Submission

Conference Proceedings and Special Issues

 

Special Issues

After the conference, it is planned to organize special issues of two-three high-level journals to publish substantially extended versions of selected papers. The list of these journals is announced below.


Papers presented at the conference MOTOR 2021 or related papers, will be considered for peer-reviewed publication in a special issue of the journal Optimization Methods and Software (OMS).

Optimization Methods and Software is an international, peer-reviewed journal publishing high-quality, original research. The journal’s impact factor is 1.431, it belongs to Q2 JCR Science Edition. The quality and topics of the submissions should correspond to the high standards of publications in OMS and its Aims and Scope. Submissions should follow the journal's style and guidelines presented herePlease, see the website of the journal for more information. Manuscript submission must be made online via the journal's ScholarOne.

Manuscripts site https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/goms. To specify the special issue, please choose "MOTOR".

Guest Editors: Vladimir Mazalov, Alexander Strekalovsky.
Editor: Andreas Griewank.

The deadline for submission is December 15, 2021.

 


The International Journal of Artificial Intelligence is an international journal publishing well-written original research articles in the area of Artificial Intelligence. This is a broad-based journal covering all branches of Artificial Intelligence and its application in the following topics: Technology & Computing; Fuzzy Logic; Neural Networks; Reasoning and Evolution; Automatic Control; Mechatronics; Robotics; Parallel Processing; Programming Languages; Software & Hardware Architectures; CAD Design & Testing; Web Intelligence Applications; Computer Vision and Speech Understanding; Multimedia & Cognitive Informatics, Data Mining and Machine Learning Tools, Heuristic and AI Planning Strategies and Tools, Computational Theories of Learning; Signal, Image & Speech Processing; Intelligent System Architectures; Knowledge Representation; Bioinformatics; Natural Language Processing; Mathematics & Physics. The journal belongs to Q1 Scopus SJR. Please, see the website of the journal for more information.

Submissions should follow the journal's style and guidelines presented here. The prepared papers should be sent by e-mail: ijaispecialissue@gmail.com.

Guest Editors: Tatiana Gruzdeva, Yury Kochetov, and Denis Sidorov.

The deadline for submission is December 22, 2021.

 

 
Papers presented at the conference MOTOR 2021 or related papers, will be considered for peer-reviewed publication in a special issue of The Yugoslav Journal of Operations Research (YUJOR).

The Yugoslav Journal of Operations Research is an international journal dealing with all aspects of operations research, systems science, and management science. YUJOR publishes refereed papers describing significant results in the above areas, whether theoretical or empirical, mathematical or descriptive. The journal belongs to Q4 Scopus SJR. The YUJOR's editorial policy and other information you can find on the website of the journal.

Submissions should not exceed 23 pages and should follow the journal's style and guidelines presented here. The address to upload articles is http://yujor.fon.bg.ac.rs/index.php/yujor/about/submissions. In case the authors do not get the back information, they can write to address  yujor@fon.bg.ac.rs, the one we are going to communicate through.

Guest Editors: Anton Eremeev, Anna Lempert.

The deadline for submission is November 1, 2021.

 

 

Also, the participants are invited to make submissions to The Bulletin of Irkutsk State University. Series Mathematics. It is a peer-reviewed journal that accepts high-quality research articles in the field of integro-differential equations and functional analysis, optimization and control theory, algebraic and logical methods in computer science, and artificial intelligence. The journal is abstracted/indexed in Scopus, zbMATH, MathSciNet, Emerging Sources Citation Index (Web of Science), Russian Science Citation Index (Web of Science). In 2020, the journal was ranked Q3 in the SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) within Mathematics category.

The manuscripts can be presented in Russian or in English.

The papers should follow the journal's style and guidelines presented here in Russian (https://mathizv.isu.ru/ru/page/regulations) and in English (https://mathizv.isu.ru/en/page/regulations), except for the first item. The prepared papers and documents should be sent by e-mail: motor2021@icc.ru. Please specify “MOTOR 2021. The Bulletin of Irkutsk State University” in the subject line of your e-mail.

Guest Editor:  Prof. Alexander Kazakov.
Papers submission deadline:  September 19, 2021. October 3, 2021.

 

Conference proceedings

Conference proceedings is published by Springer Nature as volumes of Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) and Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) series. The LNCS volume will be published before the conference. The CCIS volume will be published after the conference.

Abstract of the paper is sending by the Easychair Conference Management System https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=motor2021. Title of the presentation, key words, text of the abstract, and appropriate topics are included in the corresponding fields in the Easychair System.

Papers should be prepared in the Springer LNCS Format according to the LaTeX templates ftp://ftp.springernature.com/cs-proceeding/llncs/llncs2e.zip, can have 12‑15 pages. Please, follow the official Springer authors guidelines https://www.springer.com/gp/computer-science/lncs/conference-proceedings-guidelines

All papers should be submitted through the Easychair Conference Management System too.

Authors can send abstract without paper for oral presentation.

      

 

The conference proceedings are intended to be published by Springer Nature in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) and Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) series. 

