IEEE Conference record no. #43045
Asia Modelling Symposium 2017
Eleventh Asia International Conference on
Mathematical Modelling and Computer Simulation
Kota Kinabalu, 4 - 6 December 2017
Le Meridien Hotel, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
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Assoc. Prof Zuwairie Ibrahim, UMP
Dr Ibrahim Shapiai, UTM
Dr Adam Brentnall, Queen Mary, London University
Dr Alessandra Orsoni
Kingston University, UK
Local General Chair:
Dr. Ibrahim Shapiai, UTM
Dr. Mohammad Faizal Ahmad Fauzi
Chairman, IEEE Malaysia Section
Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Multimedia University
Prof Frank Wang, UK
Prof Philip Sallis, AUT
Prof Paulus Rihardjo, UNPAR
Dr Alessandra Orsoni,
University of Kingston
University of Malaya.
Prof Patrick Wang, USA
Prof Jasmy Yunus, UTM
Prof Borhanuddin Mohd Bin Ali, UPM
Dr Adam Brentnall,
Queen Mary London University
Assoc. Prof Ismail Saad, UMS
Prof Mahamod Ismail UKM
Prof Rosni Abdullah, USM
Prof Rosalam Sarbatly, UMS
Papers to be Published
Paper Submission DEADLINE: 15 October 2017 (EDAS stays open for few more days after this date to accept late papers)
Best papers selected for IJSSST
Papers are invited on any aspect of mathematical and analytical modelling and computer simulation within the broad field of system engineering and their application in scientific and technological research, industrial development, business enterprises and management studies. Examples include (but not limited to):
Automotive, Aeronautical & Mechanical Engineering
Computer networks - applications
Computing & Communications
Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
Parallel and Distributed Computing
Papers presenting work validated by experimentation, simulation or analysis are solicited. Papers with application and experimental focus from both industry and academy, duly documenting lessons learnt from test-beds, field trials or real deployments are particularly welcome. Manuscripts must be submitted electronically through the EDAS system. The conference will be held in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. Accepted papers will be published by the IEEE Conference Publication Service, CPS, and will be submitted to Computer Society for approval for the online Digital Library and I-Xplore for unparalleled worldwide presence. Selected papers will be submitted for publication in the International Journal of Simulation: Systems, Science & Technology, IJSSST (http://ijssst.info). The event provides authors with an outstanding opportunity for networking and presenting their work at a top quality international conference.
The 11th Asia Modelling Symposium (AMS2017) aims to provide an outstanding opportunity to share and exchange knowledge and experience in the mathematical/analytical modelling and computer simulation fields for scientific professionals, engineers, academicians and industrialists.
- Intelligent Systems and Applications
- Hybrid and Soft Computing
- Neural Networks
- Fuzzy Systems
- Evolutionary Computation
- Autonomous Mental Development
- Adaptive Dynamic Programming and Reinforcement Learning
- Bioinformatics and Bioengineering
- Computational Finance and Economics
- Data and Semantic Mining
- Games, VR and Visualization
- Emergent Technologies
- Systems Intelligence and Intelligence Systems
- Control of Intelligent Systems and Control Intelligence
- e-Science and e-Systems
- Robotics, Cybernetics, Engineering, Manufacturing and Control
- Methodologies, Tools and Operations Research
- Discrete Event and Real Time Systems
- Image, Speech and Signal Processing
- Natural Language Processing/language technologies
- Industry, Business, Management, Human Factors and Social Issues
- Energy, Power, Transport, Logistics, Harbour, Shipping and Marine Simulation
- Virtual Reality, Visualization and Computer Games
- Parallel and Distributed Architectures and Systems
- Internet Modelling, Semantic Web and Ontologies
- Mobile/Ad hoc wireless networks, mobicast, sensor placement, target tracking
- Performance Engineering of Computer & Communication Systems
- Circuits, Sensors and Devices
- create an account with EDAS by clicking on the link below
- open the list of conferences managed by EDAS & find AMS2017.
- click on Submit button on the right to enter your paper title & abstract
- upload file.
Click here to submit paper: https://edas.info, you must have an EDAS account to login with user name and password to open EDAS.
The Symposium will focus on all aspects of modelling and simulation techniques, particularly those involving intelligent and hybrid intelligent systems in engineering, remote sensing and wireless technologies. Models in computational intelligence, hybrid and connectionist systems, evolutionary algorithms and fuzzy systems are used by designers, implementers and managers to improve understanding, evaluation and assessment. Modelling and Simulation techniques provide fundamental support at all stages of the life cycle in application areas such as industry, business, energy, transport and the environment.
