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COMPUTING ANTICIPATORY SYSTEMS

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INVITED LECTURE: BRIAN D. JOSEPHSON, NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS

General Principles for Brain Design

 

B. D. Josephson, Invited Speaker   ........................................................... 3

 

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INTRODUCTION : A. F. ANTIPPA - D. M. DUBOIS

 

INTRODUCTION : THE INCURSIVE AND HYPERINCURSIVE HARMONIC OSCILLATOR

 

The Dual Incursive System of the Discrete Harmonic Oscillator

A. F. Antippa and D. M. Dubois ..........…............…............................... 11

 

The Superposed Hyperincursive System of the Discrete Harmonic Oscillator

A. F. Antippa and D. M. Dubois ..........................................…............... 65

 

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AIP 839 1) PHYSICS, QUANTUM MECHANICS, RELATIVITY, FIELD THEORY, GRAVITATION

 

Thermonuclear Fusion Research Progress and the Way to the Reactor

R. Koch .................................................................................................. 129

 

Cosmological Constant Problem Solution Valid for Both Planck’s and Cosmological Scales

B. M. Novakovic, D. B. Novakovic, and A. B. Novakovic ...................... 144

 

Further Development of the Mie-de Broglie Theory of Quantum Gravity and the Implications

for the General Theory of Relativity

E. P. J. de Haas ..................................................................................... 157

 

Why do Quantum Systems Implement Self-Referential Logic? A Simple Question with a

Catastrophic Answer

J. Small ................................................................................................... 167

 

Structure of Ensemble of Cosmological Models with Dark Energy

M. Szydowski and A. Krawiec .............................................................. 184

 

The Space Structure, Force Fields and Quantum Mechanics

V. Krasnoholovets and D.-Y. Chung ....................................................... 191

 

Building the Space-Time Structure in Theories of Physics

G. Nibart .................................................................................…........... 198

 

A Toy-World that Satisfies Some Principles of ‘‘El Naschie’s E-Infinity Theory’’

H. Sommer .............................................................................................. 212

 

5th BCSCMsG International Symposium - organized by Peter Marcer,

British Computer Society - Cybernetic Machine Specialist Group (BCS)

 

Fermion Interactions and Mass Generation in the Nilpotent Formalism

P. Rowlands, Invited Speaker ................................................................. 225

 

The Doubling Theory Corrects the Titius-Bode Law and Defines the Fine Structure Constant in the Solar System

J.-P. Garnier-Malet ................................................................................ 236

 

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AIP 839 2) ANTICIPATORY SYSTEMS, INCURSION, HYPERINCURSION, PREDICTIVE MODELS

   

Object-Oriented Representations of Formal Theories as Tools for Simulation of Anticipatory Systems

E. Kindler .............................................................................................. 253

 

An Anticipatory Extension of Malthusian Model

M. U. Akhmet, H. Oktem, S. W. Pickl, and G.-W.Weber ............................................. 260

 

Some Two-Steps Discrete-Time Anticipatory Models with ‘Boiling’ Multivaluedness

A. S. Makarenko and A. S. Stashenko .................................................... 265

 

Avoiding Extinction in a Managed Single Species Population Model by Means of Anticipative Control

M. E. Burke ............................................................................................ 273

 

Conditions for Fully Autonomous Anticipation

J. Collier .................................................................................................. 282

 

Probability as Sentence Sets and its Incursive Calculus

A. G. Grappone ...................................................................................... 290

 

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AIP 839 3) LOGICAL AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS, FUZZINESS, OPTIMIZATION, CONTROL

 

The Nature of the Sign as a WFF — A Well-Formed Formula

E. Taborsky ............................................................................................ 303

 

The Virtual Reality as an Anticipative Concept in Warehouse Optimization in Uncertain

Environment

M. Kljajic´ and D. Kofjac ....................................................................... 314

 

The Study of the Adaptational Phenomenon in Complex Systems

M. B. Ignatyev ....................................................................................... 322

 

Complete and Linear Hedge Algebras, Fuzziness Measure of Vague Concepts and Linguistic Hedges and Application

N. Cat-Ho and N. Van Long ...................................................................................................... 331

New Examples for a Duality Principle in the Theory of Dynamical Systems

C. Corduneanu, Y. Li, and M. Mahdavi ................................................... 340

 

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AIP 839 4) COMPUTING SYSTEMS, AUTOMATA, SIMULATION, INFORMATION NETWORKS

Mathematical Interpretations of Kernel Ridge Regression

A. Tanaka, H. Imai, M. Kudo, and M. Miyakoshi  ............................................................................................ 347

 

Anticipation Models in BETA

F. Hunka  ................................................................................................ 354

 

An Analysis of Program Phase Behavior and its Predictability

F. Vandeputte, L. Eeckhout, and K. De Bosschere .................................. 361

 

