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Use of machine learning techniques to model wind damage to forests

Journal Article
Hart, E., Sim, K., Kamimura, K., Meredieu, C., Guyon, D., & Gardiner, B. (2019)
Use of machine learning techniques to model wind damage to forests. Agricultural and forest meteorology, 265, 16-29. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agrformet.2018.10.022
This paper tested the ability of machine learning techniques, namely artificial neural networks and random forests, to predict the individual trees within a forest most at r...

Emergence of hierarchy from the evolution of individual influence in an agent-based model

Conference Proceeding
Perret, C., Powers, S. T., & Hart, E. (2017)
Emergence of hierarchy from the evolution of individual influence in an agent-based model. In Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Artificial Life 2017, (348-355
The sudden transition from egalitarian groups to hierarchical societies that occurred with the origin of agriculture is one of the most striking features of the evolution of h...

Collaborative Diffusion on the GPU for Path-Finding in Games

Conference Proceeding
McMillan, C., Hart, E., & Chalmers, K. (2015)
Collaborative Diffusion on the GPU for Path-Finding in Games. In A. M. Mora, & G. Squillero (Eds.), Applications of Evolutionary Computation; Lecture Notes in Computer Science, (418-429). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-16549-3_34
Exploiting the powerful processing power available on the GPU in many machines, we investigate the performance of parallelised versions of pathfinding algorithms in typical ga...

General and craniofacial development are complex adaptive processes influenced by diversity

Journal Article
Hart, E., Brook, A. H., Brook-O'Donnell, M., Hone, A., Hughes, T., & Smith, R. (2014)
General and craniofacial development are complex adaptive processes influenced by diversity. Australian Dental Journal, 59(S1), 13-22. https://doi.org/10.1111/adj.12158
Complex systems are present in such diverse areas as social systems, economies, ecosystems and Biology and, therefore, are highly relevant to dental research, education and pr...

Planning and optimising organisational travel plans using an evolutionary algorithm.

Conference Proceeding
Urquhart, N. B. (2011)
Planning and optimising organisational travel plans using an evolutionary algorithm. In C. Chio, A. Brabazon, G. A. Caro, R. Drechsler, M. Farooq, J. Grahl, …G. Squillero (Eds.), Applications of Evolutionary Computation, (464-470). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-20520-0_47
Commuting to the workplace is a highly individualistic experience, especially where the private car is the chosen mode of transport. The costs of using cars with low occupancy...

Building low CO2 solutions to the vehicle routing problem with time windows using an evolutionary algorithm.

Conference Proceeding
Urquhart, N. B., Hart, E., & Scott, C. (2010)
Building low CO2 solutions to the vehicle routing problem with time windows using an evolutionary algorithm. In IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computationhttps://doi.org/10.1109/CEC.2010.5586088
An evolutionary Multi-Objective Algorithm (MOA) is used to investigate the trade-off between CO2 savings, distance and number of vehicles used in a typical vehicle routing pro...

Application areas of AIS: The past, the present and the future

Journal Article
Hart, E., & Timmis, J. (2008)
Application areas of AIS: The past, the present and the future. Applied Soft Computing, 8(1), 191-201. doi:10.1016/j.asoc.2006.12.004
After a decade of research into the area of artificial immune systems, it is worthwhile to take a step back and reflect on the contributions that the paradigm has brought to t...

Finding feasible timetables using group-based operators.

Journal Article
Lewis, R. M. R. & Paechter, B. (2007)
Finding feasible timetables using group-based operators. IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation. 11, 397-413. doi:10.1109/TEVC.2006.885162. ISSN 1089-778X
This paper describes the applicability of the so-called "grouping genetic algorithm" to a well-known version of the university course timetabling problem. We note that there a...