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1 Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6073 Commenced Publication in 1973 Founding and Former Series Editors: Gerhard Goos, Juris Hartmanis, and Jan van Leeuwen Editorial Board David Hutchison Lancaster University, UK Takeo Kanade Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA Josef Kittler University of Surrey, Guildford, UK Jon M. Kleinberg Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA Alfred Kobsa University of California, Irvine, CA, USA Friedemann Mattern ETH Zurich, Switzerland John C. Mitchell Stanford University, CA, USA Moni Naor Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel Oscar Nierstrasz University of Bern, Switzerland C. Pandu Rangan Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India Bernhard Steffen TU Dortmund University, Germany Madhu Sudan Microsoft Research, Cambridge, MA, USA Demetri Terzopoulos University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA Doug Tygar University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA Gerhard Weikum Max-Planck Institute of Computer Science, Saarbruecken, Germany

2 Christian Blum Roberto Battiti (Eds.) Learning and Intelligent Optimization 4th International Conference, LION 4 Venice, Italy, January 18-22, 2010 Selected Papers 13

3 Volume Editors Christian Blum Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya ALBCOM Research Group, Omega 112 Campus Nord, Jordi Girona 1-3, Barcelona, Spain Roberto Battiti Università degli Studi di Trento LION Research Group Via Sommarive, 14, Povo (Trento), Italy Library of Congress Control Number: CR Subject Classification (1998): F.2, F.1, I.2, G.1.6, C.2, J.3 LNCS Sublibrary: SL 1 Theoretical Computer Science and General Issues ISSN ISBN Springer Berlin Heidelberg New York ISBN Springer Berlin Heidelberg New York This work is subject to copyright. All rights are reserved, whether the whole or part of the material is concerned, specifically the rights of translation, reprinting, re-use of illustrations, recitation, broadcasting, reproduction on microfilms or in any other way, and storage in data banks. Duplication of this publication or parts thereof is permitted only under the provisions of the German Copyright Law of September 9, 1965, in its current version, and permission for use must always be obtained from Springer. Violations are liable to prosecution under the German Copyright Law. springer.com Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010 Printed in Germany Typesetting: Camera-ready by author, data conversion by Scientific Publishing Services, Chennai, India Printed on acid-free paper 06/3180

4 Preface LION 4, the 4th International Conference on Learning and Intelligent OptimizatioN, was held during January in Venice, Italy. This meeting, which continues the successful series of LION conferences, was aimed at exploring the intersections and uncharted territories between machine learning, artificial intelligence, mathematical programming and algorithms for hard optimization problems. The main purpose of the event was to bring together experts from these areas to discuss new ideas and methods, challenges and opportunities in various application areas, general trends and specific developments. Despite the economical crisis in 2009, which visibly affected the submission numbers of many conferences and workshops, we received an impressive number of 87 submissions. As in previous years, we offered three different paper categories for submission: (1) regular papers on original and unpublished work, (2) short papers on original and unpublished work, and (3) works for oral presentation only. Accepted papers from the first two categories are published in the proceedings. From the 87 submissions that we received, 57 fell into the first category, 22 into the second one, and 8 into the last one. After a thorough reviewing process we accepted 19 regular papers (which amounts to an acceptance rate of 33%) and 11 short papers for publication in the proceedings. Additionally, nine regular papers were accepted as short papers, and all eight submissions from the third category were accepted for presentation. These 47 contributions cover the LION 4 main track as well as the following five special sessions that were organized: LION-S: Learning and Intelligent Optimization in Structured Domains Organizers: Marcello Pelillo, Rota Buló LION-SWOP: Software for Optimization Organizers: Mauro Brunato, Youssef Hamadi, Silvia Poles, Andrea Schaerf LION-CCEC: Crossing the Chasm for Evolutionary Computation Organizers: Gabriela Ochoa, Marc Schoenauer LION-PP: Performance Prediction Organizer: Kate Smith-Miles LION-MOME: Multiobjective Metaheuristics Organizers: David W. Corne, Qingfu Zhang, Dario Landa-Silva, Hui Li The conference program was further enriched by the following tutorials, given by respected scientists in their respective domains. Raffaele Giancarlo from the University of Palermo spoke about Data-Driven Class Discovery in Microarray Data: Algorithmic Paradigms and Fast Heuristics, Ilya Safro from the Argonne National Laboratory (USA) presented a discourse on Multilevel/Multiscale/ Multigrid Algorithms for Optimization Problems, with a Special Focus on Combinatorial Problems, Roberto Battiti from the University of Trento gave a

