[1]   Chamath Abeysinghe, Chris Reid, Hamid Rezatofighi, and Bernd Meyer. Tracking different ant species: An unsupervised domain adaptation framework and a dataset for multi-object tracking. In IJCAI 2023 (32nd International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence), Macao, August 2023.

[2]   Md Mohaimenuzzaman, Christoph Bergmeir, and Bernd Meyer. Environmental sound classification on the edge: A pipeline for deep acoustic networks on extremely resource-constrained devices. Pattern Recognition, 133:109025, 2023. doi:10.1016/j.patcog.2022.109025.

[3]   Moein Khajehnejad, Julian Garcia, and Bernd Meyer. Social learning versus individual learning in the division of labour. Biology, 12, 2023.

[4]   Moein Khajehnejad, Julian Garcia, and Bernd Meyer. Explaining workers inactivity in social colonies from first principles. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 20, 2022. doi:10.1098/rsif.2022.0808.

[5]   Md Mohaimenuzzaman, Christoph Bergmeir, and Bernd Meyer. Pruning vs XNOR-net: A comprehensive study of deep learning for audio classification on edge-devices. IEEE ACCESS, 2022. doi:10.1007/10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3140807. Published online before print January 6, 2022.

[6]   Rui Chen, Bernd Meyer, and Julian Garcia. A computational model of task allocation in social insects: ecology and interactions alone can drive specialisation. Swarm Intelligence, 2020. doi:10.1007/s11721-020-00180-4. Published online before print February 22, 2020.

[7]   Shaveen Singh, Bernd Meyer, and Michael Wybrow. Userflow: A tool for visualizing fine-grained contextual analytics in teaching documents. In ACM conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, Trondheim, Norway, June 2020.

[8]   Anja Weidenmüller, Rui Chen, and Bernd Meyer. Reconsidering response threshold models — short-term response patterns in thermoregulating bumblebees. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 73(8), 2019.

[9]   Shaveen Singh and Bernd Meyer. Using social annotations to augment the learning space and learner experience. In ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, Aberdeen, Scotland, July 2019.

[10]   Thomas Bochynek, Martin Burd, Christoph Kleineidam, and Bernd Meyer. Infrastructure construction without information exchange – the trail clearing mechanism in Atta leaf-cutter ants. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B, 286, 2018. doi:10.1098/rspb.2018.2539.

[11]   Bernd Meyer. Optimal information transfer and stochastic resonance in collective decision making. Swarm Intelligence, 11(2):131–154, 2017.

[12]   Bernd Meyer, Cedrick Ansorge, and Toshiyuki Nakagaki. The role of noise in self-organized decision making by the true slime mold Physarum polycephalum. PLoS One, 12(3), 2017. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0172933.

[13]   Thomas Bochynek, Bernd Meyer, and Martin Burd. Energetics of trail clearing in the leaf-cutter ant atta. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 71(1):14, 2017.

[14]   Thomas Bochynek, James L. Tanner, Bernd Meyer, and Martin Burd. Parallel foraging cycles for different resources in leaf-cutting ants: a clue to the mechanisms of rhythmic activity. Ecological Entomology, 2017. published online before print. doi:10.1111/een.12437.

[15]   Richard Cox, Steven Bird, and Bernd Meyer. Teaching computer science in the Victorian Certificate of Education: Results of a pilot study. In ACM SIGCSE, Seattle, Washington, USA, March 2017.

[16]   Cameron McCormack, Kim Marriott, and Bernd Meyer. Authoring diagrams that adapt to their viewing context. Journal of Visual Languages and Computing, 2016. In press. Accepted 1/11/16, Available online 6/11/2016.

[17]   Thomas Bochynek, Martin Burd, and Bernd Meyer. Trail clearing behaviour in leaf-cutter ants: regulatory mechanism and stochastic simulation. In Conference on Complex Systems, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 2016.

[18]   Rui Chen, Julian Garcia, and Bernd Meyer. Social learning in a simple task allocation game. In ALife XV Workshop on multidisciplinary applications of evolutionary game theory, Cancun, Mexico, July 2016.

