Authors are invited to submit their original and unpublished work in the areas including (but not limited to) the following:
- Theoretical analysis of the search mechanism, complexity of DE
- Adaptation and tuning of the control parameters of DE
- Development of new vector perturbation techniques for DE
- Adaptive mixing of the perturbation techniques
- Balancing explorative and exploitative tendencies in DE and memetic DE
- DE for finding multiple global optima
- DE for noisy and dynamic objective functions
- DE for multi-objective optimization
- Robust DE Variants
- Rotationally Invariant DE
- Constraints handling with DE
- DE for high-dimensional optimization
- DE-variants for handling mixed-integer, discrete, and binary optimization problems
- Hybridization of DE with other search methods
- Hybridization with Paradigms such as Neuro-fuzzy, Statistical Learning, Machine Learning, etc.
- Development of challenging problem sets for DE
- Applications of DE in any domain.
All special session proposals containing a title of the special session, to which symposium it is proposed to, names, affiliations and email addresses of proposers, together with a description of aims and scope of the special session and a list of 6-10 potential contributors, should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information about special session proposals and a list of accepted special sessions can be found at:http://ssci2016.cs.surrey.ac.uk/Special%20Sessions.htm
University of Maribor, Maribor.
Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata-700 108, India.Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata-700 108, India.
De Montfort University, UK.