Program (Oct29 edition), complex09,Nov4~Nov7,tokyo,japan

Day1(Nov.4)
14:30Registration
15:30-16:30 Prof. Matsushita
17:00-18:00 Prof. Aoki
18:30-19:30Welcome Party
This Schedule is TENTATIVE.
25min presentation time for each paper in regular session that includes the time for questions.
Day2(Nov.5)
8:45Registration
9:00Opening Address
9:30-10:30Prof. Nishinari
10:45 SS1-1 / SS2,3-1 / SS5
13:20-14:20Prof. Jackson
14:30 SS1-2 / SS2,3-2 / RS-1
Day3(Nov.6)
8:45Registration
9:00-10:00Prof.Hoylist
10:20 SS1-3 / SS4-1 / RS-2
13:30-14:30Prof.Schweitzer
14:50 SS1-4 / SS4-2 / RS-3
16:50 Poster Session
18:30 Banquet
Day4(Nov.7)
8:45Registration
9:00 RS-4 / RS-5 / RS-6
10:20 RS-7 / RS-8 / RS-9
11:35Closing Address
11:50confenrence will be closed

Nov4

  • 15:30-16:30 Tutorial: Statistical Aspects of Complex Systems - From aged people's diseases to municipality populations

    Professor Matushita (Chuo University, Japan)
  • 17:00-18:00 Invited Talk: Non-self averaging Phenomena, Ignored Factor in the Explanation for the Recent Macro Economic Disaster

    Professor Aoki (UCLA, USA)
    (Chair: Prof. Aruka)
  • 18:30-19:30 Welcome Party
    • Briords (Western) in Ground Floor of this conference site.
  • Nov5

  • 9:00-9:15 Opening Address (Prof. Matsushita (Chuo University, Japan))
  • 9:30-10:30 Invited Talk: Jamology - traffic jams of self-driven particles

    Professor Katsuhiro Nishinari (University of Tokyo )
    (Chair: Prof. Namatame)
  • 10:45-12:00 Special Session 1 Part 1 (Room1)

    SS1-1
    • Fei Zhai, Kenji Takahashi, Hiroto Shinnoki, Ryousuke Fujiwara and Eisuke Kita (Nagoya University, Japan), Influence of Investors' Loss-Cut Behavior to Artificial Market
    • Jun-ichi Maskawa*, Wataru Souma and Kensuke Fukuda (*Seijo University, Japan, **Nihon University, Japan, ***National Institute of Informatics, Japan), Large correlations and a multi-factor model in stock market
    • Mieko Tanaka-Yamawaki and Taku Murakami (Tottori University, Japan), EVOLUTION OF COOPERATION IN THE ITERATED PRISONER'S DILEMMA CONSIDERING REPUTATION
    • Tetsuya Takahashi (Hiroshima University of Economics, Japan), Analysis of Realized Volatility in Superstatistics
    • Zeyu zheng and Kazuko Yamasaki (Tokyo University of Information Sciences, Japan), Multiscaling and memory of volatility return intervals in stock, electricity and crude oil futures markets
  • 10:45-12:00 Special Session 2&3 Part 1 (Room2)

    SS2,3-1
    • Alina Sirbu, Heather J Ruskin and Martin Crane (Dublin City University, Ireland), Evolutionary algorithms in genetic regulatory network modelling with microarray data
    • Dimitri Perrin, Heather J. Ruskin and Benoit Claude (Dublin City University, Ireland), Computer-Based City Model and Control of Epidemic Spreads
    • Kenji Tsunoda* (Nagoya University, Japan), Kyoko Shinya** and Yasuhiro Suzuki* (*Nagoya University, Japan, **Kobe University, Japan), Investigation of the process of pandemic of Influenza virus using Multi-Agent System
  • 10:45-12:00 Special Session 5 (Room3)

    SS5
    • Kazuhisa TANIGUCHI (Kinki University, Japan), Transaction Experiments by Humans with the U-Mart Zaraba Trading Method -Why did they gain or lose?
    • Yoshihito Akimoto*, Naoki Mori*, Isao Ono**, Hiroshi Sato***, Yoshihiro Nakajima****, Hiroyuki Matsui*****, Yusuke Koyama****** and Hajime Kita***** (*Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, **Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, ***National Defense Academy, Japan, ****Osaka City University, Japan, *****Kyoto University, ******Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan), A Novel Market Simulator for Analyzing and Designing Markets called U-Mart System version 3.0
    • Yoshihiro Nakajima* and Naoki Mori** (*Osaka City University, Japan, **Osaka Prefecture University, Japan), Design of Experimental Environment for Artificial Financial Market
    • ZhangLong Chen*, Hiroshi Takahashi**, Takashi Yamada*, Atsushi, Yoshikawa* and Takao Terano* (*Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, **Keio University, Japan), Exploring Trade Execution Strategies through U-Mart Simulation Experiments