[19]   Bernd Meyer, Anja Weidenmüller, Rui Chen, and Julian Garcia. Collective homeostasis and time-resolved models of self-organised task allocation. In BICT 2015 — 9th EAI Int. Conf. on Bio-inspired Information and Communications Technologies, New York City, NY, December 2015.

[20]   Stefanie Neupert, Bernd Meyer, and Christoph J. Kleineidam. Origin of high variability in colony odor representation in the ants’ brain. In 11th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society, Göttingen, Germany, March 2015.

[21]   Matthias Vigelius, Bernd Meyer, and Geoff Pascoe. Multiscale modelling and analysis of collective decision making in swarm robotics — the case of majority voting. PLoS One, 11(9), 2014. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0111542.

[22]   Dhananjay Thiruvady, Gaurav Singh, Andreas T. Ernst, and Bernd Meyer. Constraint-based ACO for a shared resource constrained scheduling problem. International Journal of Production Economics, 141(1):230–242, 2013. doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2012.06.012.

[23]   Matthias Vigelius and Bernd Meyer. Stochastic simulations of pattern formation in excitable media. PLoS One, 7(8), 2012. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0042508.

[24]   Jonathan Mullins, Bernd Meyer, and Patrick Hu. Collective robot navigation using diffusion limited aggregation. In International Conference on Parallel Problem Solving from Nature (PPSN-XII), Taormina, Sicily, September 2012.

[25]   Matthias Vigelius and Bernd Meyer. Multi-dimensional, mesoscopic monte carlo simulations of inhomogeneous reaction-drift-diffusion systems on graphics-processing units. PLoS One, 7(4), 2012. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0033384.

[26]   Aidan Lane, Bernd Meyer, and Jonathan Mullins. Simulation with Cellular: A Project Based Introduction to Programming. Apple iBooks, 2012. available for download here.

[27]   Aidan Lane, Bernd Meyer, and Jonathan Mullins. Robotics with Enchanting: A Project Based Introduction to Programming. Apple iBooks, 2012. available for download here.

[28]   Aidan Lane, Bernd Meyer, and Jonathan Mullins. Generative Art with Scribble: A Project Based Introduction to Programming. Apple iBooks, 2012. available for download here.

[29]   Matthias Vigelius and Bernd Meyer. Towards accessible tera-scale individual-based simulations of collective behaviour. In European Conference on Complex Systems (ECCS), Vienna, September 2011.

[30]   Liang Jerry Chen, Weng Ip Simon, Aiguo Patrick Hu, and Bernd Meyer. A contactless charging platform for swarm robots. In Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IECON), Melbourne, November 2011.

[31]   D. Thiruvady, B. Meyer, and A.T. Ernst. Car sequencing with constraint-based ACO. In Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), Dublin, July 2011.

[32]   Matthias Vigelius, Aidan Lane, and Bernd Meyer. Accelerating reaction-diffusion simulations with general-purpose graphics processing units. Bioinformatics, 27(2), 2011. published online before print November 8, 2010. doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btq622.

[33]   Bernd Meyer, Cedrick Ansorge, and Toshiyuki Nakagaki. Estimation of time-variant risks by the slime mold Physarum polycephalum. In European Conference on Complex Systems (ECCS), Lisbon, September 2010. Best Paper Awards – Special Mention.

[34]   Heiko Hamann, Bernd Meyer, Thomas Schmickl, and Karl Crailsheim. A model of symmetry breaking in collective decision-making. In Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (SAB), Paris, August 2010.

[35]   Audrey Dussutour, Madeleine Beekman, Stamatios C. Nicolis, and Bernd Meyer. Noise improves collective decision-making by ants in dynamic environments. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B, 276:4353–4361, December 2009. published online before print September 23, 2009, doi:10.1098/rspb.2009.1235. Recommended by the “Faculty of 1000”:

[36]   Bernd Meyer, Kim Marriott, Adrian Bickerstaffe, and Lars Knipping. Intelligent diagramming in the electronic online classroom. In Human System Interaction (Best Paper Award, Stream: Education and Training), Catania, May 2009.

