Invited Session on Optimization and Modeling of Complex system of Systems (OMCS)
Optimization and Modeling of Complex system of Systems are becoming standard practice across all sectors, including health, engineering, business, education, security, and citizen interaction with local and national government. They facilitate rapid and easy dissemination of information and data to assist service providers and end-users, offering existing and newly engineered services, products, and communication channels. Recent years have witnessed rising interest in these computerized systems and procedures, which exploit different forms of electronic media in order to offer effective and sophisticated solutions to a wide range of real-world applications.
Optimization will also be covered. It intends generally a reduction operation of a definite quantity. This process naturally takes place in our environment and through our activities. For example, many natural systems evolve, in order to minimize their potential energy. Modelling these phenomena then largely relies on our capacity to artificially reproduce these processes. In parallel, optimization problems have quickly emerged from human activities, notably from economic concerns.
The main objective of the session is to bring together researchers, practitioners and industrials from around the world interested in the area of optimization and modelling of complex systems, to exchange and report on new developments and advancements that cover a wide range of current issues in the design, engineering, and adoption of e-systems.
The invited session will also include a lecture by a distinguished keynote speaker:
Prof. ALAIN CARDON, Université Paris VI, France
This special session would solicit the submission of original papers describing significant results and developments from both researchers and practitioners in a specific range of fields addressing topics focusing on the use of e-systems in many areas of sectors of contemporary life, including:
Accepted papers will be published in the proceeding in the IEEE Xplore, Scopus and DBLP. Furthermore, authors of high quality contributions will be invited to submit an extended version of their work for potential publication in a special issue/section of an international journal.