Use of Genetic Algorithms and Neural Networks to Approximate Missing Data in Database
Mussa Abdella, Tshilidzi Marwala, South Africa

Scicos Based Investigation of an Adaptive Vibration Damping Technique Using Fractional Order Derivatives
József K. Tar, Imre J. Rudas, János F. Bitó, Hungary, J. A. Tenreiro Machado, Portugal

American Option Pricing Using Bayesian Multi-Layer Perceptrons and Bayesian Support Vector Machines
Michael M. Pires, Tshilidzi Marwala, South Africa

Fractional Order Adaptive Control for Hydraulic Differential Cylinders
József K. Tar, Attila L. Bencsik, Hungary

Detection of Epileptiform Activity in Human EEG Signals Using Bayesian Neural Networks
Nadim Mohamed, David M. Rubin, Tshilidzi Marwala, South Africa

Monitoring Financial Market Trend Using French Written Textual Data
M. Yasser Chuttur, Chawdhurry Bhurtun, Mauritius
16:00 – 16:15Coffee break
16:15 – 18:15Regular Session V
Design, Modeling, Identification and Control

Session Chair: Tshilidzi Marwala, South Africa

The Effect of Varying Parameters on Performance for Adaptive Agents in Technical Equity Market Trading
Cyril Schoreels, Jonathan M. Garibaldi, United Kingdom

Intelligent Computing for the Management of Changes in Industrial Engineering Modeling Processes
László Horváth, Imre J. Rudas, János F. Bitó, Hungary, Gerhard Hancke, South Africa

Imaging of Steel Reinforcement Bars using Planar Electromagnetic Induction Tomography
Yasdeo Bissessur, Chowdarry Bhurtun, Mauritius

Polytopic and LFT Approach to Gain-Scheduling: A Design Example
S. Hassen, Chowdarry Bhurtun, Mauritius

Perceptive Awareness in Building Automation
Gerhard Pratl, Walter T. Penzhorn, Dietmar Dietrich, Wolfgang Burgstaller, Austria

An Optimization Model for Maintenance of Engineering Structures
András Bakó, Kornélia Ambrus-Somogyi, Hungary

April 16, Saturday

10:00 – 12:00Registration
10:20 – 12:00Regular Session VI
Biological and Medical Applications

On the Computational Power of Herds
Jozef Kelemen, Czech Republic

A Non Emotional Behaviour Model
Péter Kádár, Hungary

Optimising the Verification of Patient Positioning in Proton Beam Therapy
Trevor M. Ransome, David M. Rubin, Tshilidzi Marwala, Evan A. de Kock, South Africa

Stereo Camera Alignment based on Disparity Selective Cells in the Visual Cortex
Barna Reskó, Péter Baranyi, Hungary

Adaptive Systems and Interaction: The Design of Personalized Interaction in Computer-based Education
Andrina Granić, Vlado Glavinić, Croatia
12:00 – 14:00Lunch break
14:00 – 15:40Regular Session VII

Session Chair: Márta Takács, Hungary

Model Based Distance Learning on the Internet Gyula Kártyás, József Gáti, Hungary

On-Line Optimizing Neural Networks for Kalman Filtered Real-Time Identification
Anna Filasová, Dušan Krokavec, Slovakia

Investigation of around Circular Cylinder in Case of High Reynolds Number
István Patkó, József Dénes, Hungary

Uncertainty Representation in Nonlinear and Hybrid Systems
Annamária R. Várkonyi-Kóczy, Péter Várlaki, Hungary

Managing the Development of a Regional E-administration Network with Academic Expertise
Nicolae Robu, Vasile Stoicu-Tivadar, Ioan Silea, Lăcrămioara Stoicu-Tivadar, Dorin Berian, Adriana Albu, Gabriel Vlasiu, Romania
15:40 – 17:20Regular Session VIII
Information Processing in Various Fields of Application

Session Chair: Gyula Hermann, Hungary

Software User Interface Modelling with UML Support
József Tick, Hungary

On the Application of Subjective Learning Algorithms in Decision-making
Péter Várlaki, László Nádai, Hungary

Parallel Computer System Utilization in Geographic Information Systems
Liberios Vokorokos, Slovakia

Fuzzy and Anytime Signal Processing Approaches for Supporting Modeling and Control of Transportation Systems
Tamás Péter, Hungary

Situational Control Methodology in Control of Aircraft Turbo-compressor Engines
Rudolf Andoga, Ladislav Madarász, Slovakia