Papers are invited in these and other areas:
- Industry, Business and Management
- Algorithms, Methods and their Applications
- Methodologies and Tools
- Energy, Power Generation and Distribution
- Distributed Systems and Networks
- Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
- Environment and Health
- Education and Training
- Remote Sensing applications & technologies
- Robotics, Fuzzy modelling, Control and Automation
- Software Agents and Agent Based Simulation
- Knowledge and Data Mining
- Neural Networks and Evolutionary Computation
- Swarm Intelligence & Technology
- Architectures of Intelligent Systems
- Image, Speech and Signal Processing
- Internet Modelling, Semantic Web and Ontologies
You are invited
- proposal to organize a technical session and/or workshop.
Submissions must be original, unpublished work containing new and interesting results that demonstrate current research in all areas of intelligent systems modelling and simulation and their applications in science, technology, business and commerce. As in previous years, see AMS2007, AMS2008, AMS2009, AMS2010, AMS2011, AMS2012, AMS2013, AMS2014, and AMS2015, the proceedings of the Conference will be submitted for inclusion in the IEEE Computer Society Digital Library (CSDL) and I-Xplore. The conference is jointly organised by UK Simulation Society and Asia Modelling and Simulation Section and is sponsored by:
- IEEE UK &RI Computer Chapter (technically co-sponsor)
- UK Simulation Society (full sponsor)
- European Simulation federation, EUROSIM (patron/supporter/promoter)
- European Council for Modelling and Simulation, ECMS (patron/supporter/promoter)
Submission implies the willingness of at least one of the authors to register and present the paper. All papers are to be submitted electronically,- see full instructions under Paper Submission above, in PDF or Word format. All papers will be peer reviewed by at least three independent referees of the international program committee of AMS2017.
Authors of the best papers will be invited to revise and extend their work for publication in a special issue of the International Journal of Simulation: Systems, Science and Technology.
Conference website: http://ams2017.info
1. Non-attendance does not affect publication in the CD, it only affects submission to I-Xplore (about 6 to 12 months after the conference).
2. Authors who find it impossible to attend but still wish their paper to be submitted to I-Xplore must upload their Presentation file to EDAS for review by the committee to approve submission to I-Xplore. The presentation file must include the reasons and explanation for non attendance in the first slide after the title slide.
3. Authors who confirm their intention to attend and present but do not show up will not have the proceedings CD sent to them nor will their paper be submitted to I-Xplore.
4. The presentation program must be accurate to avoid time waste.
I-Xplore: a paper will not be submitted to I-Xplore if it suffers from one or more of the following problems:
1. Below average English,
1. Below average English,
2. Excessive number of citations to the authors own work in References,
3. Little interaction with EE and Computing,
4. Not within the conference scope or has not followed Template,
5. Author did not offer Valid reasons for not attending or not submitted the presentation file (for committee review) or both.
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Prof Betim Cico, Macedonia Republic
Prof. Dr. Abo Al-Ola Atif
Prof. Ferda Nur Alpaslan, Turkey
Prof. Jiri Kunovsky, Czech Republic
Prof. Agostino Bruzzon, Italy
Prof. Arpad Kelemen, USA
Prof. Yuehui Chen, China
Prof. Emilio Corchado, Spain
Prof. Shamsudin Amin, Malaysia
Prof. P. Pichappan, India
Prof. Crina Grosan, Romania
Prof Paulus Rihardjo, Indonesia
Prof. Xiao-Zhi Gao, Finland
Prof Wimpy Santosa, Indonesia
Prof. Rubiyah Yusof, Malaysia
Prof. Marzuki B. Khalid, Malaysia
Prof. Daniela Zaharie, Romania
Prof. Osamu Ono, Japan
Prof Robertus Triweko, Indonesia
