Accepted Papers-2018


IEEE LA-CCI 2018 received 104 submissions in total from 21 countries around the globe. After a peer review process, 64 papers were accepted for presentation, with an acceptance rate of 61%. Thanks to all authors for submitting great papers and of course thank you to all the reviewers and PC member.

Soon all authors will receive presentation instructions and the program publication notice.

Congratulations on the acceptance of your manuscript, we look forward to seeing you in Guadalajara, Mexico in November

Alma Y. Alanis / Marco A. Perez-Cisneros

Chairs IEEE LA-CCI 2018

 

 

2018 IEEE LA-CCI Accepted Papers

 

  1. Pradeep Tiwari and Velayutham T. Behaviour Based Authentication: A New Login Strategy for Smartphones
  2. Sandra M. Valdivia Bautista, Eduardo Rangel-Carrillo, Marco A. Perez-Cisneros, Luis J. Ricalde, Miguel A. Olmos Gomez and Alma Y. Alanis. Wind Speed Time Series Forecasting using a Neural Network Model Inspired Biologically
  3. Paulo Vitor Campos Souza. Method of pruning the hidden layer of the extreme learning machine based on correlation coefficient
  4. Francisco Cruz, Peter Wueppen, Alvin Fazrie, Cornelius Weber and Stefan Wermter. Action Selection Methods in a Robotic Reinforcement Learning Scenario
  5. Angel Pedroza, José de La Rosa, Rogelio Rosas and Aldonso Becerra. A comparative between Mel Frequency Cepstral Coefficients (MFCC) and Inverse Mel Frequency Cepstral Coefficients (IMFCC) features for an automatic bird species recognition system
  6. Omar Alberto Peña Olivares, Carlos Villaseñor, Alberto Alejandro Gallegos Muro, Javier Gomez-Avila and Nancy Arana-Daniel. Automatic Environment Classification for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Using Superpixel Segmentation
  7. Tomasz Hachaj and Marek Ogiela. What can be learned from bigrams analysis of messages in social network?
  8. Franco Perez. La importancia de una aplicación web como soporte en la formación de grupos de trabajo colaborativo
  9. Salvador Hinojosa, Omar Avalos, Jorge Gálvez, Diego Oliva, Erik Cuevas and Marco Pérez-Cisneros. Remote sensing imagery segmentation based on multi-objective optimization algorithms
  10. Shane Brady, Damien Magoni, John Murphy, Haytham Assem and Andres Omar Portillo Dominguez. Analysis of Machine Learning Techniques for Anomaly Detection in the Internet of Things
  11. Hugo Siqueira, Elliackin Figueiredo, Mariana Macedo, Clodomir Santana, Carmelo J. A. Bastos Filho and Anu Gokhale. Boolean Binary Cat Swarm Optimization Algorithm
  12. Jônatas Belotti, Lilian Lazzarin, Fabio Usberti and Hugo Siqueira. Seasonal Streamflow Series Forecasting using Recurrent Neural Networks
  13. Yunkio Kawano, Fevrier Valdez and Oscar Castillo. Performance Evaluation of Optimization Algorithms based on GPU using CUDA Architecture
  14. Ivan Cruz-Aceves and Ivvan Valdez. A Novel Evolutionary Morphological Descriptor for the Segmentation of Coronary Arteries
  15. Emmanuel Estrada, Héctor M. Becerra and Carlos Segura. Optimization of Walking Control of a Biped Robot using Differential Evolution.
  16. Satyakama Paul, Bruno Mario and Ali Hasan. Exploring the non-linear relationship between various categories of crimes and GDP: A case study using Generalized Additive Models
  17. Katleho Masita, Ali Hasan and Satyakama Paul. Pedestrian Detection using R-CNN Object Detector
  18. Arturo Valdivia González and Itzel Niasandiu Aranguren Navarro. Autonomous Particles Groups for Synchronous-Asynchronous Particle Swarm Optimization
  19. Luis Rey Lechuga Gutiérrez, Jorge Lizárraga Rodríguez and Eduardo Bayro Corrochano. Spike Quaternion Neural Networks Control for a Hand prosthesis
