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It seeks to exploit large amounts of data by creating intelligent systems capable of making appropriate decisions. Meanwhile, Artificial Intelligence has revolutionized many fields such as computer vision, computational neuroscience, biology, chemistry, solutipn, mathematics and also the human and social sciences.

The conference presented recent advances in modeling research and aimed to consolidate the links between applied research carried out within AbdelmalekEssaadi University and the productive world. On the other hand, the quality of the speakers and participants in the conference guaranteed a high visibility of the topics covered and a great influence of the National School of Applied Sciences of Tetouan nationally and internationally.

In fact, one of the main aims of the ACMLIS’17 International Conference was to help researchers, doctoral studentsin particular, to communicate their research works to quality juries and to facilitate the publication of their scientific results in highly rated and indexed journals.

General Conference Chair Prof. TOPICS All honorable authors were kindly encouraged to contribute to and help shape the conference through submissions of their research abstracts, papers and posters. Also, high quality research contributions describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas of Affective Computing, Machine Learning and Intelligent Systems were cordially invited for presentation at the conference.

The topics of international conference ACMLIS’17 covered all scientific areas namely applied computer science, physics, chemistry, biology, geology, human sciences and medicine. The conference solicited contributions of abstracts, papers and posters that address themes and topics of the conference, including figures, tables and references. The conference addressed, but was not limited to, the following topics: Affective Computing Affect Recognition Methods: Databases and tools; biometrics; medical; assistive; virtual reality; entertainment; education; soultion intelligence; industrial Affective Interfaces Affective Robot Artificial intelligence, Solition science Emotion in Human-computer interaction Emotion machines Facial expression synthesis and animation Human neuroscience Neural networks Neurobiology Physiology Psychology and Cognition of Affect in Affective Computing Systems Recognition and Synthesis of Human Affect iii.

These workshops on a specific topic area were available through training sessions and were characterized as long and more focused seminars through which participants interacted sopution experts and gained invaluable information, perspective, and knowledge. The aim of these workshops was to provide a forum to exchange ideas and preliminary results of topics related to Affective Computing, Machine Learning, and Intelligent Systems.

All participants were invited to attend the three workshops. These workshops allowed doctoral students to acquire a “high scientific and professional qualification” to specialize in their discipline, conduct their research well and develop their future employability. The International Workshop on Future Robotic Computing AndMachine Vision FRCMV 17 While many traditional robots are limited by a predefined set of alternatives for aadir and collaborations, one of the challenging goals in robotics and computer science is that of building future robots and devices in physical or virtual forms that are multi-disciplinary in nature, connected to the world knowledge, and can interact with humans to solve general as well as domain specific problems.

This workshop gathered people from industry and academia to create an opportunity to discuss how Semantic Computing can be effectively applied for smart interactions between humans and robots for problem solving, where Semantic Computing addresses the derivation, description, generation, integration, and use of the semantics viii.

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The international workshop on Future Robotic Computing and Machine Vision FRCMV 17 aimed at providing an international forum for academia and industry people aiming at understanding, modeling, designing or applying innovative solutions for all aspects involving Machine Vision and Future Robotic Computing.

International Workshop on Smart City and Internet of Things SCIoT 17 The innovative technologies developed over the last five years start to promote a picture of what smart cities will look like within the next decade. Smart City is the product of accelerated development of the new generation information technology and knowledge-based economy based on the network combination of the Internet, telecommunications network, broadcast network, wireless broadband network and other sensors networks where Internet of Things technology IoT is its core.

The main features of a smart city include a high degree of information technology integration and a comprehensive application of information resources. The essential components of urban development for a smart city should include smart technology, smart industry, smart services, smart management and smart life. With the technical support from IoT, smart city need to have three features of being instrumented, interconnected and intelligent.


Only then, a Smart City can be formed by integrating all these intelligent features at its advanced stage of IOT development. The explosive growth of Smart City and Internet of Things applications creates many scientific and engineering challenges that call for ingenious research efforts from both academia and industry, especially for the development of efficient, scalable, and reliable Smart City based on IoT.

