The application of evolutionary computing techniques to spatial interaction modelling   [EC]

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Diplock, G.

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Info: 1996
Keywords:genetic algorithms, genetic programming
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The research involved using both GAs and GP to build new forms of spatial models which predict the flows of products and services, population, etc between spatial areas. GAs were also used to calibrate existing spatial interaction models. The GP was implemented on the 512-processor T3D facility in Edinburgh (Scotland) using a MPI shell "Please note that" ftp://gam.leeds.ac.uk/pub/gary/thesis/thesis.zip (word for windows) is "a draft version which has a few typing errors, etc. but this should not be a problem" 5-0ct-1997
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BibTex:
@PhdThesis{diplock:thesis,
  author =       "Gary Diplock",
  title =        "The application of evolutionary computing techniques
                 to spatial interaction modelling",
  school =       "Leeds University, UK",
  year =         "1996",
  month =        Sep,
  email =        "garyd@gmap.leeds.ac.uk",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming",
  URL =          "ftp://gam.leeds.ac.uk/pub/gary/thesis/thesis.zip",
  size =         "pages",
  notes =        "

                 The research involved using both GAs and GP to build
                 new forms of spatial models which predict the flows of
                 products and services, population, etc between spatial
                 areas. GAs were also used to calibrate existing spatial
                 interaction models. The GP was implemented on the
                 512-processor T3D facility in Edinburgh (Scotland)
                 using a MPI shell

                 {"}Please note that{"}
                 ftp://gam.leeds.ac.uk/pub/gary/thesis/thesis.zip (word
                 for windows) is {"}a draft version which has a few
                 typing errors, etc. but this should not be a problem{"}
                 5-0ct-1997

                 ",
}