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Genetic Programming [electronic resource] :European Conference, EuroGP 2000, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, April 15-16, 2000. Proceedings /

Contributor(s): Poli, Riccardo [editor.] | Banzhaf, Wolfgang [editor.] | Langdon, William B [editor.] | Miller, Julian [editor.] | Nordin, Peter [editor.] | Fogarty, Terence C [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 1802Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2000.Description: X, 361 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540462392.Subject(s): Computer science | Medicine | Computer programming | Computers | Artificial intelligence | Pattern recognition | Bioinformatics | Computational biology | Computer Science | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Medicine/Public Health, general | Programming Techniques | Computation by Abstract Devices | Pattern Recognition | Computer Appl. in Life SciencesOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Talks -- On the Impact of the Representation on Fitness Landscapes -- The Legion System: A Novel Approach to Evolving Heterogeneity for Collective Problem Solving -- Metric Based Evolutionary Algorithms -- Register Based Genetic Programming on FPGA Computing Platforms -- An Extrinsic Function-Level Evolvable Hardware Approach -- Genetic Programming, Ensemble Methods and the Bias/Variance Tradeoff – Introductory Investigations -- Evolution of a Controller with a Free Variable Using Genetic Programming -- Genetic Programming for Service Creation in Intelligent Networks -- Cartesian Genetic Programming -- Some Probabilistic Modelling Ideas for Boolean Classification in Genetic Programming -- Crossover in Grammatical Evolution: A Smooth Operator? -- Hyperschema Theory for GP with One-Point Crossover, Building Blocks, and Some New Results in GA Theory -- Use of Genetic Programming in the Identification of Rational Model Structures -- Grammatical Retina Description with Enhanced Methods -- Posters -- Intraspecific Evolution of Learning by Genetic Programming -- An Evolutionary Approach to Multiperiod Asset Allocation -- Acquiring Textual Relations Automatically on the Web Using Genetic Programming -- Application of Genetic Programming to Induction of Linear Classification Trees -- A Metric for Genetic Programs and Fitness Sharing -- Using Factorial Experiments to Evaluate the Effect of Genetic Programming Parameters -- Experimental Study of Multipopulation Parallel Genetic Programming -- Genetic Programming and Simulated Annealing: A Hybrid Method to Evolve Decision Trees -- Seeding Genetic Programming Populations -- Distributed Java Bytecode Genetic Programming with Telecom Applications -- Fighting Program Bloat with the Fractal Complexity Measure -- Paragen – The First Results -- Multi-robot Cooperation and Competition with Genetic Programming.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This volume contains the proceedings of EuroGP 2000, the European Conf- ence on Genetic Programming, held in Edinburgh on the 15th and 16th April 2000. This event was the third in a series which started with the two European workshops: EuroGP’98, held in Paris in April 1998, and EuroGP’99, held in Gothenburg in May 1999. EuroGP 2000 was held in conjunction with EvoWo- shops 2000 (17th April) and ICES 2000 (17th-19th April). Genetic Programming (GP) is a growing branch of Evolutionary Compu- tion in which the structures in the population being evolved are computer p- grams. GP has been applied successfully to a large number of di?cult problems like automatic design, pattern recognition, robotic control, synthesis of neural networks, symbolic regression, music and picture generation, biomedical app- cations, etc. In recent years,even human-competitive results have been achieved by a number of groups. EuroGP 2000, the ?rst evolutionary computation conference of the new m- lennium, was the biggest event devoted to genetic programming to be held in Europe in 2000. It was a high quality conference where state-of-the-art work on the theory of GP and applications of GP to real world problems was presented.
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Talks -- On the Impact of the Representation on Fitness Landscapes -- The Legion System: A Novel Approach to Evolving Heterogeneity for Collective Problem Solving -- Metric Based Evolutionary Algorithms -- Register Based Genetic Programming on FPGA Computing Platforms -- An Extrinsic Function-Level Evolvable Hardware Approach -- Genetic Programming, Ensemble Methods and the Bias/Variance Tradeoff – Introductory Investigations -- Evolution of a Controller with a Free Variable Using Genetic Programming -- Genetic Programming for Service Creation in Intelligent Networks -- Cartesian Genetic Programming -- Some Probabilistic Modelling Ideas for Boolean Classification in Genetic Programming -- Crossover in Grammatical Evolution: A Smooth Operator? -- Hyperschema Theory for GP with One-Point Crossover, Building Blocks, and Some New Results in GA Theory -- Use of Genetic Programming in the Identification of Rational Model Structures -- Grammatical Retina Description with Enhanced Methods -- Posters -- Intraspecific Evolution of Learning by Genetic Programming -- An Evolutionary Approach to Multiperiod Asset Allocation -- Acquiring Textual Relations Automatically on the Web Using Genetic Programming -- Application of Genetic Programming to Induction of Linear Classification Trees -- A Metric for Genetic Programs and Fitness Sharing -- Using Factorial Experiments to Evaluate the Effect of Genetic Programming Parameters -- Experimental Study of Multipopulation Parallel Genetic Programming -- Genetic Programming and Simulated Annealing: A Hybrid Method to Evolve Decision Trees -- Seeding Genetic Programming Populations -- Distributed Java Bytecode Genetic Programming with Telecom Applications -- Fighting Program Bloat with the Fractal Complexity Measure -- Paragen – The First Results -- Multi-robot Cooperation and Competition with Genetic Programming.

This volume contains the proceedings of EuroGP 2000, the European Conf- ence on Genetic Programming, held in Edinburgh on the 15th and 16th April 2000. This event was the third in a series which started with the two European workshops: EuroGP’98, held in Paris in April 1998, and EuroGP’99, held in Gothenburg in May 1999. EuroGP 2000 was held in conjunction with EvoWo- shops 2000 (17th April) and ICES 2000 (17th-19th April). Genetic Programming (GP) is a growing branch of Evolutionary Compu- tion in which the structures in the population being evolved are computer p- grams. GP has been applied successfully to a large number of di?cult problems like automatic design, pattern recognition, robotic control, synthesis of neural networks, symbolic regression, music and picture generation, biomedical app- cations, etc. In recent years,even human-competitive results have been achieved by a number of groups. EuroGP 2000, the ?rst evolutionary computation conference of the new m- lennium, was the biggest event devoted to genetic programming to be held in Europe in 2000. It was a high quality conference where state-of-the-art work on the theory of GP and applications of GP to real world problems was presented.

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