  • 13:20-14:20 Invited Talk:How Social Network Structure affects Diffusion and Learning

    Professor Matthew Jackson (Stanford University)
    (Chair: Prof. Aruka)
  • 14:30-17:00 Special Session 1 Part 2 (Room1)

    SS1-2
    • Erik Armundito*, Anang Gunawan*, Roby Fadillah* and Alex Smajgl** (*National Development Planning Agency, Indonesia, CSIRO, Australia), Assessing Cash Transfer Program on Poverty Alleviation in East Kalimantan, Indonesia: an Agent Based Model Simulation
    • Hiroshi Morita, Akira Namatame and Hiroshi Sato (National Defense Academy, Japan), Diffusion Dynamics with Network externalities
    • Yiheyis Maru and Paul Box (CSIRO, Australia), Agent-network modelling to understand agistment as adaptive pastoral management in complex desert ecosystems
    • Shigeto Kobayashi and Takashi Hashimoto (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan), Analysis of institutional evolution in circuit breakers using the concepts of replicator and interactor
    • Isao Yagi*, Takanobu Mizuta** and Kiyoshi Izumi*** (*Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, **SPARX Asset Managemtn Col. Ltd., Japan, ***National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan), A study on the effectiveness of short-selling regulation using artificial markets
  • 14:30-17:00 Special Session 2&3 Part 2 (Room2)

    SS2,3-2
    • Reiji Suzuki (Nagoya University, Japan), Yasunori Noba and Takaya Arita. Coevolution of learning and niche construction
    • Kenta Oomiya*, Keisuke Nakamura* and Keiji Suzuki** (*Future University Hakodate, Japan, **Hokkaido University, Japan), Influences of Mid-term Evaluation on Acquisition of Constructive Behaviors by Virtual Creature
    • Takuma Torii and Takashi Hashimoto (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan), Modeling Generation of Novel Expressions and Meanings in Symbolic Communication
    • Eric Silverman and Takashi Ikegami (University of Tokyo, Japan), Defining Robustness in Artificial Life
  • 14:30-17:00 Complexity in Network Part 1 (Room3)

    RS-1
    • Fumiya Kawasaki and Kousuke Yakubo (Hokkaido University, Japan), Crossover from Fractal to Small-world Properties in Complex Networks
    • Takehisa Hasegawa and Naoki Masuda (The University of Tokyo, Japan), Information cascades with aging of nodes in networks
    • Ken Yamamoto and Yoshihiro Yamazaki (Waseda University, Japan), Network analysis of two-Chinese-character compounds
    • David Green, Tania Leishman, Suzanne Sadedin and Gary Leishman (Monash University, Australia), Of ants and men – the role of complex networks in social trends
    • Toshihiko Yamamoto, Akira Namatame and Hiroshi Sato (National Defense Academy, Japan), Evolutionary Optimized Diffusion Networks
    • Yasumasa Ono and Yukio Hayashi (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan), Serious Damage in DDoS Attacks on the Internet at the AS Level
  • Nov6

  • 9:00-10:00 Invited Talk: Complexity of collective emotions

    Professor Janusz Holyst (Warsaw University of Technology)
    (Chair: Prof. Aki-Hiro Sato)
  • 10:20-12:00 Special Session 1 Part 3 (Room1)

    SS1-3
    • Paul Bell (University of Queensland, Australia), Network Averaging: a technique for determining a proxy for the dynamics of networks
    • Aki-Hiro Sato* and Takaki Hayashi** (*Kyoto University, Japan, **Keio University, Japan), Comprehensive measurement of agent behavior in financial markets
    • Shouji Fujimoto*, Atushi Ishikawa* and Takayuki Mizuno** (*Kanazawa Gakuen University, Japan, **Hitotsubashi University, Japan), Second Non-Gibrat's Laws in the middle scale firm sizes
  • 10:20-12:00 Special Session 4 Part 1 (Room2)

    SS4-1
    • Makoto Mizuno (Meiji University, Japan), Complexity in Marketing and Consumer Behavior: A Brief Review
    • Yukie Sano*, Kenta Yamada*, Hideki Takayasu**, Misako Takayasu*(* Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, ** Sony CSL, Japan)"Approaches to collective human dynamics using internet blog data"
    • Yufu Kuwashima*, Tomohiro Fukuhara** (*Toyo University, Japan, **University of Tokyo, Japan), Social Network Analysis of Word of Mouth on the Internet A Case of Movies
    • Isamu Okada*, Hitoshi Yamamoto** (*Soka University, Japan, **Rissho University Japan), A New Model on Consumer Behavior with Agent-based Simulation
  • 10:20-12:00 Complexity in Organization Part 1 (Room3)