Lecture Notes in Computer Science

https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-77876-7

Accepted papers

2 Ilya Chernykh      Two-machine routing open shop: how long is the optimal makespan?
7 Alla Albu and Vladimir Zubov   Identification of the thermal conductivity coefficient of a substance from a temperature field
in a three-dimensional domain
9 Alexander Vasin and Olesya Grigoryeva   Optimization of regulation and infrastructure of the electricity market
14 Sergei Sidorov and Kirill Spiridonov   Duality Gap Estimates for a Class of Greedy Optimization Algorithms in Banach Spaces
27 Dmitry Pasechnyuk and Vladislav Matyukhin   On the Computational Efficiency of Catalyst Accelerated Coordinate Descent
32   Igor Izmestev and Viktor Ukhobotov   A discrete game problem with a non-convex terminal set and a possible breakdown in dynamics
34 Sergey Ivanov   Sample Approximations of Bilevel Stochastic Programming Problems with Probabilistic and Quantile Criteria
39 Andrei Orlov   On Solving Bilevel Optimization Problems with a Nonconvex Lower Level: the Case of a Bimatrix Game
44 Valeriy Marakulin   On contractual approach for non-convex production economies
49 Vladislav Matyukhin, Sergey Kabanikhin, Maxim Shishlenin, Nikita Novikov, Artem Vasin and Alexander Gasnikov   Convex optimization with inexact gradients in Hilbert space and applications to elliptic inverse problems
57 Aleksandr Beznosikov, Vasilii Novitskii and Alexander Gasnikov   One-Point Gradient-Free Methods for Smooth and Non-Smooth Saddle-Point Problems
58 Vanya Barseghyan and Svetlana Solodusha   Optimal boundary control of string vibrations with given shape of deflection at a certain moment of time
65 Anna N. Rettieva   Dynamic multicriteria games with random horizon
73 Petro Stetsyuk, Andreas Fischer and Oksana Pichugina   A new approach to linear programs with many two-sided constraints
78 Tatiana Gruzdeva and Anton Ushakov   K-means clustering via a non-convex optimization approach
82 Alexander Semenov, Ilya Otpuschennikov and Kirill Antonov   On one variant of (1+1)-Evolutionary Algorithm using merging variables
86 Dmitry Trunin   Nonlocal optimization methods for quadratic control systems with terminal constraints
87 Vladimir Berikov and Alexander Litvinenko   Weakly supervised learning using manifold regularization and low-rank matrix representation
94 Dmitry Gribanov   An FPTAS for the Δ-modular multidimensional knapsack problem
98 Yulia Kovalenko and Alexander Kononov   Mimimizing Total Completion Time in Multiprocessor Job Systems with Energy Constraint
99 Alexey Ratushnyi and Yury Kochetov   A column generation based heuristic for a temporal bin packing problem
100 Jiangjing Zhou, Vladimir Mazalov and Elena Parilina   Altruistic-like equilibrium in a differential game of renewable resource extraction
107 Alexander Strekalovskiy   A Local Search Scheme for the inequality-constrained Optimal Control Problem
109 Vladimir Krutikov, Vladimir Meshechkin, Elena Kagan and Lev Kazakovtsev   Machine Learning Algorithms of Relaxation Subgradient Method with Space Extension
121 Edward Gimadi, Aleksandr Shevyakov and Alexandr Shtepa   On asymptotically optimal approach for the problem of finding several edge-disjoint spanning trees
with given diameter on a random edge-weighted undirected graph
130 Alexander Krylatov   Equilibrium traffic flow assignment in a multi-subnet urban road network
140 Daniil Tiapkin, Fedor Stonyakin and Alexander Gasnikov   Parallel Stochastic Mirror Descent for MDPs
145 Maxim Staritsyn, Nikolay Pogodaev and Elena Goncharova   Feedback Maximum Principle for a Class of Linear Continuity Equations Inspired by Optimal Impulsive Control
147 Igor Bykadorov   Dixit–Stiglitz–Krugman Model with Investments in R&D
171 Victor Gergel, Evgeny Kozinov, Konstantin Barkalov and Vladimir Grishagin   An Approach for Simultaneous Finding of Multiple Effective Solutions in Multi-objective Optimization Problems
174 Pavel Borisovsky, Yulia Kovalenko, Anton Eremeev and Lidia Zaozerskaya   Rig Routing with Possible Returns and Stochastic Drilling Times
177 Ananya Christman, Barbara Anthony, Christine Chung and David Yuen   Serving rides of equal importance for budgeted Dial-a-Ride
178 Yakov Zinder, Joanna Berlińska and Charlie Peter   Maximising the total weight of on-time jobs on parallel machines subject to a conflict graph

 

Corresponding authors of the listed papers are invited to upload camera-ready versions of their papers through Easychair until April 11, 2021

Copyright LNCS MOTOR 2021

 

