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Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO-2003)







CONFERENCE PROGRAM


Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference

July 12 – 16, 2003


Holiday Inn Mart Plaza

Chicago, Illinois, USA


A Recombination of the Eighth Annual Genetic Programming Conference and the Twelfth International Conference on Genetic Algorithms


International Society for Genetic and Evolutionary Computation, Inc.

In Association with the American Association for Artificial Intelligence

Table of Contents




GECCO Organizers 3


Program Committee 4

Best Paper Awards 5

About the Evolutionary Computation in Industry Track 6

Saturday Workshops Schedule 7

Sunday Tutorials Schedule 9


Monday Sessions Schedule 11

Tuesday Sessions Schedule 17

Wednesday Sessions Schedule 23

Registration Times



Sunday – Tuesday, July 13-15: 7:30 – 17:00, Wednesday, July 16: 7:30 – 12:00

The registration will take place in the foyer on the 14th Floor. The staff at the registration desk will happily answer any questions you may have about the conference.

Exhibits



Visit exciting exhibits from these and other vendors.


  • Kluwer Academic Publishers

  • Springer Verlag

  • Sun Microsystems

  • EvoNet

  • Applied AI Systems, Inc.

All exhibits will be located in the foyer on the 14th
Floor. Exhibition times are 13:00 – 17:30 on Saturday, July 12; 8:30 – 17:30 Sunday through Tuesday, July 13-15; and from 8:30 – 13:30 on Wednesday, July 16 (or as posted in the foyer on the 14th Floor).


Instructions for Presenters and Session Chairs:



Talks in the regular technical sessions, Monday through Wednesday, are scheduled for 30 minutes. This includes 20 minutes of presentation and 10 minutes of questions. Late Breaking Paper (LBP) talks should take no more than 10 minutes total (7 minutes of presentation with 3 minutes of questions). Set-up of necessary presentation equipment should be calculated into the allotted presentation time.

The duties of session chairs are: Keep the session on schedule, introduce speakers, and moderate the question portion. Session chairs should arrive a few minutes early to check on room and equipment set-up. Please let conference organizers know immediately if problems arise or adjustments are needed. Please adhere to the scheduled order of talks as well as presentation times. If a speaker is absent, we ask you to announce a short break until the next presentation is due to start. Do not start early, as participants may be moving between sessions/presentations. Out of consideration for other speakers and all participants, please stay on schedule. If a session is without a chair, we ask the last scheduled speaker to perform those duties.


Special Note: Monday, GA Theory 1 and RWA Learning will be from 10:00 – 11:10, and GA Theory 2 and RWA Vision & Learning will be from 13:45 – 14:30 in the Sauganash Ballroom. Theses changes allow organizers set-up time for the Kluwer No Free Lunch lunch.

GECCO-2003 Organizers




International Society for Genetic and Evolutionary Computation, Inc.



In association with the American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), 445 Burgess Drive, Menlo Park, CA 94025


Conference Chair
: James A. Foster

Proceedings Editor-in-chief
: Erick Cantú-Paz

Business committee: David E. Goldberg and John Koza


Workshops chair
: Alwyn Barry

Graduate Student Workshop: Maarten Keijzer, Sean Luke, Terry Riopka


ISGEC Bylaws establish Program Policy Committees drawn from EC editors and book authors in six areas: Genetic Algorithms, Genetic Programming, Evolution Strategies and Evolutionary Programming, Learning Classifier Systems, Evolvable Hardware, and Real World Applications. Chairs of these committees are also chairs of corresponding GECCO tracks. Additional tracks are operated by Special Program Committees, chaired by the track chair.


Program and Policy Committee Chairs


Genetic Algorithms

Kalyanmoy Deb (chair), David Coley, Rolf Drechsler, David E. Goldberg, John Holland, Sam Kwong, Zbigniew Michalewicz, Frederick Petry, Wallace Tang, Michael Vose

Genetic Programming

Una-May O’Reilly (chair), David Andre, Vladan Babovic, Wolfgang Banzhaf, James A. Foster, Hitoshi Iba, Christian Jacob, Robert E. Keller, John Koza, Riccardo Poli, Man Leung Wong

Real-World Applications

David Davis & Rajkumar Roy (chairs), Peter Bentley, Lance Chambers, Dipankar Dasgupta, Francisco Herrera, Witold Pedrycz, Elisabeth Rudnick, Jose Luis Verdegay

Artifical Immune Systems

Dipankar Dasgupta

Evolution Strategies and Evolutionary Programming

Hans-Georg Beyer (chair), Palmen Angelov, Günter Rudolph

Search Based Software Engineering

Mark Harman & Joachim Wegner

A-Life, Adaptive Behavior, Agents, and Ant Colony Optimization

Russell Standish (chair)

Learning Classifier Systems

Stewart Wilson (chair), Larry Bull

DNA, Molecular, and Quantum Computing


Natasha Jonoska (chair)

Evolvable Hardware

Julian Miller (chair), Moshe Sipper, Adrian Thompson

Evolutionary Robotics

Mitchell A. Potter & Alan C. Schultz (chairs)

Evolutionary Scheduling and Routing

Kathryn A. Downsland (chair)

Coevolution

Graham Kendall




Late Breaking Papers Chair: Bart Rylander

Student Housing Representative: Ashley Morris

Administrative Assistance: Carol Hamilton, Elizabeth Ericson, Ann Stolberg

Support for Student Travel Donated by:

Air Force Office of Scientific Research Philips Research

Navy Center for Applied Research in Artificial Intelligence Sun Microsystems

National Science Foundation New Light Industries

DaimlerChrysler



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