[37]   Dhananjay Thiruvady, Christian Blum, Bernd Meyer, and Andreas Ernst. Hybridizing Beam-ACO with constraint programming for single machine job scheduling. In Hybrid Metaheuristics (HM 2009), Udine, October 2009.

[38]   Manuel Lopez-Ibanez, Christian Blum, Dhananjay Thiruvady, Andreas Ernst, and Bernd Meyer. Beam-ACO based on stochastic sampling for makespan optimization concerning the TSP with time windows. In Evolutionary Computation in Combinatorial Optimization (EvoCOP 2009), Tübingen, Germany, April 2009.

[39]   Bernd Meyer. A tale of two wells: Noise-induced adaptiveness in self-organized systems. In IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems (Best Paper Award), Venice, October 2008.

[40]   Bernd Meyer. On the deterministic convergence dynamics of ant colony search. Complexity International, 12, October 2008. msid05.

[41]   Cameron McCormack, Kim Marriott, and Bernd Meyer. Authoring adaptive diagrams. In ACM Document Engineering (DocEng’08), Sao Paulo, Brazil, September 2008.

[42]   Bernd Meyer, Madeleine Beekman, and Audrey Dussutour. Noise-induced adaptive decision-making in ant-foraging. In Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (SAB), Osaka, July 2008.

[43]   Dhananjay Thiruvady, Bernd Meyer, and Andreas Ernst. Strip packing with hybrid ACO: Placement order is learnable. In IEEE CEC – Congress on Evolutionary Computation, Hong Kong, June 2008.

[44]   Bernd Meyer. Hybrids of constructive meta-heuristics and constraint programming: A case study with ACO. In Chr. Blum, M.J. Blesa, A. Roli, and M. Sampels, editors, Hybrid Metaheuristics—An emergent approach for optimization. Springer-Verlag, New York, 2008. Invited paper.

[45]   Bernd Meyer and Paolo Bottoni. Visual and diagrammatic languages — the logic perspective. In F. Ferri, editor, Visual Languages for Interactive Computing: Definitions and Formalizations. IGI, Hershey, PA, 2007. Invited paper.

[46]   Adrian Bickerstaffe, Aidan Lane, Bernd Meyer, and Kim Marriott. Building smart diagram environments with domain-specific gesture recognizers. In GREC—IAPR Workshop on Graphics Recognition, Curitiba, Brazil, September 2007.

[47]   Julia Handl and Bernd Meyer. Ant-based and swarm-based clustering. Swarm Intelligence, 1(2):95–113, 2007. doi:10.1007/s11721-007-0008-7.

[48]   Cameron McCormack, Kim Marriott, and Bernd Meyer. Compiling adaptive diagrams into SVG. In SVG Open, Tokyo, September 2007.

[49]   Bernd Meyer. Constraint handling and stochastic ranking in ACO. In IEEE CEC – Congress on Evolutionary Computation (Best Paper Award), Edinburgh, September 2005.

[50]   Kim Marriott, Bernd Meyer, and Peter J. Stuckey. Towards flexible visual communication using adaptive diagrams. In Asian Computing Science Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand, December 2004. Invited paper.

[51]   Cameron McCormack, Kim Marriott, and Bernd Meyer. Adaptive layout using one-way constraints in SVG. In SVG open, Tokyo, September 2004.

[52]   Cameron McCormack, Kim Marriott, and Bernd Meyer. Constraint SVG. In 13th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2004), New York, May 2004.

[53]   Bernd Meyer. On the convergence behaviour of ant colony search. In Asia-Pacific Conference on Complex Systems, Cairns, December 2004.

[54]   Bernd Meyer and Andreas Ernst. Integrating ACO and constraint propagation. In Ant Colony Optimization and Swarm Intelligence (ANTS 2004), Brussels, September 2004.

[55]   Bernd Meyer. Convergence control in ACO. In Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), Seattle/WA, June 2004.

[56]   John Howse and Bernd Meyer. Conjunction labels in Euler diagrams. In Euler Diagrams, Brighton, 2004.

