Bio: Amir Nakib is an academic researcher from University of Paris. The author has contributed to research in topics: Metaheuristic & Image segmentation. The author has an hindex of 14, co-authored 92 publications receiving 787 citations. Previous affiliations of Amir Nakib include Groupe Bull & Paris 12 Val de Marne University.
Papers published on a yearly basis
TL;DR: The multiobjective optimization approach is proposed to find the optimal thresholds of three criteria: the within-class criterion, the entropy and the overall probability of error criterion to solve the Gaussian curve-fitting problem.
TL;DR: A new image thresholding method based on multiobjective optimization following the Pareto approach is presented, which allows to optimize several segmentation criteria simultaneously, in order to improve the quality of the segmentation.
TL;DR: A novel trajectory planning approach is proposed for redundant manipulators in the case of several obstacles by adapting the number of constraints in the formulation of the problem with the position of the obstacles to avoid obstacles.
TL;DR: The results show that the proposed improved BBO variants could perform better than the basic BBO technique as well as genetic algorithm (GA) and particle swarm optimization (PSO) based segmentation of the same images using the principle of maximization of fuzzy entropy.
TL;DR: A new thresholding technique that was obtained through the extension of the one-dimensional fractional differentiation, based on the assumption that there is a dependency between the pixels' gray-levels, that is translated into a correlation between pixels describing the same object.
TL;DR: The components and concepts that are used in various metaheuristics are outlined in order to analyze their similarities and differences and the classification adopted in this paper differentiates between single solution based metaheURistics and population based meta heuristics.
01 Jan 2008
TL;DR: EvoCOMNET Contributions.
Abstract: EvoCOMNET Contributions.- New Research in Nature Inspired Algorithms for Mobility Management in GSM Networks.- Adaptive Local Search for a New Military Frequency Hopping Planning Problem.- SS vs PBIL to Solve a Real-World Frequency Assignment Problem in GSM Networks.- Reconstruction of Networks from Their Betweenness Centrality.- A Self-learning Optimization Technique for Topology Design of Computer Networks.- A Comparative Study of Fuzzy Inference Systems, Neural Networks and Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference Systems for Portscan Detection.- EvoFIN Contributions.- Evolutionary Single-Position Automated Trading.- Genetic Programming in Statistical Arbitrage.- Evolutionary System for Generating Investment Strategies.- Horizontal Generalization Properties of Fuzzy Rule-Based Trading Models.- Particle Swarm Optimization for Tackling Continuous Review Inventory Models.- Option Model Calibration Using a Bacterial Foraging Optimization Algorithm.- A SOM and GP Tool for Reducing the Dimensionality of a Financial Distress Prediction Problem.- Quantum-Inspired Evolutionary Algorithms for Financial Data Analysis.- EvoHOT Contributions.- Analysis of Reconfigurable Logic Blocks for Evolvable Digital Architectures.- Analogue Circuit Control through Gene Expression.- Discovering Several Robot Behaviors through Speciation.- Architecture Performance Prediction Using Evolutionary Artificial Neural Networks.- Evolving a Vision-Driven Robot Controller for Real-World Indoor Navigation.- Evolving an Automatic Defect Classification Tool.- Deterministic Test Pattern Generator Design.- An Evolutionary Methodology for Test Generation for Peripheral Cores Via Dynamic FSM Extraction.- Exploiting MOEA to Automatically Geneate Test Programs for Path-Delay Faults in Microprocessors.- EvoIASP Contributions.- Evolutionary Object Detection by Means of Naive Bayes Models Estimation.- An Evolutionary Framework for Colorimetric Characterization of Scanners.- Artificial Creatures for Object Tracking and Segmentation.- Automatic Recognition of Hand Gestures with Differential Evolution.- Optimizing Computed Tomographic Angiography Image Segmentation Using Fitness Based Partitioning.- A GA-Based Feature Selection Algorithm for Remote Sensing Images.- An Evolutionary Approach for Ontology Driven Image Interpretation.- Hybrid Genetic Algorithm Based on Gene Fragment Competition for Polyphonic Music Transcription.- Classification of Seafloor Habitats Using Genetic Programming.- Selecting Local Region Descriptors with a Genetic Algorithm for Real-World Place Recognition.- Object Detection Using Neural Networks and Genetic Programming.- Direct 3D Metric Reconstruction from Multiple Views Using Differential Evolution.- Discrete Tomography Reconstruction through a New Memetic Algorithm.- A Fuzzy Hybrid Method for Image Decomposition Problem.- Triangulation Using Differential Evolution.- Fast Multi-template Matching Using a Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm for PCB Inspection.- EvoMUSART Contributions.- A Generative Representation for the Evolution of Jazz Solos.- Automatic Invention of Fitness Functions with Application to Scene Generation.- Manipulating Artificial Ecosystems.- Evolved Diffusion Limited Aggregation Compositions.- Scaffolding for Interactively Evolving Novel Drum Tracks for Existing Songs.- AtomSwarm: A Framework for Swarm Improvisation.- Using DNA to Generate 3D Organic Art Forms.- Towards Music Fitness Evaluation with the Hierarchical SOM.