Applications of Evolutionary Computing: Evoworkshops: EvoBIO, EvoCOMNET, EvoHot, EvoIASP, EvoMUSART, and EvoSTOC / Edition 1

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed joint proceedings of six workshops on evolutionary computing, EvoWorkshops 2005, held in Lausanne, Switzerland in March/April 2005.

The 56 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 143 submissions. In accordance with the six workshops covered, the papers are organized in topical sections on evolutionary bioinformatics; evolutionary computing in communications, networks, and connected systems; hardware optimization techniques; evolutionary computation in image analysis and signal processing; evolutionary music and art; and evolutionary algorithms in shastic and dynamic environments.

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Evolutionary biclustering of microarray data 1
A fuzzy viterbi algorithm for improved sequence alignment and searching of proteins 11
Tabu search method for determining sequences of amino acids in long polypeptides 22
Order preserving clustering over multiple time course experiments 33
Can neural network constraints in GP provide power to detect genes associated with human disease? 44
A class of pareto archived evolution strategy algorithms using immune inspired operators for ab-initio protein structure prediction 54
Neural networks and temporal gene expression data 64
Bayesian learning with local support vector machines for cancer classification with gene expression data 74
Genes related with Alzheimer's disease : a comparison of evolutionary search, statistical and integer programming approaches 84
Syntactic approach to predict membrane spanning regions of transmembrane proteins 95
An evolutionary approach for motif discovery and transmembrane protein classification 105
Differential evolution and its application to metabolic flux analysis 115
GEMPLS : a new QSAR method combining generic evolutionary method and partial least squares 125
A performance evaluation framework for nature inspired routing algorithms 136
Empirical models based on hybrid intelligent systems for assessing the reliability of complex networks 147
A study of an iterated local search on the reliable communication networks design problem 156
Unsupervised anomaly detection based on an evolutionary artificial immune network 166
Evolutionary algorithms for location area management 175
Evolutionary design of gate-level polymorphic digital circuits 185
A biological development model for the design of robust multiplier 195
Automatic completion and refinement of verification sets for microprocessor cores 205
A genetic algorithm for VLSI floorplanning using O-tree representation 215
Evolving reversible circuits for the even-parity problem 225
Counter-based ant colony optimization as a hardware-oriented meta-heuristic 235
Use of an evolutionary tool for antenna array synthesis 245
A coevolutionary approach for clustering with feature weighting application to image analysis 254
A new evolutionary algorithm for image segmentation 264
An interactive EA for multifractal bayesian denoising 274
Object detection for computer vision using a robust genetic algorithm 284
An evolutionary infection algorithm for dense stereo correspondence 294
Automatic image enhancement driven by evolution based on ridgelet frame in the presence of noise 304
Practical evaluation of efficient fitness functions for binary images 314
Selective SVMs ensemble driven by immune clonal algorithm 325
Sensory-motor coordination in gaze control 334
Region merging for severe oversegmented images using a hierarchical social metaheuristic 345
Automated photogrammetric network design using the parisian approach 356
Design of fast multidimensional filters using genetic algorithms 366
Genetic-fuzzy optimization algorithm for adaptive learning of human vocalization in robotics 376
Evolving parameters of surveillance video systems for non-overfitted learning 386
A multistage approach to cooperatively coevolving feature construction and object detection 396
An implicit context representation for evolving image processing filters 407
Learning weights in genetic programs using gradient descent for object recognition 417
Open problems in evolutionary music and art 428
Genetic paint : a search for salient paintings 437
Artificial life, death and epidemics in evolutionary, generative electronic art 448
The electric sheep screen-saver : a case study in aesthetic evolution 458
Swarm tech-tiles 468
Evolutionary methods for ant colony paintings 478
Evolutionary search for musical parallelism 488
Developing fitness functions for pleasant music : Zipf's law and interactive evolution systems 498
Understanding expressive music performance using genetic algorithms 508
Toward user-directed evolution of sound synthesis parameters 517
Playing in the pheromone playground : experiences in swarm painting 527
Convergence synthesis of dynamic frequency modulation tones using an evolution strategy 533
Granular sampling using a pulse-coupled network of spiking neurons 539
Growing music : musical interpretations of L-systems 545
Exploring rhythmic automata 551
Extra-music(ologic)al models for algorithmic composition 557
The memory indexing evolutionary algorithm for dynamic environments 563
Dynamic decentralized packet clustering in networks 574
MOEA-based approach to delayed decisions for robust conceptual design 584
Unified particle swarm optimization in dynamic environments 590
Shaky ladders, hyperplane-defined functions and genetic algorithms : systematic controlled observation in dynamic environments 600
A hierarchical evolutionary algorithm with noisy fitness in structural optimization problems 610
Assortative mating in genetic algorithms for dynamic problems 617
A hybrid approach based on evolutionary strategies and interval arithmetic to perform robust designs 623
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