[57]   Anthony R. Jansen, Kim Marriott, and Bernd Meyer. Cider. In International Conference on Theory and Application of Diagrams, Cambridge, UK, March 2004.

[58]   Anothony R. Jansen, Kim Marriott, and Bernd Meyer. Cider: A component-based toolkit for creating smart diagram environments. In International Conference on Distributed and Multimedia Systems, Miami, September 2003.

[59]   Julia Handl and Bernd Meyer. Improved ant-based sorting and clustering in a document retrieval interface. In International Conference on Parallel Problem Solving from Nature (PPSN-VII), Granada, Spain, September 2002.

[60]   Kim Marriott, Bernd Meyer, and Laurent Tardif. Fast and efficient client-side adaptivity for SVG. In 11th International World Wide Web Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2002.

[61]   Trevor Hansen, Kim Marriott, Bernd Meyer, and Peter Stuckey. Flexible graph layout for the web. Journal of Visual Languages and Computing, 13(1):35–60, 2002.

[62]   Paolo Bottoni, Bernd Meyer, and Francesco Parisi Presicce. Visual multiset rewriting: applications to diagram parsing and reasoning. In C.S. Calude, Gh. Paun, G. Rozenberg, and A. Salomaa, editors, Multiset Processing: Mathematical, Computer Science and Molecular Computing Points of View, pages 45–66. Springer-Verlag, London, 2001.

[63]   Paolo Bottoni, Bernd Meyer, and Francesco Parisi Presicce. On a uniform logical framework for diagram reasoning. In IEEE Symposium on Human-Centric Computing, Stresa, Italy, September 2001.

[64]   Paolo Bottoni, Bernd Meyer, Kim Marriott, and Francesco Parisi Presicce. Deductive parsing of visual languages. In International Conference on Logical Aspects of Computational Linguistics, Le Croisic, France, June 2001.

[65]   Greg J. Badros, Jojada J. Tirtowidjojo, Kim Marriott, Bernd Meyer, Will Portnoy, and Alan Borning. A constraint extension to scalable vector graphics. In 10th International World Wide Web Conference, Hong Kong, May 2001.

[66]   Bernd Meyer, Kim Marriott, and Gerard Allwein. Intelligent diagrammatic interfaces: state of the art. In Patrick Olivier, Michael Anderson, and Bernd Meyer, editors, Diagrammatic Representation and Reasoning. Springer-Verlag, London, 2001.

[67]   Bernd Meyer. Diagrammatic evaluation of visual mathematical notations. In Patrick Olivier, Michael Anderson, and Bernd Meyer, editors, Diagrammatic Representation and Reasoning. Springer-Verlag, London, 2001.

[68]   Michael Anderson, Bernd Meyer, and Patrick Olivier, editors. Diagrammatic Representation and Reasoning. Springer-Verlag, London, 2001.

[69]   Bernd Meyer. Diagrammatic parsing as constraint solving. In Australian Workshop on Computational Logic, Canberra, Australia, February 2000.

[70]   Paolo Bottoni, Bernd Meyer, and Francesco Parisi Presicce. Visual multiset rewriting. In Gheorghe Paun, editor, International Workshop on Multiset Processing, Curtea de Arges, Romania, August 2000.

[71]   Kim Marriott and Bernd Meyer. Non-standard logics for diagram interpretation. In Diagrams 2000: International Conference on Theory and Application of Diagrams, pages 42–57, Edinburgh, Scotland, September 2000. Springer.

[72]   Bernd Meyer. A constraint-based framework for diagrammatic reasoning. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 14(4):327–344, 2000. Invited paper.

[73]   Bernd Meyer. Constraint diagram reasoning. In Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming: CP’99, Alexandria, Virginia, October 1999. Springer.

[74]   Bernd Meyer, Hubert Zweckstetter, Luis Mandel, and Zoltan Gassmann. Automatic construction of intelligent diagrammatic environments. In HCI’99: 8th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Munich, Germany, August 1999. Lawrence Erlbaum.