Prof. Sanjay Chaudhary, India
Prof. Sung-Bae Cho, Korea
Prof. Jeng-Shyang Pan, Taiwan
Prof. Carlos Martin Vide, Spain Prof. Zhou Mingtao, China
Prof. Kazunori Sato, Japan
Prof Shah Rizam Mohd Shah Baki, Malaysia
Prof. Kunio Igusa, Japan
Prof Mohamed Khalil Hani, Malaysia
Prof Yuri Merkuryev, Latvia
Prof Teruaki Ito, Japan
Prof Eduard Babulak, Fiji
Prof Mokhtar Beldjehem, Canada
Prof R K Subramanian, Mauritius
Prof K.G. Subramanian, Malaysia
Dr Janos Janosy, Hungary
Dr Arijit Bhattacharya
Dr Farshad Moradi, Sweden
Dr Helen Karatza, Greece
Dr Seema Verma
Dr. Gaby Neumann, Germany
Dr. Rashid Mehmood, UK
Dr Cecilia Nugraheni
Prof Rosni Abdullah, Malaysia
Dr Hadzli Hashim, Malaysia
Dr. Fazal Rehman, MAJ University, Pakistan Dr Richard Zobel, UK
Dr Habibah Hashim, Malaysia
Dr. Issakki Kosonen, Helsinki
Dr Kinley Aritonang, Indonesia
Dr Paulus Kartawijaya, Indonesia
Dr Bagus Arthaya, Indonesia
Dr Shamin Ahmad, UK
Dr Dhiya Al-Jumeily, UK
Dr Nooritawati Md Tahir, Malaysia
Dr Tri Basuki, Indonesia
Dr Dharma Lesmono, Indonesia
Prof. Andrzej Dzielinski, Poland
Prof. Leonid Novitski, Latvia
Dr. Hongbo Liu, China
Dr Ijaz Uddin, Pakistan
Dr Zuhaina Zakaria, Malaysia
Dr Danilo Pelusi, Italy
Dr Ari Prihatmanto, Indonesia
Dr Miryam Wijaya, Indonesia
Prof. Hisao Ishibuchi, Japan
Dr Carlota Tovar, Spain
Dr. D K Pra, India
Dr Cecilia Lauw, Indonesia
Dr Fengge Gao, UK
Dr Xiaohong Gao, UK
Mr Mohsen Askari, Australia
Dr Budi Bisowarno, Indonesia
Dr Buana Girisuta, Indonesia
Dr Mo Song, UK
Dr Vincent C S Lee, Australia
Prof. Gerrit Janssens, Belgium
Dr Edward Williams, USA
Prof Atulya Nagar, UK
Dr Wahidah Mansor, Malaysia
Dr Sani Susanto, Indonesia
Prof Sadiq Hussain, USA
Dr. Alan Crispin, UK
Dr Frank Ball, UK
Dr Kambiz Badie
Pandian Vasant, Malaysia,
Lucky Adhie, Indonesia
Ali Sadiyoko, Indonesia
Dong-hwa Kim, Korea,
Rian Pratikto, Indonesia
Zhang Yi, China
Noor Aziz, Malaysia
Muhammad Haron, Malaysia
Elisati Hulu, Indonesia
Min-Shiang Hwang, Taiwan
Jeng-Shyang Pan, Taiwan
Marihot Nainggolan, Indonesia
Thedy Yogasara, Indonesia
Noor Hafizah Abdul Aziz, Malaysia
Dr. Saleh A. Al-Jufout, Jordan
Dr. Er Meng Joo, Singapore
Cynthia Juwono, Indonesia
Ignatius Sandy, Indonesia
Paramasivan Saratchandran, Singapore
Mario Koeppen, Japan
Registration: Only one method of payment is available on EDAS:
Credit Card: payment is accepted online and confirmation/receipt is instant (click on the big word PAID in the payment line and the receipt appears to print and submit to your budget holder to claim fee).
Here is the procedure:
1. go to EDAS at http://edas.info and click on Register yellow tab at the top, a list of conferences will appear
2. Scroll down to conference name (e.g. AMS2017) line and click on the extreme right green money symbol at the end of this line, a new page will appear
3. click on the extreme right button (Trolley symbol) after USD $595, a new table will immediately appear under a new line Registered, but no paid.
4. Under this table a list of credit card symbols and SWIFT. Click on the credit card symbol.
5. A new page will appear, enter all card details, scroll down to the bottom and click Pay for Registration
6. REMEMBER: NO payment received by the set deadline means your paper will NOT be in the Proceedings.
If you have problems meeting this deadline email
Best wishes and look forward to meeting you at the conference.
AMS2017, Level-3, Le Meridien Hotel, Program 3pm KK time 3 December
AMS2017 Published Papers by Track
1. Check the name in your paper row below: If the presenter's name is correct, excellent, no need for further action.
2. If the presenter’s name is not correct kindly email the general chair on firstname.lastname@example.org to give the correct name and set it on EDAS.
3. Authors who find it impossible to attend but still wish their papers to be considered for I-Xplore, must upload their presentation file to EDAS as soon as possible for review by the committee to assign a substitute presenter to approve submission to I-Xplore.
