Nishihara, first year graduate students, and Hiruta, undergraduate students, presented at "The 131st MPS conference" (17-18, Dec., Online). Hiruta, undergraduate student, fulfilled his best performance in spite of the first time about the conference presentation thanks to a lot of practices.
Prof. Nakata's review paper has accepted in "The Journal of The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan" by The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan. The more information is at Publication > Review.
Masaya Nakata, Current Direction on Evolutionary Rule-learning, The Journal of The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan, Vol.140, No.12, pp.786-789, The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan, 2020.
Five third year undergraduate students were assigned to Nakata Lab.
Sonoda and Nishihara, first year graduate students, presented at IEEE WCCI 2020 (Glasgow, UK). This is one of the most important international conferences in the field of computional intelligence, and held by online because of COVID-19.
Horiuchi, first year graduate students, presented at GECCO 2020 (Cancun, Mexico), one of the most important international conferences on evolutionary computation, but held online due to COVID-19.
Our paper about the learning optimality on the evolutionary rule-based system has been accepted to IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation. This is a joint work with A/Prof. Nakata and A/Prof. Browne (Victoria University of Wellington).
Masaya Nakata and Will N. Browne, Learning Optimality Theory for Accuracy-based Learning Classifier System, IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation, Early access.
One first-year master's degree student and five undergraduate students were assigned to Nakata Lab.
Nishihara, an undergraduate, was awarded by the YNU, Alumni Association of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan.
All five first generation students graduated from YNU.
As our laboratory, we were able to have a good year off to start out great. We are very greatful to those who supported us.
Two papers by two undergraduates (one by Sonoda and the other by Nishihara) have been accepted to the oral session in IEEE WCCI2020(CEC).
Takumi Sonoda and Masaya Nakata, MOEA/D-S^3: MOEA/D using SVM-based Surrogates adjusted to Subproblems for Many objective optimization, IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence 2020, accepted.
Kei Nishihara and Masaya Nakata, Competitive-Adaptive Algorithm-Tuning of Metaheuristics inspired by the Equilibrium Theory: A Case Study, IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence 2020, accepted.
A paper by Horiuchi, an undergraduate, has been accepted to the oral session in GECCO2020.
Motoki Horiuchi and Masaya Nakata, Self-adaptation of XCS learning parameters based on Learning theory, Genetic and Evolutionary Compuation Conference 2020, accepted.
Our open labs(Mar. 2, 3 and 9 11:00am) for the laboratory assignment have been canceled. As an alternative, we will set up individual explanations while taking infection prevention measures. Those who want to know about our lab can talk with the members of Nakata lab in detail.
Checking laboratory assignment page via MembersOnly beforehand, please send an e-mail to Prof. Nakata.