    RS-2
    • Zakaria Babutsidze (Maastricht University, Netherlands), Knowledge Dynamics and Size Distribution of Firms
    • Maki Shoji and Satoru Masuda (Tohoku University, Japan), Relationship between national government and local administration in the process of planning and implementation of culture-based regional development : a case study of "Hub City of Asian Culture" as a national project in Kwangju, South Korea
    • Dong Hee Lee and Duk Hee Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea), Measuring complexity of innovation networks: The case of biotechnology sector in South Korea

  • 13:30-14:30 Invited Talk: Predicting Systemic Risk: The role of contagion and cascades

    Professor Frank Schweitzer (Chair of Systems Design, ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
    (Chair: Prof. Namatame)
  • 14:50-16:55 Special Session 1 Part 4 (Room1)

    SS1-4
    • Akira Ishii*, Naoya Matsuda*, Takehiro Matsumoto*, Hisashi Arakaki**, Takeshi Nakagawa*** and Narihiko Yoshida** (*Tottori University, Japan, Digital Hollywood University, Japan, ***Dentsu, Japan), Mathematical Model of Hit Phenomena and its application to movie entertainments
    • Ryohei Hisano and Takayuki Mizuno (Hitotsubashi University, Japan), Market share of household electrical appliances
    • Ryohei Hisano and Takayuki Mizuno, Market share of household electrical appliances
    • Shintaro Mori and Masato Hisakado (*Kitasato University, Japan, **Standard and Poor's, Japan), Emergence of Scale Invariance and Efficiency in Racetrack Betting Market
  • 14:50-16:30 Special Session 4 Part 2 (Room2)

    SS4-2
    • Takayuki Mizuno, Tsutomu Watanabe (Hitotsubashi University, Japan), Price Competition among E-retailers in Kakaku.com
    • Kotaro Ohori, Hiroto Suzuki, Yosuke Saito, Mariko Iida, and Shingo Takahashi (Waseda University, Japan), A Visitor Agent's Decision Making Model with Evoked Set in Theme Park Simulation
    • Hideaki Kitanaka*, Shirigu Kido**, Akira Suzuki and Jinya Nakamura*** (*Takushoku University, Japan, **Video Research Ltd., Goga. Inc. , The PR Effect of Consumers' Interaction and its Impact on Consumers' Brand Consideration
  • 14:50-16:30 Complexity in Behavior Part 1 (Room3)

    RS-3
    • Daniel Lafond*, Michel DuCharme*, Jean-François Gagnon** and Sébastien Tremblay** (*Defence R&D, Canada, **Université Lavel, Canada), Cognitive support requirements for decision making in complex systems
    • Hisami Nakamura* and Julyan Cartwright** (*Chuo University, Japan, ** CSIC, Spain), Literature and complexity
    • Lian Wen and Geoff Dromey (Griffith University, Australia), A Hierarchical Architecture to Model Complex Software Intensive Systems in Behavior Trees
  • 16:50-18:20 Poster Session

