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-[[http://www.isss.org/​conferences/​sonoma2007|Tokyo 2007 Front Page]] > [[wiki:Tokyo 2007|Tokyo 2007 on ProjectsISSS]] > Tokyo 2007 Calls for Papers+[[http://​isss.org/world/​conferences/​tokyo2007|Tokyo 2007 Front Page]] > [[Tokyo 2007|Tokyo 2007 on ProjectsISSS]] > Tokyo 2007 Calls for Papers
  
 ===== ISSS 2007 Special Integration Groups ===== ===== ISSS 2007 Special Integration Groups =====
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 While papers on optimum-seeking methods and their applications are welcomed, we are especially interested in research on innovative methodologies and methods for solving optimization models where seeking an optimum is theoretically or practically difficult. Theoretical and experimental study on heuristic and meta-heuristic solution methods are also welcomed. While papers on optimum-seeking methods and their applications are welcomed, we are especially interested in research on innovative methodologies and methods for solving optimization models where seeking an optimum is theoretically or practically difficult. Theoretical and experimental study on heuristic and meta-heuristic solution methods are also welcomed.
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 === 26.8 Systems Complexity === === 26.8 Systems Complexity ===
  
-**TST Chair:** Naoki Shiba\\ shiba@sun.it-chiba.ac.jp\\ \\  This track invites papers from broad topics relating to systems complexity and theory of complex systems, preferably oriented to mathematically formal approaches to complex systems. This track welcomes papers that cover, but not limited to the following topic areas.+**TST Chair:** Naoki Shiba\\ shiba@cit.nihon-u.ac.jp\\ \\  This track invites papers from broad topics relating to systems complexity and theory of complex systems, preferably oriented to mathematically formal approaches to complex systems. This track welcomes papers that cover, but not limited to the following topic areas.
  
   * Mathematical general systems theory   * Mathematical general systems theory
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