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BADS 2011 : Workshop on Bio-Inspired and Self-* Algorithms for Distributed Systems

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Link: http://bads.icar.cnr.it
 
When Jun 14, 2011 - Jun 14, 2011
Where Karlsruhe, Germany
Submission Deadline Feb 21, 2011
Notification Due Mar 1, 2011
Final Version Due Apr 1, 2011
 

Call For Papers


BADS 2011
3rd Workshop on Bio-Inspired and Self-* Algorithms for Distributed Systems
- - -Selected papers will be invited to the Natural Computing Journal, Springer (indexed by ISI) - - -


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Karlsruhe, Germany, June 14, 2011

In association with ICAC 2011, the 8th IEEE International Conference
on Autonomic Computing (ICAC 2011), June 14-18, 2011

**** IMPORTANT DATES ****
February 21, 2011: Submission of Papers (no extension will be given)
March 2011: Notification of Acceptance/Rejection
April 2011: Submission of Camera-Ready Copies
June 14, 2011: Workshop Takes Place

**** PUBLICATION ****
The workshop proceedings will be published by ACM.

**** JOURNAL ****
Selected papers will be invited to the Natural Computing Journal,
Springer (indexed by ISI).
After the past two editions, extended versions of selected
papers were included in special issues of Future Generation
Computer Systems, Elsevier (vol. 26/6), and New Generation
Computing, Springer (to appear in 2011).

**** SCOPE ****
Computer systems are characterized by an ever growing complexity and
a pronounced distributed nature. Centralized or hierarchical
architectures are becoming impractical because they have poor
scalability and fault-tolerance characteristics. Decentralized
architectures and algorithms, for example P2P and Grid systems, are
increasingly popular, but they need new types of algorithms to be
efficiently managed.

Bio-inspired algorithms and techniques feature fault-tolerant and
self-adaptive behaviours that help to boost the autonomic nature of
distributed systems, and are proving effective for the solution of
hard parallel and distributed problems. These techniques are sometimes
"evolutionary", as they can exploit genetic rules for the selection
and recombination of candidate solutions. In other cases, solutions
rely on the operations of agents, whose behaviour is inspired by
biological systems, including ant colonies, bird flocks, honey bees,
bacteria, and many more. In such systems, "swarm intelligence" emerges
from the interaction of a large number of very simple agents.

Bio-inspired algorithms and systems are routinely applied to hard and
large problems in a variety of areas. Some examples are optimization
problems solved with genetic algorithms, routing strategies inspired
by honey bee behaviour, resource discovery and data mining
computations in Grid, Cloud and P2P frameworks, achieved by ant-
inspired algorithms, and so on.

This full day workshop aims to gather scientists, engineers, and
practitioners to share and exchange their experiences, discuss
challenges, and report state-of-the-art and in-progress research on
bio-inspired algorithms and systems.


**** AREAS OF INTEREST ****
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
* Bio-inspired and self-* algorithms for parallel and distributed computing
* Bio-inspired and self-* algorithms for P2P, Grid and Cloud systems
* Bio-inspired and self-* techniques for the construction and management of distributed systems
* Bio-inspired and self-* algorithms for data distribution, discovery, service composition, etc.
* Parallel and distributed techniques of Swarm Intelligence: ant colonies, bird flocks, etc.
* Parallel and distributed evolutionary algorithms
* High performance tools for bio-inspired and self-* algorithms and systems
* Application of bio-inspired and self-* algorithms to routing, resource discovery, scheduling in parallel and distributed systems
* Bio-inspired and self-* algorithms for data mining, bioinformatics, etc.
* Bio-inspired and self-* algorithms for social networks
* Bio-inspired and self-* algorithms for energy saving in distributed networks


**** ORGANIZING COMMITTEE ****
Sanaz Mostaghim, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany (Local Chair)
Gianluigi Folino, ICAR-CNR, Italy
Carlo Mastroianni, ICAR-CNR, Italy
Junichi Suzuki, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA


**** INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE ****
Artur Andrzejak, Zuse Institute Berlin ZIB, Germany
Sasi Balasubramaniam, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland
Jacob Beal, BBN Technologies and MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA
Pruet Boonma, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
Ivanoe De Falco, ICAR-CNR, Italy
Giovanna Di Marzo, Université de Genève, Switzerland
Marco Dorigo, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Francisco Fernandez de Vega, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain
Agostino Forestiero, ICAR-CNR, Italy
Paraskevi Fragopoulou, FORTH-ICS, Greece
Niloy Ganguly, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
Haibo He, University of Rhode Island, RI, USA
Derrick Kondo, INRIA, France
Chonho Lee, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Andrew Lewis, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia
Elena Marchiori, Radboud University, Netherlands
Nicolas Monmarche, Universite de Tours, France
Antonio Nebro Urbaneja, Universidad de Málaga, Spain
Muaz Niazi, Comsats Institute of IT, Islamabad, Pakistan
Gauthier Picard, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de
Saint-Etienne, France
Omer Rana, Cardiff University, UK
Rizos Sakellariou, University of Manchester, UK
Ian Taylor, Cardiff University, UK
Paolo Trunfio, Universita della Calabria, Italy
Giuseppe Valetto, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Hiroshi Wada, NICTA and University of New South Wales, Australia
Naoki Wakamiya, Osaka Univeristy, Japan
Franco Zambonelli, Universita di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy

**** WEB SITE AND CONTACT E-MAIL ****
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**** SUBMISSION GUIDELINES ****
The call is open to all members of the Autonomic Computing and
Distributed Systems communities. Original papers, no longer
than 8 two-column pages, are invited. Papers must be submitted
through Easychair, at http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=bads2011
Use the ACM format available at http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/template.html
and submit your paper in PDF. Papers will be peer-reviewed and
judged on merits including correctness, originality, technical
strength, presentation, and relevance to the workshop themes. At least
one author of each accepted submission must attend the workshop.


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