Genetic Algorithms and Their Applications: "Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Genetic Algorithms : July 28-31, 1987 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Ma"

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GENETIC ALGORITHMS
AND THEIR APPLICATIONS:

Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Genetic Algorithms

July 28-31, 1987
at the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA

Sponsored By
American Association for Artificial Intelligence
Naval Research Laboratory
Bolt Beranek and Newman, Inc.

John J. Grefenstette
Naval Research Laboratory
Editor

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS
1987 Hillsdale, New Jersey Hove and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Acknowledgements iii
  • Conference Program v
  • Finite Markov Chain Analysis of Genetic Algorithms 1
  • Introduction 1
  • Conclusions 8
  • Acknowledgements 8
  • References 8
  • An Analysis of Reproduction and Crossover in a Binary-Coded Genetic Algorithm 9
  • Introduction 9
  • Conclusions 12
  • References 12
  • Reducing Bias and Inefficiency in the Selection Algorithm 14
  • Abstract 14
  • References 18
  • Altruism in the Bucket BrigaĎe 22
  • 8. Conclusions 26
  • Schema Recombination in a Pattern Recognition Problem 27
  • Abstract 27
  • References 35
  • An Adaptive Crossover Distribution Mechanism for Genetic Algorithms 36
  • Abstract 36
  • References 40
  • Genetic Algorithms with Sharing for Multimodal Function Optimization 41
  • Introduction 41
  • Conclusion 48
  • References 48
  • The Argot Strategy: Adaptive Representation Genetic Optimizer Technique 50
  • Section: 4. Acknowledgements 54
  • Section: 5. References 54
  • Nonstationary Function Optimization Using Genetic Algorithms with Dominance and Diploidy 59
  • Introduction 59
  • Conclusions 68
  • Genetic Operators for High-Level Knowledge Representations 69
  • Abstract 69
  • 6. References 76
  • Tree Structured Rules in Genetic Algorithms 77
  • Introduction 77
  • Bibliography 81
  • Genetic Algorithms and Classifier Systems Foundations and Future Directions 82
  • Abstract 82
  • Appendix. 89
  • References. 89
  • Greedy Genetics 90
  • Introduction 90
  • References 98
  • Incorporating Heuristic Information into Genetic Search 100
  • Abstract 100
  • 6. References 104
  • Appendix 2 106
  • Using Reproductive Evaluation to Improve Genetic Search and Heuristic Discovery 108
  • Introduction 108
  • Conclusions 115
  • References 115
  • Toward a Unified Thermodynamic Genetic Operator 116
  • Introduction 116
  • Conclusion 121
  • Appendix 121
  • References 122
  • Towards the Evolution of Symbols 123
  • Abstract 123
  • Supergran: A Connectionist Approach to Learning, Integrating Genetic Algorithms and Graph Induction 132
  • Introduction 132
  • References 139
  • Parallel Implementation of Genetic Algorithms in a Classifier System 140
  • Abstract 140
  • Summary 145
  • References 145
  • Punctuated Equilibria: A Parallel Genetic Algorithm 148
  • Introduction 148
  • References 154
  • A Parallel Genetic Algorithm 155
  • Abstract 155
  • References 157
  • Genetic Learning Procedures in Distributed Environments 162
  • Abstract 162
  • References 169
  • Parallelisation of Probabilistic Sequential Search Algorithms 170
  • Abstract 170
  • References 173
  • Parallel Genetic Algorithm for a Hypercube 177
  • Abstract 177
  • References 182
  • Bucket Brigade Performance: I. Long Sequences of Classifiers 184
  • Abstract 184
  • References 195
  • Bucket Brigade Performance: Ii. Default Hierarchies 196
  • Abstract 196
  • References 201
  • Multilevel Credit Assignment in a Genetic Learning System 202
  • Abstract 202
  • Acknowledgements 206
  • On Using Genetic Algorithms to Search Program Spaces 210
  • A Genetic System for Learning Models of Consumer Choice 217
  • Abstract 217
  • References 222
  • A Study of Permutation Crossover Operators on the Traveling Salesman Problem 224
  • Introduction 224
  • Summary 229
  • Notes 229
  • References 230
  • A Classifier-Based for Discovering Scheduling Heuristics 231
  • Abstract 231
  • Conclusions 234
  • References 235
  • Using the Genetic Algorithm to Generate Lisp Source Code to Solve the Prisoner's Dilemma 236
  • Introduction 236
  • Bibliography 239
  • Bibliography 240
  • Optimal Determination of User-Oriented Clusters: an Application for the Reproductive Plan 241
  • References 245
  • The Genetic Algorithm and Biological Development 247
  • Abstract 247
  • References 251
  • Genetic Algorithms and Communication Link Speed Design: Theoretical Considerations 252
  • Introduction 252
  • Conclusion 256
  • Genetic Algorithms and Communication Link Speed Design: Constraints and Operators 257
  • Introduction 257
  • Conclusion 260
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