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found 9 matches
- Léo Françoso Dal Piccol Sotto, Vinícius Veloso de Melo, Márcio P. Basgalupp:
An improved λ-linear genetic programming evaluated in solving the Santa Fe ant trail problem. SAC 2016: 103-108
- Paulo Urbano, Loukas Georgiou:
Improving Grammatical Evolution in Santa Fe Trail using Novelty Search. ECAL 2013: 917-924
- John A. Doucette, Malcolm I. Heywood:
Novelty-Based Fitness: An Evaluation under the Santa Fe Trail. EuroGP 2010: 50-61
- Loukas Georgiou, William John Teahan:
Grammatical Evolution and the Santa Fe Trail Problem. IJCCI (ICEC) 2010: 10-19
- Takuya Kuroda, Hiroto Iwasawa, Tewodros Awgichew, Eisuke Kita:
Application of Improved Grammatical Evolution to Santa Fe Trail Problems. IWNC 2009: 218-225
- Zuzana Oplatková, Ivan Zelinka:
Santa Fe Trail for Artificial Ant with Analytic Programming and Three Evolutionary Algorithms. Asia International Conference on Modelling and Simulation 2007: 334-339
- Steffen Christensen, Franz Oppacher:
Solving the artificial ant on the Santa Fe trail problem in 20, 696 fitness evaluations. GECCO 2007: 1574-1579
- Denis Robilliard, Sébastien Mahler, Dominique Verhaghe, Cyril Fonlupt:
Santa Fe Trail Hazards. Artificial Evolution 2005: 1-12
- Cezary Z. Janikow, Christopher J. Mann:
CGP visits the Santa Fe trail: effects of heuristics on GP. GECCO 2005: 1697-1704
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