5 VI Preface tutorial on Reactive Optimization and Intelligent Optimization: From Algorithms to Software, and Holger Hoos from the University of British Columbia (Canada) spoke on Computer-Aided Design of High-Performance Algorithms: Principled Procedures for Building Better Solvers. In addition, the technical program featured two invited talks by David W. Corne from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh (title: Super-Heuristics: Evolving Problem Solvers ) and Xin Yao from the University of Birmingham (title: How Efficient Are Evolutionary Algorithms? ). Finally, we would like to express our sincere thanks to the authors for submitting their work to LION 4, and the 66 members of the Program Committee. The organization of such an event would not be possible without the voluntary work of the Program Committee members. Many thanks go also to the invited speakers and tutorial speakers. Special thanks go to Marcello Pelillo and his team from the University of Ca Foscari (Venice) who dealt with the local organziationof this event: Samuel Rota Buló, Aaron Gennara, Michele Dallachiesa, Paolo Campigotto, Carlo Nicolini, Umut Avci, Stefano Teso. Final thanks go to Franco Mascia, the Web Chair of LION 4. Last but not least, we would also like to acknowledge the contribution of our sponsors: the Associazione Italiana per l Intelligenza Artificiale, IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, Microsoft Research, University Ca Foscari, and University of Trento for their technical co-sponsorship, as well as the industrial sponsor EnginSoft S.P.A. March 2009 Christian Blum Roberto Battiti

6 Organization Conference General Chair Roberto Battiti Local Organization Chair Marcello Pelillo University of Ca Foscari, Venice, Italy Technical Program Committee Chair Christian Blum Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya Barcelona, Spain Program Committee Ethem Alpaydin Roberto Battiti Mauro Birattari Immanuel Bomze Juergen Branke Mauro Brunato Carlos Cotta Luca di Gaspero Karl Dörner Marco Dorigo Andries Engelbrecht Antonio J. Fernandez Valerio Freschi Michel Gendreau Martin Charles Golumbic Marc González Walter Gutjahr Youssef Hamadi Jin-Kao Hao Richard Hartl Geir Hasle Pascal van Hentenryck Bogazici University, Turkey Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium University of Vienna, Austria University of Karlsruhe, Germany Universtity of Trento, Italy Universidad de Málaga, Spain University of Udine, Italy University of Vienna, Austria Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium University of Pretoria, South Africa Universidad de Málaga, Spain University of Urbino, Italy UniversitédeMontréal, Canada CRI Haifa, Israel Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain University of Vienna, Austria Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK University of Angers, France University of Vienna, Austria SINTEF Applied Mathematics, Norway Brown University, USA

