GPEM special issue Progress in Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines


The tenth anniversary special issue of the journal Genetic Programming and Evolvable Hardware (GPEM) looks back at past progress and future possibilities in this amazing area of computer science and machine intelligence. The issue includes a review of human-competitive results obtained via genetic programming and many other interesting articles. The special issue can be downloaded for free here until the end of July.

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  1. Methods for artificial evolution of active components are rapidly developing branches of adaptive computation and adaptive engineering. They entail the development, evaluation and application of methods that mirror the process of neo-Darwinian evolution. Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines reports innovative and significant progress in automatic evolution of software and hardware. It features both theoretical and application papers and covers hardware implementations, artificial life, molecular computing and emergent computation techniques.In addition to its main topics, the journal covers related topics such as evolutionary algorithms with variable-size genomes, alternate methods of program induction, approaches to engineering systems development based on embryology, morphogenesis or other techniques inspired by adaptive natural systems.