4. It is VITAL to provide correct information, the program must be accurate to avoid time waste. Authors who put presenter but no one shows up will Not have the CD sent to them Nor will their paper be considered for I-Xplore.
Please specify the presenter as soon as possible and by 11pm Wednesday 15 November KK time latest!!
5. Volunteers are needed to chair and co-chair sessions: Kindly look through the Program Table above and choose a session you wish to chair or co-chair (but you are not presenter), e.g. Tue.am2 (i.e. Tuesday morning after coffee break) and email email@example.com ASAP and by Wednesday 15 November 11pm KK time!! We need 2 chair-persons per session.
A certificate of Merit will be issued to all session chairs and co-chairs to mark our appreciation of your contribution to the success of the conference.
The Internet of Things: Seen and Hidden!
Prof. Dr. Philip Sallis
Professor in Computer Science and Geo-Computation
School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Auckland University of Technology
Common parlance has the Internet of Things (IoT) as examples of interconnected electronic devices used across a broad spectrum of applications. A dictionary definition says, [The Internet of Things is] . . the interconnection via the Internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data. This definition is manifestly correct but does it encompass all characteristics of IoT implementations and adequately describe this burgeoning research and development domain?
This presentation will consider the nature of the IoT phenomenon and describe some examples of application implementations that have both seen and unseen elements to their being. These elements need to be taken into consideration when modelling dynamical systems and incorporated into simulations of potential operationally required solutions. The talk will conclude with what is proposed as a more comprehensive IoT definition.
Professor Philip Sallis has been a regular presenter at the AMS, EuroSim and UKSim conferences over the past decade or so. He has a computer science career spanning some 45 years in the UK, Australia and New Zealand, with adjunct positions in Hong Kong, the USA and Chile.
Over the past decade he has worked in the area of Geo-Computation, particularly Agro-Meteorology. Some of his IoT examples will relate to this research domain, which includes climate and atmosphere studies as well as wireless sensor network (WSN) design, development and implementation for weather monitoring, pest control for vegetation conservation, autonomous vehicles and pollution dispersal modelling.
Professor Sallis is Pro Vice Chancellor at AUT and currently on Sabbatical leave. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Information Technology Professionals in New Zealand and a Member of the Royal Society.
He is a Life Member of the International Association of Mathematical Geophysics, a Senior Member of the IEEE and was recently awarded Life Membership of that Institution.
The Impact of 4th Wave Core Technologies on the Evolution of Paradigms for the Economy, Society and Education
Prof. Dr. Dong Hwa Kim
KEC Director and Professor TDTU
The idea of Fourth Wave as suggested by Alvin Toffler's historical wave theory was originally propounded in The Third Wave (circa 1980). And the WEF (World Economic Forum) dealt with the theme of the Fourth Industrial Revolution at the 2016 Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland.
It predicted the Fourth Industrial Revolution as building on the Digital Revolution. It represented new ways in which technology becomes embedded within societies and even the human body by innovations in robotics, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, quantum computing, biotechnology, IoT (Internet of Things), 3D printing, and autonomous vehicles.
The combination and interaction among these technologies will lead to paradigms shifts in economy and social structure and behaviour. These are further influenced by changes in research patterns in related technology areas to give opportunities to create new jobs and disappearance of traditional jobs. Within the context of curricula development in universities, the education systems and research methods should consider seriously: i) how an institution is organized, ii) how it defines operation, iii) how it relates to surrounding communities and teams, iv) how it responds to research solutions and results, and v) how it takes part in strategies and plans. This lecture deals with these topics and provides suggestions on the many possible approaches of the 4th wave based on our first-hand experience over the past 3 decades.
Examples of Core Technologies, their Evolution and Impact: we review the impact of technological developments including mobile communication, GSM, drones application, games, driverless vehicles and speculate on how their evolution will be influenced by the interaction and cross fertilization of emerging concepts.
Name: Dong Hwa Kim(金東和), Ph.D
Current work: Director of KEC, Professor TDT University,
President: Society of HuCARE, Korea
Cell phone: 82-10-4899-1170.
Ph.D-1: Dept. of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and Engineering (K. Hirota Lab.), TIT (Tokyo Institute of Technology, K. Hirota Lab.), Tokyo, Japan.
Ph.D-2: Dept. of Electronics Eng., Ajou University, Korea (Multivariable State Feedback Control of Turbo Generator).
MA: Dept. of Electrical Eng., Graduate School of InHa University (Electrical Material, Plasma based Vacuum Thin Film).