Communications in Computer and Information Science

https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-86433-0

Preliminary accepted papers

3 Artem Pyatkin      On complexity of quadratic 2-clustering 1-Mean and 1-Medoid problem with arbitrary clusters sizes
4 Leon Petrosyan and Yaroslavna B. Pankratova   Dynamic Cooperative Games on Networks
16 Yury Nikulin and Vladimir Emelichev   Strong stability in finite games with perturbed payoffs
20 Andrei Nikolaev and Andrey Kostenko   An iterative ILP approach for constructing a Hamiltonian decomposition of a regular multigraph
31 Igor Konnov and Olga Pinyagina   A subgradient projection method for set-valued network equilibrium problems
33   Tatiana Makarovskikh and Mostafa Abotaleb   The Research of Mathematical Models for Forecasting Covid-19 Cases
35 Leo Liberti   Continuous reformulation of binary variables, revisited
43 Maurizio Boccia, Andrea Mancuso, Adriano Masone and Claudio Sterle   A feature based solution approach for the flying sidekick traveling salesman problem
50 Vladimir Erokhin, Alexander Krasnikov, Vladimir Volkov and Mikhail Khvostov   Optimal (in the sense of the minimum of the polyhedral norm) matrix correction of inconsistent systems of linear algebraic equations and improper linear programming problems in interval constraints
52 Danis Ibragimov and Nikita Novozhilkin   On the speed-in-action problem for the class of linear non-stationary infinite-dimensional discrete-time systems with bounded control and degenerate operator
54 Servakh Vladimir and Chernykh Kseniya   Analysis of optimal solutions to the problem of a single machine with preemption
60 Evgeniia Markova and Inna Sidler   On one optimization problem for the age structure of power plants equipment
64 Roman Torishnyi and Vitaliy Sobol   Application of smooth approximation in stochastic optimization problems with a polyhedral loss function and probability criterion
66 Abdurakhmon Sadiev, Aleksandr Beznosikov, Pavel Dvurechensky and Alexander Gasnikov   Zeroth-Order Algorithms for Smooth Stochastic Saddle-Point Problems
76 Ruslan Simanchev and Inna Urazova   The polytope of schedules of processing of identical requirements: the properties of the relaxation polyhedron
77 Sergey Lavlinskii, Artem Panin and Alexander Plyasunov   Bilevel models of socially-oriented strategic planning in the natural resource sector
104 Julia Chirkova   Maximizing the Minimum Processor Load with Linear Externalities
110 Vladimir Krutikov, Anatoly Bykov, Elena Tovbis and Lev Kazakovtsev   Method for Calculating Air Pollution Emission Quotas
113 Tatiana Zvonareva, Olga Krivorotko and Nikolay Zyatkov   Numerical solution of the inverse problem for diffusion-logistic model arising in online social networks
117 Ekaterina Trimbach and Alexander Rogozin   An acceleration of decentralized SGD under general assumptions with low stochastic noise
123 Igor Vasilyev, Anton Ushakov, Maria Barkova, Dong Zhang, Jie Ren and Juan Chen   Fast Heuristic Algorithms for the Multiple Strip Packing Problem
127 Alexander Titov, Stonyakin Fedor, Alexander Gasnikov and Mohammad Alkousa   Algorithms for solving variational inequalities and saddle-point problems with some generalizations of Lipschitz property for operators
131 Alexander Shananin, Maksim Tarasenko and Nikolai Trusov   Consumer Loan Demand Modeling
132 Egor Gladin, Abdurakhmon Sadiev, Alexander Gasnikov, Pavel Dvurechensky, Aleksandr Beznosikov and Mohammad Alkousa   Solving smooth min-min and min-max problems by mixed oracle algorithms
138 Aleksandr Maslovskiy, Dmitriy Pasechnyuk and Aleksandr Gasnikov   Non-convex optimization in digital pre-distortortion of signal
139 Milan Tomić and Dragan Urošević   A heuristic approach in solving the optimal seating chart problem
151 Alexander Buldaev   On One Approach to the Optimization of Discrete-continuous Controlled Systems
152 Aigul Fabarisova and Vadim Kartak   Solving Irregular Polyomino Tiling Problem Using Simulated Annealing and Integer Programming
158 Ovanes Petrosian, Ildus Kuchkarov and Timur Lepihin   Inverse Optimal Control with Continuous Updating for Steering Behavior Model with Reference Trajectory
166 Anna Zholobova, Ivan Polyakov, Yefim Zholobov and Ovanes Petrosian   Industry Maintenance Planning Optimization Problem using CMA-VNS and its variations
168 Lev Kazakovtsev, Ivan Rozhnov, Ilnar Nasyrov and Viktor Orlov   Self-adjusting genetic algorithm with greedy agglomerative crossover for continuous p-median problems
175 Oksana Pichugina and Liudmyla Koliechkina   The Constrained Knapsack Problem: Bounds And The Polyhedral-Ellipsoid Method
180 Samad Noeiaghdam and Denis Sidorov   Valid Implementation of the Fractional Order Model of Energy Supply-Demand System
181 Natalya Goryunova, Egor Ianovski and Artem Baklanov   Detecting corruption in single-bidder auctions via positive-unlabelled learning

 

Corresponding authors of the listed papers are invited to upload camera-ready versions of their papers through Easychair until May 10, 2021

Copyright CCIS MOTOR 2021


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