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Genetic Programming : 7th European Conference, Eurogp 2004, Coimbra, Portugal, April 5-7, 2004, Proceedings - Maarten Keijzer

Genetic Programming

7th European Conference, Eurogp 2004, Coimbra, Portugal, April 5-7, 2004, Proceedings

By: Maarten Keijzer (Editor), Una-May O'Reilly (Editor), Simon M. Lucas (Editor), Ernesto Costa (Editor), Terence Soule (Editor)

Paperback Published: 23rd January 2004
ISBN: 9783540213468
Number Of Pages: 412

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In this volume we present the accepted contributions for the 7th European C- ference on Genetic Programming (EuroGP 2004). The conference took place on 5-7 April 2004 in Portugal at the University of Coimbra, in the Department of Mathematics in Pra¸ ca Dom Dinis, located on the hill above the old town. EuroGP is a well-established conference and the sole one exclusively de- ted to Genetic Programming. Previous proceedings have all been published by Springer-Verlag in the LNCS series. EuroGP began as an international wor- hop in Paris, France in 1998 (14-15 April, LNCS 1391). Subsequently the wor- hop was held in G¨ oteborg, Sweden in 1999 (26-27 May, LNCS 1598) and then EuroGP became an annual conference: in 2000 in Edinburgh, UK (15-16 April, LNCS 1802), in 2001 at Lake Como, Italy (18-19 April, LNCS 2038), in 2002 in Kinsale, Ireland (3-5 April, LNCS 2278), and in 2003 in Colchester, UK (14-16 April, LNCS 2610). From the outset, there have always been specialized wor- hops, co-located with EuroGP, focusing on applications of evolutionary al- rithms (LNCS 1468, 1596, 1803, 2037, 2279, and 2611). This year the EvoCOP workshop on combinatorial optimization transformed itself into a conference in its own right, and the two conferences, together with the EvoWorkshops, EvoBIO, EvoIASP, EvoMUSART, EvoSTOC, EvoHOT, and EvoCOMNET, now form one of the largest events dedicated to Evolutionary Computation in Europe.

Evaluation of chess position by modular neural network generated by genetic algorithmp. 1
Coevolution of algorithms and deterministic solution of equations in free groupsp. 11
Designing optimal combinational digital circuits using a multiple logic unit processorp. 23
A data structure for improved GP analysis via efficient computation and visualisation of population measuresp. 35
Boosting technique for combining cellular GP classifiersp. 47
Co-evolving faults to improve the fault tolerance of sorting networksp. 57
Toward an alternative comparison between different genetic programming systemsp. 67
Lymphoma cancer classification using genetic programming with SNR featuresp. 78
A practical approach to evolving concurrent programsp. 89
Evolutionary induction of grammar systems for multi-agent cooperationp. 101
Genetic programming applied to mixed integer programmingp. 113
Efficient crossover in the GAuGE systemp. 125
Grammatical evolution by grammatical evolution : the evolution of grammar and genetic codep. 138
Constrained molecular dynamics as a search and optimization toolp. 150
On the performance of genetic operators and the random key representationp. 162
Analysis of GP improvement techniques over the real-world inverse problem of ocean colorp. 174
Evolution and acquisition of modules in Cartesian genetic programmingp. 187
How to choose appropriate function sets for gentic programmingp. 198
Improving grammar-based evolutionary algorithms via attributed derivation treesp. 208
Evolved matrix operations for post-processing protein secondary structure predictionsp. 220
Genetic programming for natural language parsingp. 230
Comparing hybrid systems to design and optimize artificial neural networksp. 240
An evolutionary algorithm for the input-output block assignment problemp. 250
Genetic programming for subjective fitness function identificationp. 259
Saving effort in parallel GP by means of plaguesp. 269
Sampling of unique structures and behaviours in genetic programmingp. 279
The evolution of concurrent control software using genetic programmingp. 289
Extending grammatical evolution to evolve digital surfaces with Genr8p. 299
Evolving text classifiers with genetic programmingp. 309
Automatic synthesis of instruction decode logic by genetic programmingp. 318
Alternatives in subtree caching for genetic programmingp. 328
Structural risk minimization on decision trees using an evolutionary multiobjective optimizationp. 338
Global distributed evolution of L-systems fractalsp. 349
Reusing code in genetic programmingp. 359
Exploiting reflection in object oriented genetic programmingp. 369
Evolutionary feature construction using information gain and Gini indexp. 379
On the evolution of evolutionary algorithmsp. 389
Genetic programming with gradient descent search for multiclass object classificationp. 399
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ISBN: 9783540213468
ISBN-10: 3540213465
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 412
Published: 23rd January 2004
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.21
Weight (kg): 0.59