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  • Nadia Nedjah
    ** Call for Book Chapters ** Genetic Systems Programming, Published by Nova Science, New York (http://www.novapublishers.com) (Call for Papers available at
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      ** Call for Book Chapters **

      Genetic Systems Programming,
      Published by Nova Science, New York (http://www.novapublishers.com)
      (Call for Papers available at http://www.isebis.eng.uerj.br)

      Designing complex programs or systems such as operating systems,
      compilers, filing systems, data base systems, etc. is an old ever
      lasting research area. Genetic Programming (GP) is a relatively new
      promising and growing research area. Among other uses, it provides
      efficient tools to deal with hard problems by evolving creative and
      competitive solutions. Systems programming is generally strewed with
      such hard problems. This book is devoted to reporting innovative and
      significant progress about the contribution of genetic programming in
      systems programming. Both theoretical papers (preferably including
      simulations) and application papers are welcome. The main topics
      include, but are not limited to:

      * GP in compilers
      * GP in operating systems
      * GP in data base systems
      * GP in filing systems * GP and object-oriented programming
      * GP and functional/logic programming
      * GP and agent programming
      * GP and component-based programming

      The time schedule for this publication is as follows:

      Manuscript submission: April 15th, 2005
      Authors Notification: June 30th, 2005
      Camera-ready submission: July 31st, 2005

      If you intend to contribute to this book, please send an e-mail to the
      editor (s) informing the title of the chapter and its abstract. For
      further details and contact information, please refer to the following
      URL: http://www.isebis.eng.uerj.br (see call for papers)

      We look forward to receiving your contribution.

      Nadia Nedjah, Ajith Abraham and Luiza Mourelle (Editors)

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