New protocols, architectures, and services are in dire needs to respond to these challenges. The motivation of International Workshop on Smart City and Internet of Things SCIoT 17 was to bring together scholars, professors, researchers, engineers and administrators resorting to the state-of-the-art technologies and ideas to significantly improve the field of Smart City based on IoT. The International Workshop On The Future Generation Computer Systems FGCS 17 Computing infrastructures and systems are rapidly developing and so are modern ways to map, control and execute scientific applications that become more and more complex and collaborative.

Computational and storage capabilities, databases, sensors, and people need true collaborative tools.

Over the last years, there has been a real explosion of new theory and technological progress supporting a better understanding of these wide-area, fully distributed sensing and computing systems. Big Data in all its aspects require new hcimie and infrastructures to register, analyze and distill the meaning. We are actually at the start of a Fourth Industrial Revolution. Developments in earlier disjointed fields such as robotics, nanotechnology, artificial intelligence and machine learning are all amplifying one another.

This tendency could lead to a net economic impact in society with a high disruptive labor market changes especially in Computer, Mathematical, Architecture and Engineering related domains. In the world economy, it is important to anticipate changes. The question that arises is how our economy will be transformed by robotics and artificial intelligence in the future?

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A parameter-based approach to the linguistic expression of emotion Appraisal Theory is aimed to understand how social relations are negotiated through alignment, as linguistically realized by the axes of engagement, wgadir and attitude.

Of the three subsystems, the latter has attracted more attention so far. This paper thus offers a more refined version of AFFECT, relying especially on neuroscience and cognitive dimensional appraisal theories of emotions.

AbdelouahidLyhyaoui Title of Conference: The impact of IT in the development of Tangier as a smart city The changes taking place in Tangier can greatly benefit from the research carried out in the field of Information Technology IT which has so far been the biggest enabler of worldwide businesses by automating, accelerating and increasing business processes. IT brings pragmatic contributions to the empowerment of people enn operate day to day effectively.

This led to the emergence of many types of smart clurs, such as smart homes, hotels, hospitals and so on. Technologies are gaining tremendously in both agaddir market and intellectual activities because of their approach centered on people leading directly or indirectly to the formation of the overall concept of smart cities to meet the x.

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Ensaa purpose of this presentation will therefore be to highlight the contribution of research results in the field of IT in improving the services the city of Tangier can offer as a smart city in various sectors such as the environment, public transport and communication in Wireless Sensor Networks WSN.

Arabic NLP in the Context of Intelligent Systems Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent systems have become so popular that not only academia but also industry is extensively using them. Large and known companies such as Google, Facebook, Apple, etc.

In other words, in computer science today, Intelligence is the trend. For the specific case of the Arabic language, the recent rise in the number of Arabic Internet users has generated a rapid increase in Arabic digital content. Processing this volume of information coura taking advantage of it requires the development of tools sopution programs that are dedicated to Arabic Natural Language Processing ANLP.

The objective of this talk was first to present the state of the art of the field in terms of resources and processes. Secondly, the talk concentrated on evaluating the existing ANLP tools and discussing how intelligent NLP algorithms and techniques could enn applied and adapted to the context of the Arabic language.

Street AbdelkhalekToress, Tetuan, Morocco Kerkeb Logistic and Strategic Vision xiii. Azyat Keynote Speaker 4: Cognitive, Emotional, Behavioral Prof. El Moussaoui Ahmed Keynote Ensz 5: Mohamed Chrayah Chairmen Mohamed RedaBritel Chairmen Nizar Ben alachhab Chairmen SaaS Raissouni Body temperature patterns in captive Barbary striped grass mousse Lemniscomysbarbarus: Intelligent Systems Parallel sessions Workshop 3: Experience so,ution Arabic S.

Fadoua Khanoussi Chairmen Aziz Mabrouk Chairmen Amechnoue, logistic process I. However, research mainly focusses on the patient s condition, and, in some cases, caregivers health is undervalued.


