SESSION: THEORETICAL AND GENERAL ASPECTS OF ANTICIPATION
Patrizio E. Tressoldi (Padova, Italy)
Anticipation of Random Future Events. (PDF)
Joachim Hoffmann (Würzburg, D)
The birth defect of the information processing approach. (PDF)
Ariel Novoplanksy (Negev,Israel)
Future perception in plants
SESSION: ANTICIPATION IN BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
Bjoern Brembs (Regensburg, Germany)
Dobilas Kirvelis (Vilnius, Lithuania)
The Closed-Loop Coding-Decoding (CL-CD) and Analysis by Synthesis (A-by-S) as Basics Principles of the Anticipatory Functional Organization in Living Systems.
Frank Dufour (Dallas, USA)
Experiments for the identification, and evaluation of predictive hearing.
Ricarda Ines Schubotz (Münster, Germany)
Neural systems underlying the prediction of complex events. (PDF)
Markus Maier (Müenchen, Germany)
Time and Consciousness: Feeling the future again — Retroactive avoidance of negative stimuli. (PDF)
Fabián Labra-Spröhnle (Wellington, New Zealand)
Human, All Too Human: Euclidean and Multifractal Analysis in an Experimental Diagrammatic Model of Thinking (PDF)
SESSION: ANTICIPATION IN (NEURAL) NETWORKS
Daniel S. Levine (Arlington, USA)
Certain and Uncertain Futures in the Brain (PDF)
Aloisius H. Louie (Ottawa, Canada)
The Imminence Mapping Anticipates. (PDF)
Slawomir Nasuto (Reading, UK)
Synapses in a digital medium.
Thomas Schack, Christoph Schütz, and Christian Seegelke (Bielefeld, Germany)
Representation and Anticipation in Motor Action (PDF)
SESSION: ANTICIPATION IN ENGINEERING &INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Tip Sundresh (Chicago, USA)
Information Concepts in Anticipatory Systems. (PDF)
Jan Ole Berndt and Otthein Herzog (Bremen, Germany)
Anticipatory Behavior of Software Agents in Self-Organizing Negotiations (PDF)
Aaro Toomela (Tallin, Estonia)
The Ways of Scientific Anticipation: From Guesses to Probabilities and From There to Certainty (PDF)
Yoshikatsu Hayashi, Jamie Blake, and Slawomir J. Nasuto (Reading, UK)
Anticipatory Engineering: anticipation in sensory-motor systems of human (PDF)
Mihai Nadin (Dallas, USA)
Anticipation and Computation. Is anticipatory computing possible?
Alastair Hewitt (Boston, USA) Skype
An epistemological compromise between observer and actor.
SESSION: ANTICIPATION CULTURE AND SOCIETY
Lea Valentine Lavrik, Meir Vladimir Shunyakov (Jerusalem, Israel)
On the Role of Probabilistic Prognosis in Teaching (PDF)
Bill Seaman (Durham, USA)
Anticipation | Computational Creativity. (PDF)
Martin Greiner (Aarhus, Denmark)
Complex Renewable Energy Networks.
Marie-Hélène Caillol (Paris, France)
Political Anticipation: Understanding Trends and Surfing Them.
Asma Naz (Dhaka, Bangladesh)
Interactive Living spaces: Enhanced Experience through Spatial Articulation (PDF)
Cross-modal validation is of extreme importance. If anticipation were only a tempting theoretic perspective, chances are that it will not continue to attract researchers or justify funding (private or public). But this is clearly not the case. The major crises of the last ten years (financial, ecological, social, and even moral) illustrate the urgent need for an anticipatory perspective. We cannot afford to ignore the questions pertinent to sustainability – a major global challenge. So far, the possibility of this session has triggered the interest of leading scholars in economics, energy research, oceanography, engineering, and behavioral sciences.