CAVES researchers have 3 papers accepted at GECCO 2017
Members of the CAVES research group have 3 papers accepted at the world's leading conference on Evolutionary Computing. GECCO 2017 will be held in Berlin from 15-19th July 2017.

Accepted papers are:

Real World Applications Track:

Evolving Solution Choice and Decision Support for a Real-World Optimisation Problem. Neil Urquhart and Achille Fonzone

A Hybrid Method for Feature Construction and Selection to Improve Wind-Damage Prediction in the Forestry Sector. Emma Hart, Kevin Sim, Barry Gardiner, Kana Kamimura

Complex Systems TracK
An Investigation of Environmental Influence on the Benefits of Adaptation Mechanisms in Evolutionary Swarm Robotics. Andreas Steyven, Emma Hart, Ben Paechter

Date posted

15 July 2017