In this paper, a close-related emotionally involved caregiver group is examined and compared to a non-caregiver group in order to investigate the role of chronic stress in their psychological and physiological state. For this purpose, blood, saliva, and hair samples, physiological signals and three validated psychometric tests are collected from both groups.

Results from 39 subjects show interesting significant differences among all the psychometric profiles between the two groups although no sufficient biochemical data supports the relation with potential health consequences.

Informal caregivers are non-remunerated and non-professional people in charge of the care of a family member with limited autonomy due to physical or cognitive impairment. Daily caregiving leads to a burden escalation with physical and psychological impact on the caregiver health [1,2].

The unrelenting repercussions on caregivers health come from the physical burden related to the daily tasks, the psychological frustration after the inevitable deterioration of the cherished patient and even the funding of the care expenses can passively impact a person s wellbeing [3,4] Common symptoms are sleeping disturbance, irritability, fatigue, weight gain or loss without diet, frequent colds and infections among others [3,5].

From a psychological point of view, the subjective reaction towards the care receptor demands often lead to psychological problems such as depression, anxiety and stress, collectively referred to as the caregiver stress syndrome [3,5,6]. Some studies have shown that stress is an independent risk factor of acute myocardial infarction, comparable to arterial hypertension and abdominal obesity, diabetes mellitus type 2, psychiatric diseases and implication in the development of Alzheimer’s disease [].

Stress factors induce homeostasis disturbance in the organism and the coping mechanisms to recuperate the equilibrium are known to be mainly regulated through Autonomic Nervous System and the Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Adrenal axis HPAA [11]. The fastest response noticeable are the electrophysiological signs coming from the activation of the autonomic nervous system. The information of the balance between the activation of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems can be provided by a wide variety of measures; for instance, the heart rate and its components: There are also reports of an increase in the respiratory rate rr and its variability rrv in front of a stressor [15].

Other studies have established a relationship between stress and blood pressure BPthe sweat-dependent electrical characteristics of the skin gsr galvanic skin response and the skin temperature ST [].

A parallel slower response is mediated through the HPAA initiated in the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus. This endocrine response can be revealed by means of several biomarkers. For instance, reported data show quick variations in blood glucocorticoid levels cortisol in humans due to the action of stressors [20].

However, salivary and hair samples seem to be growing non-invasive and more stable measures of cortisol concentrations [21,22]. Copeptin, a surrogate biomarker of vasopressin AVPis 1. Levels of copeptin are sensitive to situations involving physical stress [23], but could also be sensitive to emotional stress [24].

Considering the psychological branch, psychometric tests are the most commonly accepted tools for measuring emotional distress. They are the reference standard for helping to determine the level of stress reached by the subject in each situation.

In spite of the wide variety of studies looking for a unique parameter to measure stress, there are several throwbacks. For instance, the multidimensional nature of the questioners and the lack of standardization hinder the identification of the most appropriate test to measure objectively the stress level [29]. Additionally, since the HPA axis is a highly adaptive system which is characterized by marked inter- and intraindividual variability, the development of such markers of HPA axis regulation in humans is still a rather challenging task.

Bearing all this information in mind, and considering that nowadays, there is still not an objective measure of signs that allow the early diagnosis of stress, ES3 project aims to find a multivariable approach, quantitatively and objectively assessing the three branches affected, that could provide very valuable information to detect and prevent symptoms and diseases associated with the acute and chronic stress [30]. The present study shows some preliminary results of a pilot included in the bigger project mentioned above [30].

This pilot is focused in chronic stress in oncology caregivers, evaluating biochemical, electrophysiological and psychometric data. According to the World Health Organization, cancer is the second leading cause of death globally, and for many oncology patients, palliative care is the only available treatment usually involving highly demanding home-based care. Early diagnosis of the caregiver’s stress syndrome along with home care programs and nursing support could prevent chronic stress effects and reduce the development of stress-related diseases in this population.

The aim of this work is to assess the perceived stress and endocrine, metabolic and immunologic profile comparing an oncology informal caregivers group with a matched comparison group.