- Evolutionary Pointillist Modules: Evolving Assemblages of 3D Objects.- An Artificial-Chemistry Approach to Generating Polyphonic Musical Phrases.- Implicit Fitness Functions for Evolving a Drawing Robot.- Free Flight in Parameter Space: A Dynamic Mapping Strategy for Expressive Free Impro.- Modelling Video Games' Landscapes by Means of Genetic Terrain Programming - A New Approach for Improving Users' Experience.- Virtual Constructive Swarm Compositions and Inspirations.- New-Generation Methods in an Interpolating EC Synthesizer Interface.- Composing Music with Neural Networks and Probabilistic Finite-State Machines.- TransFormer #13: Exploration and Adaptation of Evolution Expressed in a Dynamic Sculpture.- EvoNUM Contributions.- Multiobjective Tuning of Robust PID Controllers Using Evolutionary Algorithms.- Truncation Selection and Gaussian EDA: Bounds for Sustainable Progress in High-Dimensional Spaces.- Scalable Continuous Multiobjective Optimization with a Neural Network-Based Estimation of Distribution Algorithm.- Cumulative Step Length Adaptation for Evolution Strategies Using Negative Recombination Weights.- Computing Surrogate Constraints for Multidimensional Knapsack Problems Using Evolution Strategies.- A Critical Assessment of Some Variants of Particle Swarm Optimization.- An Evolutionary Game-Theoretical Approach to Particle Swarm Optimisation.- A Hybrid Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm for Function Optimization.- EvoSTOC Contributions.- Memory Based on Abstraction for Dynamic Fitness Functions.- A Memory Enhanced Evolutionary Algorithm for Dynamic Scheduling Problems.- Compound Particle Swarm Optimization in Dynamic Environments.- An Evolutionary Algorithm for Adaptive Online Services in Dynamic Environment.- EvoTHEORY Contributions.- A Study of Some Implications of the No Free Lunch Theorem.- Negative Slope Coefficient and the Difficulty of Random 3-SAT Instances.- EvoTRANSLOG Contributions.- A Memetic Algorithm for the Team Orienteering Problem.- Decentralized Evolutionary Optimization Approach to the p-Median Problem.- Genetic Computation of Road Network Design and Pricing Stackelberg Games with Multi-class Users.- Constrained Local Search Method for Bus Fleet Scheduling Problem with Multi-depot with Line Change.- Evolutionary System with Precedence Constraints for Ore Harbor Schedule Optimization.
TL;DR: An in-depth survey of the state-of-the-art of academic research in the field of EDO and other meta-heuristics in four areas: benchmark problems/generators, performance measures, algorithmic approaches, and theoretical studies is carried out.
Abstract: Optimization in dynamic environments is a challenging but important task since many real-world optimization problems are changing over time. Evolutionary computation and swarm intelligence are good tools to address optimization problems in dynamic environments due to their inspiration from natural self-organized systems and biological evolution, which have always been subject to changing environments. Evolutionary optimization in dynamic environments, or evolutionary dynamic optimization (EDO), has attracted a lot of research effort during the last 20 years, and has become one of the most active research areas in the field of evolutionary computation. In this paper we carry out an in-depth survey of the state-of-the-art of academic research in the field of EDO and other meta-heuristics in four areas: benchmark problems/generators, performance measures, algorithmic approaches, and theoretical studies. The purpose is to for the first time (i) provide detailed explanations of how current approaches work; (ii) review the strengths and weaknesses of each approach; (iii) discuss the current assumptions and coverage of existing EDO research; and (iv) identify current gaps, challenges and opportunities in EDO.
TL;DR: The main purpose of this paper is to outline the state of the art and to identify open challenges concerning the most relevant areas within bio-inspired optimization, thereby highlighting the need for reaching a consensus and joining forces towards achieving valuable insights into the understanding of this family of optimization techniques.
Abstract: In recent years, the research community has witnessed an explosion of literature dealing with the mimicking of behavioral patterns and social phenomena observed in nature towards efficiently solving complex computational tasks. This trend has been especially dramatic in what relates to optimization problems, mainly due to the unprecedented complexity of problem instances, arising from a diverse spectrum of domains such as transportation, logistics, energy, climate, social networks, health and industry 4.0, among many others. Notwithstanding this upsurge of activity, research in this vibrant topic should be steered towards certain areas that, despite their eventual value and impact on the field of bio-inspired computation, still remain insufficiently explored to date. The main purpose of this paper is to outline the state of the art and to identify open challenges concerning the most relevant areas within bio-inspired optimization. An analysis and discussion are also carried out over the general trajectory followed in recent years by the community working in this field, thereby highlighting the need for reaching a consensus and joining forces towards achieving valuable insights into the understanding of this family of optimization techniques.