  20. Luis Lechuga Gutiérrez, Jesus Medrano Hermosillo and Eduardo Bayro Corrochano. Quaternion Spiking Neural Networks Control for Robotics
  21. Carlos E. Serquen Llallire, Hugo David Calderon Vilca and Flor Cagniy Cárdenas Mariño. Comparison of two algorithms for routing questions and answers, applied to group of students software engineering
  22. Clodomir J. Santana Jr., Pedro Aguiar and Carmelo J. A. Bastos Filho. Customer Segmentation in a Travel Agency Dataset using Clustering Algorithms
  23. Anthony J. C. C. Lins, Maria T. C. Muniz and Carmelo J. A. Bastos Filho. Comparing Machine Learning Techniques for Dementia Diagnosis
  24. Jorge Nascimento, Clodomir Santana Jr., Danilo Araujo and Carmelo J. A. Bastos Filho. Performance Comparison of Clustering Algorithms to Handle Grouping of City Locations
  25. Mariana Macedo, Carlos Henrique Macedo Dos Santos, Eronita Maria Luizines Van Leijden, Joao Fausto Lorenzato de Oliveira, Hugo Siqueira and Fernando Lima-Neto. Hyper-Heuristics Using Genetic Programming to Time Series Forecasting
  26. Denis Mayr Lima Martins, Gottfried Vossen and Fernando Buarque de Lima Neto. Discovering SQL Queries from Examples using Intelligent Algorithms
  27. Alvaro David Orjuela-Cañón and Cesar Hernando Valencia Niño. About neuroevolution in biomedical problems to detect diseases in diagnosis support tools
  28. Joel Perez, Jose P. Perez and Ruben Perez. TRAJECTORY TRACKING ERROR USING FRACTIONAL ORDER PID CONTROL LAW OF A 4-DOF BIPED ROBOT VIA FRACTIONAL ORDER ADAPTIVE NEURAL NETWORKS, FRACTIONAL ORDER PLANT AND REFERENCE
  29. Adolfo Flores-Saiffe Farias, Adriana Mandizabal, Andrés A. González-Garrido, Rebeca Romo-Vázquez and Alejandro Morales. Long Short-Term Memory Neural Networks for identifying Type 1 Diabetes patients with functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  30. Pilar Hidalgo-Leon, Miguel Nunez-Del-Prado and Hugo Alatrista. Documents Retrieval for Qualitative Research:Gender Discrimination Analysis
  31. Carlos Andres Rivera Morales, Maria Ximena Bastidas Rodriguez and Flavio Augusto Prieto Ortiz. DenseNet model combined with Haralick’s handcrafted features for texture classification
  32. Flávio Oliveira and Felipe Farias. Comparing transfer learning approaches applied to distracted driver detection
  33. Pablo Carballo, Pablo Perera, Santiago Rama and Martín Pedemonte. A Biased Random-Key Genetic Algorithm for Regression Test Case Prioritization
  34. Thyago Monteiro, Andson Balieiro and Edison Albuquerque. Traffic Engineering in SDN with Cultural Algorithms
  35. Romeo Covarrubias, Alma Y. Alanis, Esteban A. Hernendez-Vargas, Edgar N. Sanchez and Daniel Rios. Discrete-Time Neural Identification of a SIR Epidemic Model
  36. Ruan Michel Martins Domingos, Cássio Vinhal and Gélson Da Cruz Júnior. Neuroevolution-Generated Controller for anOmnidirectional Mobile Robot
  37. Jesús Hernández Barragán, Carlos López Franco, Cecilia Antonio Gopar, Alma Y. Alanis and Nancy Arana Daniel. Inverse Kinematics Solution of Robot Manipulators based on Firefly Algorithm
  38. Fabricio Gabriel Torrico Barahona and Marcelo Saavedra. Fuzzy logic based intelligent traffic lights system
  39. Erasmo Gabriel Martínez-Soltero, Carlos Lopez-Franco, Alma Y. Alanis and Nancy Arana-Daniel. Bio-inspired algorithm for path planning of terrestrial robot using aerial images
  40. Ana Marys Garcia Rodríguez, Alejandro Perdomo Vergara, Yaimí Trujillo Casañola, Juan Pedro Febles Rodríguez, Roger Godofredo Rivero Morales and Yordanis Milanés Zamora. Evolutionary Artificial Neural Network for success forecast in Software Process Improvement
  41. Laura Cecilia Antonio Gopar, Carlos L. López Franco, Nancy Guadalupe Arana Daniel and Alma Y. Alanis. Inverse Kinematics for a Manipulator Robot based on Differential Evolution Algorithm
