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[CFP] Grammatical Evolution Workshop at GECCO

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    CALL FOR PARTICIPATION ====================== Grammatical Evolution (GEWS 2002) a Workshop of The 2002 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 1, 2002
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      CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
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      Grammatical Evolution (GEWS 2002)

      a Workshop of

      The 2002
      Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO-2002)
      July 9-13, 2002, New York, USA


      Workshop Date : Tuesday 9th July.

      Grammatical Evolution (GE) is an automatic programming system that can
      evolve programs in an arbitrary language from a binary string. GE
      adopts a genotype-phenotype mapping process taking as input a grammar
      that describes the syntax of the evolved program. In addition to the
      grammar, the search algorithm (the standard has been a variable-length
      genetic algorithm) is also a 'plug-in' component of the system. The
      workshop will address all aspects of GE including foundations,
      extensions, analysis and applications.

      Program

      Tuesday July 9, 2002 (8.30am - 12.30pm)

      8.30am - 8.45am
      Registration

      8.45am - 10.25am
      Grammatical Evolution Introduction

      GENR8 - Using Grammatical Evolution In A Surface Design Tool
      Martin Hemberg and Una-May O'Reilly

      Investigations into Memory in Grammatical Evolution
      Michael O'Neill and Conor Ryan

      On the use of gene dependency to avoid deceptive traps
      Miguel Nicolau and Conor Ryan

      10.25am - 10.45am
      Break

      10.45am - 12.30pm

      An example of the use of context-sensitive constraints in the ALP system
      Maarten Keijzer and Mike Cattolico

      Trading Foreign Exchange Markets Using Evolutionary Automatic Programming
      Tony Brabazon and Michael O'Neill

      How To Do Anything With Grammars
      Conor Ryan and Michael O'Neill

      Open Discussion
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