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Crosbie --- Hewlett-Packard Jason Daida --- University of Michigan Anthony Deakin --- University of Liverpool Judith E Devaney --- NIST Hugo de Garis --- ATR, Kyoto, Japan Julian Dorado de la Calle --- University of A Corunha Marco Dorigo --- Universite' Libre de Bruxelles Dimitris C. Dracopoulos --- Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon Rolf Drechsler --- University of Freiburg, Germany Bertrand Daniel Dunay --- System Dynamics International Garett Dworman --- The Wharton School Andrew N. Edmonds --- Science in Finance Ltd., UK H.H. Ehrenburg --- CWI, The Netherlands Rodolfo Faglia --- Universit di Brescia, Italy Gabriel J. Ferrer --- University of Virginia Nicholas Flann --- Utah State University Terry Fogarty --- Napier University James A. Foster --- University of Idaho Frank D. Francone --- FRISEC Adam P. Fraser --- University of Salford Matthias Fuchs --- University of Kaiserslautern Alex S. 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Genetic programming is an automatic programming technique for evolving computer programs that solve (or approximately solve) problems. Starting with a primordial ooze of thousands of randomly created computer programs, a population of programs is progressively evolved over many generations using the Darwinian principle of survival of the fittest, a sexual recombination operation, and occasional mutation.
The first annual genetic programming conference in 1996 featured 15 tutorials, 2 invited speakers, 3 parallel tracks, 73 papers, and 17 poster papers in proceedings book, and 27 late-breaking papers in a separate book distributed to conference attendees, and 288 attendees. A description of GP-96 appears in the October 1996 issue of Scientific American (http://www.sciam.com/WEB/1096issue/1096techbus3.html). This second annual conference in 1997 reflects the rapid growth of this field in which over 600 technical papers have been published since 1992. For August 5, 1996 article in E. E. Times on GP-96 conference and August 12, 1996 article in E. E Times on John Holland's invited speech at GP-96, go to http://www.techweb.com/search/search.html
Topics at the Second Annual Genetic Programming Conference to be held on July 13 - 16 (Sunday - Wednesday), 1997 at Stanford University include, but are not limited to, applications of genetic programming, theoretical foundations of genetic programming, implementation issues, technique extensions, cellular encoding, evolvable hardware, evolvable machine language programs, automated evolution of program architecture, evolution and use of mental models, automatic programming of multi-agent strategies, distributed artificial intelligence, auto-parallelization of algorithms, automated circuit synthesis, automatic programming of cellular automata, induction, system identification, control, automated design, data and image compression, image analysis, pattern recognition, molecular biology applications, grammar induction, and parallelization. Papers describing recent developments are also solicited in the following additional areas: genetic algorithms, classifier systems, evolutionary programming and evolution strategies, artificial life and evolutionary robotics, DNA computing, and evolvable hardware.
INVITED SPEAKERS: Ellen Goldberg, President, Santa Fe Institute Susumu Ohno, Ben Horowitz Chair of Distinguished Scientist in Theoretical Biology, Beckman Research Institute David B. Fogel, Chief Scientist, Natural Selection Inc., La Jolla, California and Editor-In-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation _______________________________________________________________________ SPECIAL PROGRAM CHAIRS The main focus of the conference (and most of the papers) will be on genetic programming. In addition, papers describing recent developments in the closely related areas will be reviewed and selected by special program committees appointed and supervised by the following special program chairs. ___ Genetic Algorithms: Kalyanmoy Deb, Indian Inst of Tech - Kanpur, India ___ Classifier Systems: Rick L. Riolo, University of Michigan ___ Evolutionary Programming and Evolution Strategies: David B. Fogel, Natural Selection Inc, San Diego ___ Artificial Life and Evolutionary Robotics: Marco Dorigo, Universite Libre de Bruxelles ___ DNA Computing: Max Garzon, University of Memphis ___ Evolvable Hardware: Hitoshi Iba, Electrotechnical Laboratory, Japan _______________________________________________________________________
GENERAL CHAIR: John Koza, Stanford University PUBLICITY CHAIR: Patrick Tufts, Brandeis University EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: David Andre, Forrest H Bennett III, Jason Lohn
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE GP-97 CONFERENCE: See the GP-97 home page on the World Wide Web: http://www.cs.brandeis.edu/~zippy/gp-97.html. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. PHONE: 415-328-3123. FAX: 415-321-4457. The conference is operated by Genetic Programming Conferences, Inc. (a California not-for- profit corporation).
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