Call for Participation
COEVOLUTION DISCUSSION FORUM
What Can Coevolution Do for Us? A Problem-Oriented View
2005 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference
Washington, DC USA June 25 - 29, 2005
Coevolution is a promising problem solving technique that can be
applied in interactive domains. As a result of their unique
capabilities, as well as their often complicated dynamics,
coevolutionary algorithms have historically provided researchers with
much hope and consternation. Current theoretical views of coevolution
place a strong emphasis on understanding the relationship between the
underlying problem that one wishes to solve and the nature of the
coevolutionary algorithm being applied. This focus leads to a more
realistic expectation of the potential of these algorithms, and
clarifies their goals for different problems.
The 2005 coevolution discussion forum will be an open, moderated,
dialog on topics related to translating current theoretical
of coevolution into practical problem-solving techniques. An invited
panel of active coevolution researchers will ensure that a discussion is
initiated and directed; however, the forum is designed to encourage
audience participation. We invite anyone who is interested in
coevolutionary computation to attend and join the conversation.
For more information, visit the following web site:
Coevolution Discussion Forum Chairs:
Anthony Bucci, Brandeis University, abucci@...
Edwin D. de Jong, Urecht, dejong@...
R. Paul Wiegand, Naval Research Laboratory, paul@...