[75]   Luis Mandel, Marcelo Campo, Analía Amandi, Thom W. Frühwirth, Bernd Meyer, Slim Abdennadher, and Bernhard Bauer. JACK – Java constraint kit. In German-Argentinian Workshop on Information Technology, pages 47–58, Königswinter, 1999.

[76]   Bernd Meyer and Hubert Zweckstetter. Interpretation of visual notations in the Recopla editor generator. In FRVDR’98: AAAI Fall Symposium on Formalizing Reasoning with Visual and Diagrammatic Representations, Orlando, October 1998. AAAI TR FS-98-04.

[77]   Bernd Meyer. Self-organizing graphs: A neural network perspective of graph layout. In Graph Drawing (GD’98), Montreal, Canada, August 1998.

[78]   Bernd Meyer. Competitive learning of network diagram layout. In International IEEE Workshop on Visual Languages (VL’98), Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, September 1998.

[79]   Kim Marriott and Bernd Meyer. The CCMG visual language hierarchy. In Kim Marriott and Bernd Meyer, editors, Visual Language Theory, pages 129–169. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1998.

[80]   Kim Marriott, Bernd Meyer, and Kent Wittenburg. A survey of visual language specification and recognition. In Kim Marriott and Bernd Meyer, editors, Visual Language Theory, pages 5–85. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1998.

[81]   Kim Marriott and Bernd Meyer, editors. Visual Language Theory. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1998.

[82]   Bernd Meyer. Formalization of visual mathematical notations. In Michael Anderson, editor, AAAI Symposium on Diagrammatic Reasoning (DR-II), pages 58–68, Boston/MA, November 1997. AAAI Press, AAAI TR FS-97-02.

[83]   Bernd Meyer and Kim Marriott. Specifying diagram animation with rewrite systems. In International Workshop on Theory of Visual Languages (TVL’97), pages 85–96, Capri, Italy, September 1997.

[84]   Kim Marriott and Bernd Meyer. On the classification of visual languages by grammar hierarchies. Journal of Visual Languages and Computing, 8(4):374–402, 1997.

[85]   Kim Marriott and Bernd Meyer. Towards a hierarchy of visual languages. In International IEEE Workshop on Visual Languages (VL’96), pages 196–203, Boulder/CO, September 1996.

[86]   Kim Marriott and Bernd Meyer. Formal classification of visual languages. In International Workshop on Theory of Visual Languages (TVL’96), Gubbio, Italy, May 1996.

[87]   Bernd Meyer, Martin Gogolla, and Gerhard D. Westerman. Drafting ER and OO schemas in prototyping environments. Data and Knowledge Engineering Journal, 19:201–240, 1996.

[88]   Martin Erwig and Bernd Meyer. Heterogeneous visual languages – integrating textual and visual programming. In International IEEE Workshop on Visual Languages (VL’95), pages 318–325, Darmstadt, Germany, September 1995.

[89]   Bernd Meyer. Pictorial deduction in spatial information systems. In International IEEE Workshop on Visual Languages (VL’94), pages 23–30, St. Louis/MI, October 1994.

[90]   Bernd Meyer. Logic and the structure of space: Towards a visual logic for spatial reasoning. In International Symposium on Logic Programming (ILPS’93), Vancouver, Canada, October 1993.

[91]   Bernd Meyer. Declarative specification of visual languages by graphical examples or: a picture is worth a thousand formulas. In Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), Dresden, Germany, September 1993. In German.

[92]   Bernd Meyer. Pictures depicting pictures—on the specification of visual languages by visual grammars. In International IEEE Workshop on Visual Languages (VL’92), pages 41–47, Seattle/WA, September 1992.

[93]   Bernd Meyer. Beyond icons: Towards new metaphors for visual query languages for spatial information systems. In Richard Cooper, editor, Interfaces to Database Systems, pages 113–135, Glasgow, UK, July 1992. Springer.

[94]   Martin Gogolla, Bernd Meyer, and Gerhard D. Westerman. Drafting extended entity-relationship schemas with Queer. In International Conference on the Entity Relationship Approach (ER’91), San Mateo/CA, 1991.