Mohammad Ali Javaheri Javid
I received BA in English Language Teaching from Azad University of Tabriz, Iran, PGD in Business Administration from University of Surrey, MSc in Information Systems and Technology from City University London and MSc in Artificial Intelligence from University of Hertfordshire and Ph.D in computer science from Goldsmiths, University of London.
Computational Aesthetics, Cellular Automata, Artificial Life, Artificial Intelligence, Evolutionary Computing.
M. A. Javaheri Javid, R. Zimmer, A. Ursyn, and M. al-Rifaie, A Quantitative Approach for Detecting Symmetries and Complexity in 2D Plane. in Theory and Practice of Natural Computing, A.-H. Dediu, M. Lozano, and C. Mart́ın-Vide, Eds., 2017.
M. A. Javaheri Javid, T. Blackwell, M. M. al Rifaie, and R. Zimmer, Information Gain Measure for Structural Discrimination of Cellular Automata Configurations. in Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Conference (CEEC), 2015, 7th, Colchester, Essex, United Kingdom, Sept 2015, pp. 47–52.
M. A. Javaheri Javid, T. Blackwell, R. Zimmer, and M. al-Rifaie, Analysis of Information Gain and Kolmogorov Complexity for Aesthetic Evaluation of Cellular Automata Configurations. Connection Science, 2015, (Manuscript Submitted for Publication).
M. A. Javaheri Javid, T. Blackwell, R. Zimmer, and M. M. al Rifaie, Spatial Complexity Measure for Characterising Cellular Automata Generated 2D Patterns. in Progress in Artificial Intelligence: 17th Portuguese Conference on Artificial Intelligence, EPIA 2015, Coimbra, Portugal, September 8-11, 2015. Proceedings., ser. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Pereira, F. and Machado, P. and Costa, E. and Cardoso, A., Ed., vol. 9273. Springer International Publishing, 2015, pp. 201–212.
M. A. Javaheri Javid, M. al-Rifaie and R. Zimmer, Swarm Intelligence Approach in Detecting Spatially Independent Symmetries in Cellular Automata. In SAI Intelligent Systems Conference, 2015, (Accepted).
M. A. Javaheri Javid, M. al-Rifaie, A. Ursyn, and R. Zimmer, Swarmic Approach for Symmetry Detection of Cellular Automata Behaviour. Soft Computing, 2015, (Manuscript Submitted for Publication).
M. A. Javaheri Javid, M. al-Rifaie and R. Zimmer, An Informational Model for Cellular Automata Aesthetic Measure. In Proceedings of AISB 2015 Second International Symposium on Computational Creativity M. al-Rifaie, and Jeremy Gow, Eds., 2015, pp. 9-15 (won Best Paper award).
M. A. Javaheri Javid, M. al-Rifaie and R. Zimmer, Detecting Symmetry in Cellular Automata Generated Patterns using Swarm Intelligence. In Theory and Practice of Natural Computing, ser. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, A.-H. Dediu, M. Lozano, and C. Mart́ın-Vide, Eds., vol. 8890. Springer International Publishing, 2014, pp. 83-94.
M. A. Javaheri Javid and Rene te Boekhorst, Cell Dormancy in Cellular Automata. In International Conference on Computational Science, (3), Vassil N. Alexandrov, G. Dick van Albada, Peter M. A. Sloot, and Jack Dongarra, Eds. 2006, vol. 3993 of, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp. 367-374, Springer.
M. A. Javaheri Javid, Computational Aesthetics. BBC Click Persian, Nov 18, 2014.
Aesthetic Automata: Synthesis and Simulation of Aesthetic Behaviour in Cellular Automata, Ph.D thesis supervised by Prof Robert Zimmer and Prof Mark d'Inverno (Goldsmiths, University of London).
Cell Dormancy in Cellular Automata: A Realistic Model of Biological Systems, MSc thesis supervised by Dr Rene te Boekhorst (University of Hertfordshire).
An Analytical Model for Measuring Operational Risk Associated with Information Systems, MSc thesis supervised by Dr Vesna Brujic-Okretic (City University London).