  42. C. Alberto Ochoa-Zezatti. Smart traffic management to support people with color blindness in a Smart City
  43. Hugo Alatrista-Salas, Manuel Guillermo Rodriguez-López and Miguel Nunez-Del-Prado. Measuring the Resilience of the Transport Infrastructure in Big Cities
  44. Arturo Oncevay Marcos, Sofia Khlebnikov, Carlos Arrasco Ordoñez and César Beltrán Castañón. Leaf Venation Enhancing for Texture Feature Extraction in a Plant Classication Task
  45. Carlos J. Vega, Edgar N. Sanchez and Oscar J. Suarez. Synchronization of complex networks with nonidentical nodes via discrete-time neural inverse optimal pinning control
  46. Oscar J. Suarez, Carlos J. Vega, Edgar N. Sanchez, Ana E. González-Santiago and Aldo Pardo. Pinning control applied to gene regulatory networks
  47. Jaime Salvador, Zoila Ruiz, Soledad Díaz and Cristina Mejía. Solid Waste Management using Georeferenced Multi-agent Systems
  48. Oscar May Tzuc, Ali Bassam, Luis Ricalde and Manuel Flota Bañuelos. Artificial neural network model to estimate investment viability of solar plants for the industry of Jalisco, Mexico
  49. Rosario A. Medina Rodríguez, César Beltrán Castañón and Ronaldo Fumio Hashimoto. Evaluation of the Impact of the Initial Positions on the Straight Line Segments Classifier
  50. C. E. Cea-Montufar, E. A. Merchán-Cruz, J. Ramírez-Gordillo and E. Vergara-Hernández. Multi-objective GA for path planning of robot manipulators based on dual quaternion.
  51. Karen Mendoza, María G Ramírez and Agustín Cabrera. A prioritization system for failures of a vital signal monitor.
  52. Héctor García Estrada, Angelo Pastrana Manzanero, Omar Alejandro Linares Escobar, María Guadalupe Ramírez Sotelo and Agustín Ignacio Cabrera Llanos. Foot plant deformation classification system by image processing and fuzzy Logic
  53. Larbi Djilali, Edgar N. Sanchez, Fernando Ornelas-Tellez and Mohammed Belkheiri. Neural Network Based Controller for an AC Microgrid Connected to a Utility Grid
  54. Danilo Monteiro Souza, Fernando Buarque de Lima Neto and Edison Queiroz de Albuqerque. {Projecting IEEE 802.11n WLAN Networks with Cultural Algorithms for VoIP Implementation
  55. Javier Gomez-Avila, Carlos Lopez-Franco, Alma Y. Alanis and Nancy Arana-Daniel. Control of Quadrotor using a Neural Network based PID
  56. Y. Yuliana Rios, J.A. García-Rodríguez, Edgar N. Sanchez, Alma Y. Alanis and E. Ruiz-Velázquez. Rapid Prototyping of Neuro-Fuzzy Inverse Optimal Control as applied to T1DM patients
  57. Luis O. Polanco V., Alejandro Pizano M., José D. Álvarez H., Juana Lopez R., Lourdes Díaz Jiménez and Salvador Carlos. Energy management within a non-autonomous microgrid through a tertiary controller
  58. Luis Angel Sanchez Rivera, Efrain Alcorta Garcia and Ivon Elena Leal Leal. Data-driven continuous-time Approach to Fault Isolation from Sampled Data
  59. Riemann Ruiz-Cruz and Armando D. Diaz-Gonzalez. Investment portfolio trading based on Markov chain and fuzzy logic
  60. Ruben Hernandez and Francisco Jurado. Adaptive fuzzy sliding mode control of an inverted pendulum mounted on a ball system
  61. M. Elena Antonio-Toledo, Edgar N Sanchez and Alma Y Alanis. Neural Inverse Optimal Control Applied to Quadrotor UAV
  62. Javier Aspuru, Alberto Ochoa and Ramon Felix. An automatic diagnosis system of heart diseases using neural networks and segment P ECG signal processing
  63. Filipe Soares, Jheymesson Cavalcanti, Everalda Soares, Breno Pereira and Renato Novaes. The use of Artificial Neural Networks in search of correlations and anomalies involving climatic and flow data
  64. Leonardo Herrera and Francisco Jurado. Asymptotic identification of bifurcation parameters in a three-dimensional discrete system with chaotic behavior