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Artificial immune systems: proceedings of the 2nd international conference.

Conference Proceeding
(2002)
Artificial immune systems: proceedings of the 2nd international conference. In E. Hart, J. Timmis, P. Bentley, & P. J. Bentley (Eds.), Artificial Immune Systems: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference,doi:10.1007/b12020
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Conference on Artificial Immune Systems, ICARIS 2003, held in Edinburgh, UK in September 2003

Exploiting the analogy between immunology and sparse distributed memory.

Conference Proceeding
Hart, E., & Ross, P. (2001)
Exploiting the analogy between immunology and sparse distributed memory. In J. Timmis, & P. J. Bentley (Eds.), ICARIS 2002 : 1st International Conference on Artificial Immune Systems, 59-67
The relationship between immunological memory and a class of associative memories known as sparse distributed memories (SDM) is well known. This paper proposes a new model for...

Clustering Moving Data with a Modified Immune Algorithm

Conference Proceeding
Hart, E., & Ross, P. (2001)
Clustering Moving Data with a Modified Immune Algorithm. In E. Boers (Ed.), Applications of Evolutionary Computing, 394-403. https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-45365-2_41
In this paper we present a prototype of a new model for performing clustering in large, non-static databases. Although many machine learning algorithms for data clustering hav...

Real-world applications of evolutionary computing

Conference Proceeding
Cagnoni, S., Poli, R., Smith, G. D., Corne, D., Oates, M., Hart, E., …Fogarty, T. C. (2000)
Real-world applications of evolutionary computing. In Proceedings of EvoWorkshops 2000
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of six workshops on evolutionary computation held concurrently as EvoWorkshops 2000 in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, in April 2000. T...

Enhancing the performance of a GA through visualisation.

Conference Proceeding
Hart, E., & Ross, P. (1999)
Enhancing the performance of a GA through visualisation. In Proceedings of GECCO-2000
This article describes a new tool for visualising genetic algorithms, (GAs) which is designed in order to allow the implicit mechanisms of the GA | i.e. crossover and mutation...

An immune system approach to scheduling in changing environments.

Conference Proceeding
Hart, E., & Ross, P. (1998)
An immune system approach to scheduling in changing environments. In W. Banzhaf, J. M. Daida, A. E. Eiben, M. H. Garzon, V. Honavar, M. Jakiela, & R. E. Smith (Eds.), GECCO-99 : proceedings of the genetic and evolutionary computation conference. Volume 2, 1559-1566
This paper describes the application of an artificial immune system, (AIS), model to a scheduling application, in which sudden changes in the scheduling environment require th...

Producing robust schedules via an artificial immune system.

Conference Proceeding
Hart, E., Ross, P., & Nelson, J. (1998)
Producing robust schedules via an artificial immune system. In Proceedings of International Conference on Evolutionary Computing, 464-469. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICEC.1998.699852
This paper describes an artificial immune system (AIS) approach to producing robust schedules for a dynamic jobshop scheduling problem in which jobs arrive continually, and th...

Some observations about GA-based exam timetabling.

Conference Proceeding
Ross, P., Hart, E., & Corne, D. (1998)
Some observations about GA-based exam timetabling. In E. Burke, & M. Carter (Eds.), Practice and Theory of Automated Timetabling II. , (115-129
Although many people have tried using genetic algorithms (GAs) for exam timetabling, far fewer have done systematic investigations to try to determine whether a GA is a good c...

A comparison of dominance mechanisms and simple mutation on non-stationary problems.

Conference Proceeding
Lewis, J., Hart, E., & Ritchie, G. (1998)
A comparison of dominance mechanisms and simple mutation on non-stationary problems. In Parallel Problem Solving from Nature-PPSN V. , (139-148). https://doi.org/10.1007/BFb0056857
It is sometimes claimed that genetic algorithms using diploid representations will be more suitable for problems in which the environment changes from time to time, as the add...