GECCO 2005: Proceedings of the 2005 conference on Genetic and evolutionary computation   [EC]

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Beyer, H.-G., Arnold, D., V., Banzhaf, W., Blum, C., Bonabeau, E., W., Cantú-Paz, E., Dasgupta, D., Deb, K., Foster, J., A., Jong, E., D., D., Lipson, H., Llora, X., Mancoridis, S., Pelikan, M., Raidl, G., R., Soule, T., Tyrrell, A., M., Watson, J.-P. and Zitzler, E. (eds.)

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Keywords:genetic algorithms, genetic programming, A-Life, Evolutionary Robotics, Adaptive Behaviour, Ant Colony Optimisation, Swarm Intelligence, Artificial Immune Systems, Biological Applications, Coevolution, Estimation of Distribution Algorithms, Evolutionary Combinatorial Optimisation, Evolutionary Multi-objective Optimization, Evolutionary Strategies, Evolutionary Programming, Evolvable Hardware, Meta-heuristics, Local Search, Real World Applications, Search-based Software Engineering
Abstract:
The papers in this two volume proceedings are presented at the 7th Annual Genetic and Evolutionary Computation COnference [EC] (GECCO-2005), held in Washington, D.C., June 25-29, 2005.This year is an exceptional one for the GECCO conference series. First, the International Society for Genetic and Evolutionary Computation [EC] (ISGEC) which has always been GECCO's sponsor has changed to become a Special Interest Group of the ACM named SIGEVO. Being part of ACM reflects the evolution and integration of our very successful discipline into the main stream of computer science. [CS] As a consequence, the GECCO-2005 proceedings are an ACM publication and they are incorporated into the ACM Digital Library. This guarantees an even broader dissemination of Darwinian and other nature-inspired computation methods.Second, we had 549 regular paper submissions representing the absolute record of all conferences emphasising the field of evolutionary computation. Paper [EC] reviewing has been done by double blind assignment. On average each paper was evaluated by five independent reviewers. Finally, 253 paper (46.1%) have been accepted as full (max. 8 pages) papers. Additionally, 120 submissions were accepted as posters.A goal of GECCO is to encourage new areas and paradigms of evolutionary computation [EC] to gather momentum and flourish. This is accomplished by the establishment of new independent tracks each year. This year, as a result of a recombinative and creative process, GECCO-2005 comprises 16 tracks consisting of core tracks ("C"), tracks previously in GECCOs ("P"), not yet belonging to the core track family), "recombined" tracks from GECCO 2004 ("R"), and newly created tracks ("N"):.
Notes:
GECCO-2005 A joint meeting of the fourteenth international conference on genetic algorithms [GA] (ICGA-2005) and the tenth annual genetic programming conference [GP] (GP-2005). ACM Order Number 910052
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@proceedings(GECCO2005,
TITLE = 	{{GECCO 2005}: Proceedings of the 2005 conference on Genetic and evolutionary computation},
YEAR =      	{2005},
editor = {Hans-Georg Beyer and Una-May O'Reilly and Dirk V. Arnold and Wolfgang Banzhaf  and Christian Blum  and Eric W. Bonabeau  and Erick Cantu-Paz  and Dipankar Dasgupta  and Kalyanmoy Deb  and James A. Foster  and Edwin D. {de Jong} and Hod Lipson and Xavier Llora and Spiros Mancoridis  and Martin Pelikan  and Guenther R. Raidl  and Terence Soule  and Andy M. Tyrrell  and Jean-Paul Watson  and Eckart Zitzler},
 address = {Washington DC, USA},
 publisher_address = {New York, NY, 10286-1405, USA},
  month = 	{25-29 June},
  organisation = {ACM SIGEVO (formerly ISGEC)},
PUBLISHER = 	{ACM Press},
  note =	{},
  keywords =    {genetic algorithms, genetic programming, A-Life, Evolutionary Robotics and Adaptive Behaviour, Ant Colony Optimisation and Swarm Intelligence, Artificial Immune Systems, Biological Applications, Coevolution, Estimation of Distribution Algorithms, Evolutionary Combinatorial Optimisation, Evolutionary Multi-objective Optimization, Evolutionary Strategies, Evolutionary Programming, Evolvable Hardware, Meta-heuristics and Local Search, Real World Applications, Search-based Software Engineering},
  ISBN =        {1-59593-010-8},
  url =         {http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1068009&jmp=cit&coll=GUIDE&dl=GUIDE&CFID=48779769&CFTOKEN=55479664#supp},
  size =	{},
  abstract =	{The papers in this two volume proceedings are
  presented at the 7th Annual Genetic and Evolutionary Computation
  COnference (GECCO-2005), held in Washington, D.C., June 25-29,
  2005.This year is an exceptional one for the GECCO conference
  series. First, the International Society for Genetic and
  Evolutionary Computation (ISGEC) which has always been GECCO's
  sponsor has changed to become a Special Interest Group of the ACM
  named SIGEVO. Being part of ACM reflects the evolution and
  integration of our very successful discipline into the main stream
  of computer science. As a consequence, the GECCO-2005 proceedings
  are an ACM publication and they are incorporated into the ACM
  Digital Library. This guarantees an even broader dissemination of
  Darwinian and other nature-inspired computation methods.Second, we
  had 549 regular paper submissions representing the absolute record
  of all conferences emphasising the field of evolutionary
  computation. Paper reviewing has been done by double blind
  assignment. On average each paper was evaluated by five independent
  reviewers. Finally, 253 paper (46.1%) have been accepted as full
  (max. 8 pages) papers. Additionally, 120 submissions were accepted
  as posters.A goal of GECCO is to encourage new areas and paradigms
  of evolutionary computation to gather momentum and flourish. This is
  accomplished by the establishment of new independent tracks each
  year. This year, as a result of a recombinative and creative
  process, GECCO-2005 comprises 16 tracks consisting of core tracks
  ("C"), tracks previously in GECCOs ("P"), not yet belonging to the
  core track family), "recombined" tracks from GECCO 2004 ("R"), and
  newly created tracks ("N"):.},
  notes =	{GECCO-2005 A joint meeting of the fourteenth international conference on genetic algorithms (ICGA-2005) and the tenth annual genetic programming conference (GP-2005).

ACM Order Number 910052}
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