Genetic Programming Bibliography entries for Russell K Standish

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Genetic Programming Articles by Russell K Standish

Genetic Programming Conference proceedings edited by Russell K Standish

Genetic Programming conference papers by Russell K Standish

  1. Russell K. Standish. The influence of parsimony and randomness on complexity growth in Tierra. In Mark Bedau and Phil Husbands and Tim Hutton and Sanjeev Kumar and Hideaki Sizuki editors, Workshop and Tutorial Proceedings Ninth International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems(Alife XI), pages 51-55, Boston, Massachusetts, 2004. Artificial Chemistry and its applications workshop. details

  2. Russell K. Standish. Tierra's missing neutrality: case solved. In Jordan Pollack and Mark Bedau and Phil Husbands and Takashi Ikegami and Richard A. Watson editors, Proceedings of the ninth international conference on the simulation and synthesis of living systems (Artificial Life IX), page 364, Boston, Massachusetts, 2004. MIT Press. details

  3. Russell K. Standish and John Galloway. Visualising Tierra's tree of life using Netmap. In Eleanora Bilotta and Dominique Gross and Tom Smith and Tom Lenaerts and Seth Bullock and Henrik Hautup Lund and Jon Bird and Richard Watson and Pietro Pantano and Luigi Pagliarini and Hussein Abbass and Russell Standish and Mark Bedau editors, ALife VIII Workshop proceedings, pages 171-175, Sydney, Australia, 2002. details

  4. Russell K. Standish. Some Techniques for the Measurement of Complexity in Tierra. In Dario Floreano and Jean-Daniel Nicoud and Francesco Mondada editors, Advances in Artificial Life: 5th European Conference, ECAL 99, volume 1674, pages 104-108, 1999. Springer. details