Hallym University: Advanced Program for International Cooperation, Hallym Institute of Advanced International Studies.
Professor, Director of Korean Experts Center Of TDT University, Vietnam.
Dean, Graduate School of Huree University, Mongolia, 2015.
Prof., Dept. of Control Eng., Hanbat National University, March 2, 1993-Feb. 2015.
Honorary Prof. Hanbat National University (Feb 28, 2015- ).
Associate Fellow Researcher, University Malaysia Sabah (Aug. 6, 2014 - Aug. 5, 2016).
Visiting Professor, Mechanical, Optics & Engineering Informatics, Budapest University of Technology and Economic, March 20 - Feb 2013.
EU-FP7 (EU- Framework Program) NCP (ICT) in Korea, April 29, 2011-2015.
Director, KNRF (Korea National Research Foundation), 2006-2008.
Visiting Prof., University of Alberta, Canada, March 1, 1999-March 1, 2000.
Invited Researcher, AECL (Atomic Energy Canada Lab.), Canada, Nov. 1985-Nov.1986.
Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Nov. 1977 - March 1993.
Korea-Hungary Joint Work: Aug. 1, 2010-Feb. 28, 2011, Robot Motion Related topics of the ETOCOM Project, Consultation with research staff members and giving related lectures.
President, Daedeok Korea-India Forum, March 1, 2010 - 2015
Vice President, Daedeok Korea-Japan Forum, March 1, 2010 - 2015
Director of Science Culture Research Institute, Korea Science Foundation, Sept. 8, 2006 - Jan. 31, 2008.
Vice-President of the recognition board of the world congress of arts, sciences and communications, IBC, Sept. 1, 2007-2010, UK.
Plenary Invited Speaker (International Conferences)
ICARI2017, Dec. 29-30, 2017, Shanghai, China, New technology and social paradigm in 21C.
ICIEE2017, Feb. 22-24, 2017, Singapore, What we Have to Prepare for the 21 C, 4-Revolution, several keynotes.
Special Invited Lecture (University)
Future Technology as Mega Trend, Invited by the Indian National Science Council, March 15-25, 2016.
Nelson Mandela Univ., Tanzania: Adjustable Technology and Robots, Dec. 26, 2012, Africa.
Keynote Lectures at 30 universities world wide.
Tuning Innovation with Biotechnology (Pan Stanford Publishing, 2017), ISBN 978-981-4745-55-2.
How to they educate for famous university, July 2017.
Project: Emotion Robot and its Application (KNRF), Sept.1, 2012-Feb. 2015.
Awards: International Einstein Award for Scientific Achievement, 2010.5.4, IBC, UK
Column and Newspaper: New fusion era (March, 2010), Dynamic News, etc.
Digital Pathology for Cancer Diagnosis and Prognosis
Dr. Mohammad Faizal Ahmad Fauzi
Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Multimedia University
Digital pathology is the management and interpretation of pathology information in a digital environment that enables better, faster and cheaper diagnosis, prognosis and prediction of cancer and other important diseases. With the advent of whole slide imaging, the field of digital pathology has exploded, and is currently regarded as one of the most promising avenues of diagnostic medicine. Histopathological analysis of tissues has also been gaining a lot of interests as a result; developing computer algorithms to assist pathologists from cell detection and counting, to tissue classification and cancer grading. The introduction of such automated algorithms and systems will enable the pathologists to channel their much needed medical expertise in other important work. Research in histopathological image analysis however has yet to take off in Malaysia, with very little work currently reported in the field. In this talk, we will share our work on the detection, analysis and grading of various cancers. These include glioblastoma and metastases classification in neuropathology intraoperative diagnosis, follicular lymphoma grading, prognostic reporting of p53 expression, breast carcinoma detection and grading, as well as tumor budding detection in colorectal cancer.
Mohammad Faizal Ahmad Fauzi (MIEM, SMIEEE) received his B.Eng. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Imperial College London in 1999 and his Ph.D. in Electronics and Computer Science from University of Southampton in 2004. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Engineering, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya. His main research interests are in the area of signal and image processing, pattern recognition, computer vision and biomedical informatics. He has published more than 70 journal and conference articles to date. Mohammad Faizal is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He was the chair for the Signal Processing Society Malaysia Chapter from 2008 to 2013. Under his stewardship, the chapter won the inaugural IEEE Signal Processing Society Chapter of the Year Award in 2011. He is currently serving as the Chair of the IEEE Malaysia Section since January 2017.