Local Cellular Automata as an Abstract Model of Self-Organizing Process

T. Haruna and Y.-P. Gunji ...................................................................... 371

 

Demands on Intranets - Viable System Model as a Foundation for Intranet Design

C. Amcoff Nystrom ...……...................................................................... 381

 

Global Coordinating of Multiagent System Result from Dual Forces Embedded in a Local Agent

S. Nomura ............................................................................................. 388

 

A Prototype Implementation of an Anticipatory Reasoning-Reacting System

F. Shang, S. Nara, T. Omi, Y. Goto, and J. Cheng .................................. 401

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AIP 839 5) SOFT COMPUTING, FUZZY SYSTEMS, NEURAL NETWORKS, LEARNING

Augmented Evolutionary Computation Using Genetic Programming

T. Ae and M.Kamitani ......................................................................... 417

 

Optimal Decision Making in a Class of Uncertain Systems Based on Uncertain Variables

Z. Bubnicki ...........................................................................…........... 427

 

Self-Organizing Neural Network Models for State Anticipatory Systems

M. Polla and T. Honkela ................................................................... 436

 

Multi Modal Anticipation in Fuzzy Space

V. Asproth, S. C. Holmberg, and A. Håkansson..................................... 442

 

A Note on Granular Reasoning and Semantics of Four-Valued Logics

Y. Kudo and T. Murai .............................................................;;............. 453

 

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AIP 839 6) COGNITIVE SYSTEMS, PERCEPTION, LANGUAGE AND CONSCIOUSNESS

 

Spacetime Holism and the Hard Problem of Consciousness

F.-G. Winkler .......................................................…............................... 465

 

Peircean Proto-Signs

J. J. Sarbo ............................................................................................... 474

Failure in Anticipation and Plasticity in Perception of Taste

T. Moriyama, S. Yokokawa, and Y. Tsukahara ..................……............. 480

 

Another Function for Language and its Theoretical Consequences

I. Barahona da Fonseca, J. Barahona da Fonseca, and J. Simoes da Fonseca ........ 488

 

Could Intelligent Tutors Anticipate Successfully User Reactions?

 E. Kalisz and A. M. Florea .................................................................... 493

 

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AIP 839 7) NEUROSCIENCE, BIOSYSTEMS, COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE

 

Neuroimaging Techniques: A Conceptual Overview of Physical Principles, Contribution and History

L. Minati............................................................................…............... 503

 

Figura et Forma—Understanding and Engineering Biological Intelligence?

S. Santoli ...............................................................................................520

 

A New Approach for Modeling Procaryotic Biochemical Networks with Differential Equations

J. Gebert and N. Radde ........................................................................ 526

 

Starfish Behavior as an Anticipatory System: Its Flexibility in Obstacle Avoidance

M. Migita................................................................................................ 534

 

Anticipatory Behavior and Intracellular Communication in Physarum polycephalum

T. Shirakawa and Y.-P. Gunji ..................................................…............ 541

 

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AIP 839 8) RISK MANAGEMENT, ECONOMY, SOCIAL MODELS, OPERATIONS RESEARCH

 

A Model for Systemic Control

M. Schwaninger, K. Ambroz, and C. Olaya...................……............... 549

 

Hyperincursion and the Globalization of the Knowledge-Based Economy

L. Leydesdorff .........…………………................................................ 560

 

Decisional Information System for Safety D.I.S.S.Dedicated to the Human Space Exploration Mission

S. Grès and J.-F. Guyonnet ............................................................... 570

 

The Evolution of Functional Systems through the Generalized Uncertainty and Nash Equilibria

E. Chauvet………………….....................................…......................... 579

 

Optimal Airline Multi-Leg Flight Seat Inventory Control

N. A. Nechval, K. Rozite, and V. F. Strelchonok................................ 591

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AIP 839 9) ENGINEERING SYSTEMS, MODELING, OPTIMIZATION, SIMULATION, CONTROL

 

An Autopilot to Make Perfect Loops Varying Only Gflyup through the Loop as an Anticipatory System

J. Barahona da Fonseca............................................................. 603

 

Anticipatory Systems near Bifurcation Points

P. B. Béda...............................…………………...………….................. 610

 

Anticipating Operational and Wash out Conditions in Biotechnological Reactors

M. Sbarciog, M. Loccufier, and E. Noldus..............……………….......... 618

 

Automatic Clustering of Rolling Element Bearings Defects with Artificial Neural Networks

M. Antonini, R. Faglia, M. Pedersoli, and M. Tiboni...…………............... 630

 

Constrained Pole Assignment Control — Real & Complex Poles

M. Huba..................………………………............................................ 638

 

 

 

Author Index ......………………………………………………….... 651

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