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The second contest of the GECCO-2009 Simulated Car Racing competition, titled Optimizing Car Setup, officially starts today. More information on this nice brochure!
The rules and regulations for the GECCO-2009 competition on GPUs for GEC are now available at http://www.gpgpgpu.com/gecco2009/
DBLPVis is a service provided by the University of Trier, based on the data gathered in the DBLP project, which allows you to search large amount of data for connections between conferences, persons and words. It allows you to search … Continue reading
The Simulated Car Racing competition of GECCO-2009 officially has started with the publication of the competition rules and regulations for the first contest, titled Learning to Drive, and the availability of the competition software. There is a nice leaflet here … Continue reading
The new issue of SIGEVOlution is now available for you to download from: http://www.sigevolution.org The issue features: Solving Complex Problems in Human Genetics Using GP by Casey S. Greene and Jason H. Moore A Camera Obscura for Ants by Carlos … Continue reading
The new issue of SIGEVOlution is now available for you to download from: http://www.sigevolution.org The issue features: A Tale of Human Competiveness by Jaume Bacardit, Michael Stout, and Natalio Krasnogor Optimization of Store Performance by Cem Baydar Is this the … Continue reading
The video of Martin Pelikan’s tutorial on Probabilistic Model Building GAs is available here the slides are available here.
The video of Stewart Wilson’s talk at IWLCS-2008, titled “Classifier Conditions Using GEP”, is available here the slides are available here.
The first video to advertise GECCO-2009 competitions is finally online here. More video will come …
GECCO-2009 will be the first GECCO conference in Canada. The conference will take place in Montreal, Canada on July 8-12, 2009 (Wednesday-Sunday). The deadline for submitting papers to GECCO-2009 is January 14, 2009. The general chair of GECCO-2009 is Franz … Continue reading