By Tapabrata Ray, Ruhul Sarker, Xiaodong Li
This e-book constitutes the complaints of the second one Australasian convention on man made lifestyles and Computational Intelligence, ACALCI 2016, held in Canberra, ACT, Australia, in February 2016.
The 30 complete papers offered during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty-one submissions. they're prepared in topical sections named: mathematical modeling and idea; studying and optimization; making plans and scheduling; function choice; and purposes and video games.
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