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Genetic Programming Theory and Practice XI 9 -11 May 2013

2013 saw the continuation of the Genetic Programming Theory and Practice Annual workshop at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

The following Contributors and Talks were presented:

Extreme Accuracy in Symbolic Regression   Michael F. Korns

Exploiting Interestingness in a Computational Evolution System for the Genome-Wide
Geneitc Analysis of Alzheimer's Disease  Jason H. Moore,  Douglas P. Hill, Andrew Saykin, Li Shen

Optimizing a Cloud contract portfolio using Genetic Programming-based Load Models Sean Stijven, Ruben Van den Bossche, Katya Vladislavleva, Kurt Vanmechelen, Jan Broeckhove and Mark Kotanchek, Wouter Minnebo

Maintenance of a Long Running Distributed Genetic Programming System for Solving Problems Requiring Big Data  Babak Hodjat, Erik Hemberg, Hormoz Shahrzad and Una-May O’Reilly

Towards a Different Kind of GP-Benchmarks: Conceptual Problems in the Automated Design of Self-Assembling and Self-Organising Systems  German Terrazas, Steven Gustafson and Natalio Krasnogor

Grounded Simulation:  Using Simulated Evolution to guide Emodied Evolution Conor Ryan and Joe Sullivan and Barry Fitzgerald 

Applying Genetic Programming in Business Forecasting  Arthur Kordon

Explaining Unemployment Rates with Symbolic Regression  Philip Truscott and
Michael F. Korns

Uniform Linear Transformation with Repair and Alternation in Genetic Programming
Lee Spector and Thomas Helmuth
A Deterministic and Symbolic Regression Hybrid Applied to Resting-State fMRI data  
Ilknur Icke, Nicholas A. Allgaier, Christopher M. Danforth, Robert A Whelan, Hugh P. Garavan, Joshua C. Bongard and IMAGEN Consortium

Gaining Deeper Insights in Symbolic Regression  Michael Affenzeller, Stephan Winkler, Gabriel Kronberger, Michael Kommenda, Bogdan Burlacu and Stefan Wagner

Geometric Semantic Genetic Programming for Real Life Applications  Leonardo Vanneschi, Sara Silva, Mauro Castelli and Luca Manzoni

Evaluation of parameter contribution to neural network size and fitness in ATHENA for
genetic analysis  Ruowang Li, Emily R. Holzinger, Scott M. Dudek, Marylyn D. Ritchie


This workshop received support from the following sources:

The Center for the Study of Complex Systems
John Koza, Third Millennium Venture Capital Limited
Michael Korns and Gilda Cabral
Mark Kotanchek, Evolved Analytics
Jason Moore, Computational Genetics Laboratory at Dartmouth College
Babak Hodjat and Genetic Finance LLC


Organizers and Book Editors:

Rick Riolo Center for the Study of Complex Systems Ann Arbor, MI

Jason Moore Institute for Quantitive Biomedical Sciences  Dartmouth Medical School  Lebanon, NH

Mark Kotanchek  Evolved Analytics  Midland MI


The book is available by contacting

Genetic Programming Theory and Practice XI
ISSN 1932-0167
ISBN 978-1-4939-0375-7 ISBN 978-1-4939-0375-7 (eBook)
DOI 10.1007/978-1-4939-0375-7
Springer New York Heidelberg Dordrecht London
Library of Congress Control Number:  2014934666

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