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CFP: Generative and Developmental Systems (GDS) track at GECCO 2014 *************************************************************************** *** CALL FOR PAPERS *** 2014 GENETIC AND EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTATION CONFERENCE
Re: Crowdsourcing a list of significant ALife papers Hi Randy, I think the first big question is what counts as Alife for the purposes of the review paper. It's such a broad and even interdisciplinary field that
PPSN 2014: Call for Workshop and Tutorial Proposals (apologies for cross-posting) ** 13th International Conference on Parallel Problem Solving from Nature ( PPSN 2014) ** September 13-17, 2014, Ljubljana,
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Crowdsourcing a list of significant ALife papers Hi all, It's been years since I've seen a broad review of the ALife field. I'm going to try to crowdsource one and post the results online. What are some
EvoROBOT CfP: deadline extension to 11 November 2013 **** DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 11 NOVEMBER 2013 ***** This will be the only extension. *** THE VENUE CHANGED TO GRANADA, SPAIN ****** *** PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED by
New Paper on a Compiler for CPPNs Hello all, I'm happy to announce my new AAAI symposium paper on a compiler for CPPNs that allows to automatically transform phenotypic descriptions Into
Re: first steps with NEAT Hi Aline, your observation regarding the number of species is a potential clue to the remaining problem. It is indeed concerning if you have twice as many
Deadline extension for Special Issue On Evolutionary Robotics ... Evolutionary Intelligence - Special Issue On Evolutionary Robotics ... !!!! DEADLINE EXTENDED to 16 November !!!! Call for Papers Evolutionary Robotics
Re: first steps with NEAT Hi All, As Ken suggested me , I've tried to use my implementation of NEAT with all structural mutation turned off and with some improvements I can get the same
Fwd: [ml-worldwide] First CFP: Special Issue of Natural Computing: N Dear all, I'm forwarding an email I've just received since it is highly relevant to this list. Apologies if you received it already. Best, Vassilis ... From:
New Keynote Video (good sound quality) This keynote just recorded from the 16th Portuguese Conference on AI is about issues related to novelty and objectives again, but even for those who've watched
FW: survey about dynamic simulators Hello all, some of you may have something to say in this survey (their goal is to understand what should be done for the next generation of dynamic
Thesis on HyperNEAT available My thesisùsupervised by Shimon Whitesonùis now available. It is based on the research I did for "Critical Factors in the Performance of HyperNEAT", but it
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Re: Starting fully connected Hi Oliver, these are interesting results and questions. I think there are a number of subtle considerations interacting behind the phenomena you're observing.
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Starting fully connected Hi all, Apologies if some or all of the below has been discussed previously, I searched but found nothing about it. I'm in the process of verifying my
Re: Request for Comments: Geographical and Behavioural Space Conside Hello Colin (and Ken), I second this feature request. It would be great to have a standard multi-objective (NSGA-II) NEAT package. Neuromodulation would also
Re: Request for Comments: Geographical and Behavioural Space Conside Hi all, ... I fully agree with Ken on this point. Moving the genetic diversity of NEAT to an objective and implementing a classic MOEA (like NSGA-II) would
Re: Request for Comments: Geographical and Behavioural Space Conside Hi Colin, it will be interesting to see how the more emergent geographical-based speciation compares to conventional fitness-sharing-based NEAT speciation. My
Re: Request for Comments: Geographical and Behavioural Space Conside ... Hello Colin, The idea you write about in the above paragraph is very similar to the MOLE algorithm Jean-Baptiste Mouret, Hod Lipson, and I introduce in our
Re: Request for Comments: Geographical and Behavioural Space Conside ... In some ways 'geographical space' is a misleading term because initially I want to have a continuous, bounded, homogeneous space with real numbered coords
Re: Request for Comments: Geographical and Behavioural Space Conside ... For starters I was thinking of a homogeneous space and investigating the dynamics that emerge. Later on we can imagine adding structure to the geo-space,
Re: Request for Comments: Geographical and Behavioural Space Conside ... Correct, that is, I'm *not* referring to a typical co-evolution set-up where you have agents in a world competing with each other in some geo-space (e.g.
Re: Request for Comments: Geographical and Behavioural Space Conside Hello all, I think these are great ideas. In fact, I (with students and collaborators) have been working on two different projects related to these ideas for a
Re: Request for Comments: Geographical and Behavioural Space Conside Colin, If I understand your approach correctly, this sounds interesting. I wish to clarify your use of some terms derived from the term "space", and
Re: Request for Comments: Geographical and Behavioural Space Conside Hi Colin, I like the idea of exploring different mechanisms for encouraging diversity during search, and geography is an interesting structure that could be
Re: Request for Comments: Geographical and Behavioural Space Conside Hi Colin, your idea of implementing some kind of location in a 2d space for each agent sounds interesting. Just to assure that I understand you correct: you
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Re: Request for Comments: Geographical and Behavioural Space Conside Hi Colin, I like your ideas on geographical space-based evolution. I think it is worth looking into spatially structured evolutionary algorithms. See:
Request for Comments: Geographical and Behavioural Space Considerati Hi all, I'm starting to think about direction for the next SharpNEAT iteration. There's been a lot of talk recently about novelty search versus objective
Official Response to Critical Factors Paper Some of you may recall that our group was running studies in response to Thomas van den Berg and Shimon Whiteson's recent paper on Critical Factors in the
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