Thesis genetic algorithm 2008

In the first competition in 2004, there were 11 entries. The entries employed various types of algorithms, including genetic algorithms (GA), genetic programming (GP), or genetic learning classifier systems (LCS). The judges were Wolfgang Banzhaf, David E. Goldberg, Erik D. Goodman, Riccardo Poli, and John R. Koza. On June 27, 2004, a session was held at the 2004 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO-2004) in Seattle to hear 11 presentations concerning results that were claimed to be "human-competitive." After the 11 presentations, the 2004 judging committee met and considered all the entries. The committee judged 6 of the 11 results to be "human-competitive." The judging committee recognized the following levels of achievement among the 6 entries judged to be "human-competitive: Gold, Silver, and Bronze. The judges also awarded Merit and Honorable Mention for the remaining 5 entries (which we were not considered "human competitive). The judging committee awarded prizes totaling $5,000 for the 6 entries judged to be "human-competitive" and $500 to remaining 5 entries. The prizes were awarded at the plenary sessions on Wednesday June 30, 2004 at the GECCO-2004 conference. See 2004 Call for Entries ,

Thesis genetic algorithm 2008

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