7 VIII Organization Francisco Herrera Tomio Hirata Holger Hoos Márk Jelasity Narendra Jussien Zeynep Kiziltan Michail G. Lagoudakis Manuel López Ibáñez Vittorio Maniezzo Francesco Masulli Lyle A. McGeoch Bernd Meyer Nenad Mladenovic Zbigniew Michalewicz Daniel Molina Pablo Moscato Frank Neumann Gabriela Ochoa Djamila Ouelhadj Gisele Pappa Panos Pardalos Marcello Pelillo Vincenzo Piuri Günther Raidl Franz Rendl Celso Ribeiro Andrea Roli Ruben Ruiz Wheeler Ruml Ilya Safro Horst Samulowitz Frederic Saubion Andrea Schaerf Marc Schoenauer Meinolf Sellmann Yaroslav D. Sergeyev Patrick Siarry Kate Smith-Miles Christine Solnon Thomas Stützle Stefan Voss Toby Walsh David Woodruff Yifeng Zeng Universidad de Granada, Spain Nagoya University, Japan University of British Columbia, Canada University of Szeged, Hungary Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France University of Bologna, Italy Technical University of Crete, Greece Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium Università di Bologna, Italy Università degli Studi di Genova, Italy Amherst College, USA Monash University, Australia Brunel University, London, UK University of Adelaide, Australia Universidad de Granada, Spain The University of Newcastle, Australia Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Germany University of Nottingham, UK University of Nottingham, UK Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil University of Florida, USA University Ca Foscari, Venice, Italy Università di Milano, Italy Technische Universität Wien, Austria Universität Klagenfurt, Austria Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil University of Bologna, Italy Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain University of New Hampshire, USA Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, USA Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK University of Angers, France University of Udine, Italy INRIA, France Brown University, USA Università della Calabria, Italy Université Paris XII Val De Marne, France Monash University, Australia Centre national de la recherche scientifique, France Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium University of Hamburg, Germany University of New South Wales, Australia University of California, Davis, USA Aalborg University, Denmark

8 Organization IX Additional Referees Matthieu Basseur Manuele Bicego Ethan Burns Frank Hutter Franco Mascia Andrea Passerini Jordan Thayer Andrea Torsello LION-S Special Session Chairs Marcello Pelillo Samuel Rota Buló University Ca Foscari, Venice, Italy University Ca Foscari, Venice, Italy LION-SWOP Special Session Chairs Mauro Brunato Youssef Hamadi Silvia Poles Andrea Schaerf Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK EnginSoft, Italy University of Udine, Italy LION-CCEC Special Session Chairs Gabriela Ochoa Marc Schoenauer University of Nottingham, UK INRIA Saclay - Ile-de-France and Microsoft INRIA joint center, Saclay, France LION-PP Special Session Chairs Kate Smith-Miles Monash University, Australia LION-MOME Special Session Chairs David Wolfe Corne Qingfu Zhang Dario Landa-Silva Hui Li Heriot-Watt University, UK University of Essex, UK University of Nottingham, UK University of Nottingham, UK Web Chair Franco Mascia Steering Committee Roberto Battiti Holger Hoos Mauro Brunato University of British Columbia, Canada

9 X Organization Local Organization Samuel Rota Buló, Aaron Gennara, Michele Dallachiesa, Paolo Campigotto, Carlo Nicolini, Umut Avci, Stefano Teso Technical Co-sponsorship Associazione Italiana per l Intelligenza Artificiale IEEE Computational Intelligence Society Microsoft Research University Ca Foscari, Venice, Italy Industrial Sponsorship EnginSoft S.P.A. Local Organization Support Reactive Search S.R.L.

10 Table of Contents Main Track (Regular Papers) A Column Generation Heuristic for the General Vehicle Routing Problem... 1 Asvin Goel A Combination of Evolutionary Algorithm, Mathematical Programming, and a New Local Search Procedure for the Just-In-Time Job-Shop Scheduling Problem André G. dos Santos, Rodolfo P. Araujo, and José E.C.Arroyo A Math-Heuristic Algorithm for the DNA Sequencing Problem Marco Caserta and Stefan Voß A Randomized Iterated Greedy Algorithm for the Founder Sequence Reconstruction Problem Stefano Benedettini, Christian Blum, and Andrea Roli Adaptive Anytime Two-Phase Local Search Jérémie Dubois-Lacoste, Manuel López-Ibáñez, and Thomas Stützle Adaptive Filter SQP Alessandro Turco Algorithm Selection as a Bandit Problem with Unbounded Losses Matteo Gagliolo and Jürgen Schmidhuber Bandit-Based Estimation of Distribution Algorithms for Noisy Optimization: Rigorous Runtime Analysis Philippe Rolet and Olivier Teytaud Consistency Modifications for Automatically Tuned Monte-Carlo Tree Search Vincent Berthier, Hassen Doghmen, and Olivier Teytaud Distance Functions, Clustering Algorithms and Microarray Data Analysis Raffaele Giancarlo, Giosuè Lo Bosco, and Luca Pinello Gaussian Process Assisted Particle Swarm Optimization Marcel Kronfeld and Andreas Zell