    Poster Session
    • Mutsumi Mitobe and Kousuke Yakubo (Hokkaido University, Japan), Distribution Function of Fractal Dimensions characterizing Finite Critical Systems
    • Hiroto Kuninaka and Mitsugu Matsushita (Chuo University, Japan), Relationship between growth rate and size distribution of municipalities
    • Yohei Kubo, Hiroto Kuninaka and Mitsugu Matsushita (Chuo University, Japan), Dynamics and Structure of Granular Flow through a Vertical Pipe: Size Distribution of Clusters in Density Waves
    • Sachihiko Tonomura*, Sachie Ebara*, Tetsuo Yoshino*, Jun-ichi Wakita*, Tohey Matsuyama** and Mitsugu Matsushita* (*Chuo University, Japan, **Niigata Women's College, Japan), Concentric-ring-like Colony of P. mirabilis
    • Tetsuo Yoshino*, Sachie Ebara*, Sachihiko Tonomura*, Rie Tokita*, Takaki Katoh*, Yusuke T. Maeda*, Jun-ichi Wakita*, Masaki Sano*, Tohey Matsuyama** and Mitsugu Matsushita* (*Chuo University, Japan **Niigata Women's College, Japan), Concentric-ring pattern formation of bacterial colonies of Escherichia coli
    • Sachie Ebara*, Tetsuo Yoshino*, Sachihiko Tonomura*, Rie Tokita,* Takaki Kato*, Yusuke T. Maeda*, Jun-ichi Wakita*, Tohey Matsuyama**, Masaki Sano* and Mitsugu Matsushita* (*Chuo University, Japan **Niigata Women's College, Japan), Pattern Formation of Bacterial Colonies by Escherichia coli
    • Jun-ichi Wakita*, Tohei Matsuyama** and Mitsugu Matsushita* (*Chuo University, Japan **Niigata Women's College, Japan), Size Distribution of Bacterial Cells in Homogeneously Spreading Disk-like Colonies by B. subtilis
    • Tetsuya YAMAMOTO (Tokyo Metropolitan College of Technology, Japan), Emergence of autonomous locomotion on coupled oscillatory modules
    • Hiroaki Yamada and Takashi Hashimoto (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan), Toward naturalizing intentionality: Formulation and modeling of development of intentionality based on visual joint attention
    • Dian Yan Liou (Yu Da University, Taiwan), The interaction complexity on service flexibility by spatial layouts: the research of a bank in Taiwan
    • Masachika Sueki (Meisei University), Network analysis on stock BBS: Does excess return extractable?
    • Michael Fuchs (five4success, Germany). Cybernetic Leadership - an Cybernetic Approach To Business
  • 18:30- Banquet

    Bistro Bizen
    • The location is shown on the program booklet. You can also download this booklet from the left side frame of this web site.
  • Nov7

  • 9:00-10:40 Complexity in Economy Part 1 (Room1)

    RS-4
    • Shigeto Kobayashi and Takashi Hashimoto (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan), Access log analysis of magnet effect in circuit breaker
    • Duk Hee Lee and Dong Hee Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea), Economic Recession and Polarization
    • Ryuichi Yamamoto (National Cheng Chi University, Taiwan), Volatility feedback effect on asymmetry of volatility in an economy with herding agents
  • 9:00-10:40 Complexity in Behavior Part 2 (Room2)

    RS-5
    • Yoshihiro Yamazaki and Akihiko Toda (Waseda University, Japan), Pattern Formation and Spatiotemporal Behavior of Adhesive in Peeling
    • Waiho Wong (University of Sydney, Australia), Preparing for Complexity
    • Saori IWANAGA* and Akira NAMATAME** (*Japan Coast Guard Academy, Japan, **National Defense Academy, Japan), Social network and collective behavior
  • 9:00-10:40 Complexity in Network Part 2 (Room3)

    RS-6
    • No Paper
  • 10:20-11:50 Complexity in Economy Part 2 (Room1)

    RS-7
    • Shu-Heng Chen*, Michael Kampouridis** and Edward Tsang** (*National Cheng Chi University, Taiwan, **University of Essex, United Kingdom), Market Fraction Hypothesis: A Proposed Test
    • Jozef Barunik, Lukas Vacha and Miloslav Vosvrda (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic), Smart Traders with Memory in Heterogeneous Agent Model
    • Kazuhiro Matsui and Haruo Sato (Nihon University, Japan), A Comparative Study of Genotype Coding in Genetic Approaches for Acquiring Stock Trading Strategy
  • 10:20-11:50 Complexity in Behavior Part 3 (Room2)

    RS-8
    • Kazuhiro Ohkura*, Toshiyuki Yasuda*, Tomoya Matsuda* and Yoshiyuki Matsumura** (*Hiroshima University, Japan, **Shinshu University, Japan), Cooperative Behavior Acquisition and Network Analysis in Swarm Robotics
    • Miwa Takai (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan), Tracking of Body Part and Action Recognition using Active State occurred by Object Motion in Dynamic Image in Real Time
    • Keitaro Naruse (University of Aizu, Japan), Stability Analysis of Flocking and Motion Control in Swarm Robots
  • 10:20-11:50 Complexity in Organization Part 2 (Room3)

    RS-9
    • Touhid Bhuiyan*, Yue Xu* and Audun Josang** (*Queensland University of Technology, Australia, **University of Oslo, Norway), State-of-the-Art Review on Opinion Mining from Online Customers' Feedback
    • Wuran Kang, Youngsoo Youn, Seung-Byung Chae and Sung-Min Park (Samsung Economic Research Institute, Korea), Communication Networks Emergence in Relation to Task Performance and Intervening Actions in the Organization
    • Hiroyasu Inoue (Osaka Sangyo University, Japan), Procurement networks analysis in automobile and software industries







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