11 XII Table of Contents Learning of Highly-Filtered Data Manifold Using Spectral Methods Oleg Roderick and Ilya Safro Multiclass Visual Classifier Based on Bipartite Graph Representation of Decision Tables Kazuya Haraguchi, Seok-Hee Hong, and Hiroshi Nagamochi Main Track (Short Papers) A Linear Approximation of the Value Function of an Approximate Dynamic Programming Approach for the Ship Scheduling Problem Kazuhiro Kobayashi A Multilevel Scheme with Adaptive Memory Strategy for Multiway Graph Partitioning Hideki Hashimoto, Youhei Sonobe, and Mutsunori Yagiura A Network Approach for Restructuring the Korean Freight Railway Considering Customer Behavior Suk-Mun Oh and In-Chan Choi A Parallel Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithm for Phylogenetic Inference Waldo Cancino, Laetitia Jourdan, El-Ghazali Talbi, and Alexandre C.B. Delbem Convergence of Probability Collectives with Adaptive Choice of Temperature Parameters Michalis Smyrnakis and David S. Leslie Generative Topographic Mapping for Dimension Reduction in Engineering Design Asha Viswanath, Alexander I.J. Forrester, and Andy J. Keane Learning Decision Trees for the Analysis of Optimization Heuristics Marco Chiarandini On the Coordination of Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Using Expert Systems Andrew R. Price, Andy J. Keane, and Carren M.E. Holden On the Potentials of Parallelizing Large Neighbourhood Search for Rich Vehicle Routing Problems Paul Bartodziej, Ulrich Derigs, and Ulrich Vogel Optimized Ensembles for Clustering Noisy Data Mihaela Elena Breaban

12 Table of Contents XIII Stochastic Local Search for the Optimization of Secondary Structure Packing in Proteins Leonidas Kapsokalivas Systematic Improvement of Monte-Carlo Tree Search with Self-generated Neural-Networks Controllers Fan Xie, Zhiqing Liu, Yu Wang, Wenhao Huang, and Shuo Wang Special Session: LION-SWOP Grapheur: A Software Architecture for Reactive and Interactive Optimization Mauro Brunato and Roberto Battiti The EvA2 Optimization Framework Marcel Kronfeld, Hannes Planatscher, and Andreas Zell Special Session: LION-CCEC Feature Extraction from Optimization Data via DataModeler s Ensemble Symbolic Regression Kalyan Veeramachaneni, Katya Vladislavleva, and Una-May O Reilly Special Session: LION-PP Understanding TSP Difficulty by Learning from Evolved Instances Kate Smith-Miles, Jano van Hemert, and Xin Yu Lim Time-Bounded Sequential Parameter Optimization Frank Hutter, Holger H. Hoos, Kevin Leyton-Brown, and Kevin Murphy Pitfalls in Instance Generation for Udine Timetabling Leo Lopes and Kate Smith-Miles Special Session: LION-MOME A Study of the Parallelization of the Multi-Objective Metaheuristic MOEA/D Antonio J. Nebro and Juan J. Durillo An Interactive Evolutionary Multi-objective Optimization Method BasedonPolyhedralCones Ankur Sinha, Pekka Korhonen, Jyrki Wallenius, and Kalyanmoy Deb

13 XIV Table of Contents On the Distribution of EMOA Hypervolumes Olaf Mersmann, Heike Trautmann, Boris Naujoks, and Claus Weihs Adapting to a Realistic Decision Maker: Experiments towards a Reactive Multi-objective Optimizer Paolo Campigotto and Andrea Passerini Author Index