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Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO-2004)

CONFERENCE PROGRAM



June 26 – 30, 2004

Red Lion Hotel on Fifth Avenue

Seattle, Washington, USA

A Recombination of the Ninth Annual Genetic Programming Conference and the Thirteenth 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 2

Program Committee 3

Best Paper Awards 4

About the Evolutionary Computation in Industry Track 5

Hotel Floor Plan 5

Saturday Workshops and Tutorials 6

Sunday Workshops, Tutorials and Human-competitive Results 9

Monday Sessions 12

Tuesday Sessions 20

Wednesday Sessions 31

Registration Times

Friday, June 25:17:00–19:00; Saturday, June 26:7:00–17:00; Sunday, June 27:7:30–17:00; Monday – Tuesday, June 28–29: 8:00–17:00; Wednesday, June 30: 8:00–12:00. The registration will take place in the foyer on the 3rd Floor.

Exhibits

Visit the exciting exhibits from Kluwer Academic Publishers and Springer Verlaglocated in the foyer on the 3rd Floor. Exhibition times are 13:00 – 17:30 on Saturday, June 26; 8:30 – 17:30 Sunday through Tuesday, June 27–29; and 8:30 – 13:30 on Wednesday, June 30 (or as posted in the foyer on the 3rd Floor).

Instructions for Presenters and Session Chairs

Talks in the regular technical sessions, Monday through Wednesday, are scheduled for 25 minutes. This includes 20 minutes of presentation and 5 minutes of questions. Late Breaking Paper (LBP) talks should take no more than 15 minutes total (12 minutes of presentation with 3 minutes of questions). Set-up of necessary presentation equipment should be calculated into the allotted presentation time. Posters set-up time is Tuesday June 29: 14:00–17:00. The poster boards are fabric-covered, 4'×6' (1.22m×1.83m), landscape. Push pins and Velcro will be provided.

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.

If a session is without a chair, we ask the last scheduled speaker to perform those duties.

Wireless Internet and Chat Room

Wireless (802.11b) internet is available free for all GECCO attendees throughout the Red Lion hotel (wired high-speed internet is also available in guest rooms), but you need to have your own laptop. If you have wireless Internet installed, your laptop will find the Red Lion network. Open your Web browser and you are in. If your laptop does not have a wireless card you may be able to borrow one from the GECCO registration desk or from the front desk.

Emerald III will be available throughout the conference as an area where you can use your laptop without disturbing presentations or where people can meet and talk (poster paper and easels are available for you to use while you chat).

GECCO-2004 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: Riccardo Poli

Proceedings Editor-in-chief: Kalyanmoy Deb

Business committee: David E. Goldberg, John R. Koza and Riccardo Poli

Workshops chair: Stefano Cagnoni

Competitions chair: Simon Lucas

Local arrangments chair: Mike Cattolico

Publicity chair: John Koza

Late–breaking Papers (LBP) Chair: Maarten Keijzer

Evolutionary computation in industry (ECI): David Davis, Rajkumar Roy and Mark Jakiela

Graduate Student Workshop: Terry Riopka

Program Tracks and Chairs:

Genetic Programming (GP): Lee Spector
Genetic Algorithms (GA): Dirk Thierens
Evolution Strategies, Evolutionary Programming (ES): Hans-Georg Beyer
Real World Applications (RWA): Andrea Tettamanzi
Learning Classifier Systems (LCS): Pier Luca Lanzi
Evolvable Hardware (EHard): Andy Tyrrell
Biological Applications (BioApp): James A. Foster and Wolfgang Banzhaf
A-Life, Adaptive Behavior, Agents and Ant Colony Optimization (AAAA): Owen Holland
Evolutionary Robotics (EvRob): Dario Floreano
Evolutionary Scheduling and Routing: Edmund Burke
Search Based Software Engineering (SBSE): Mark Harman
Coevolution (Coev): Paul Darwen
Artificial Immune Systems (AIS): Dipankar Dasgupta

Administrative Assistance: Ann Stolberg and Carol Hamilton

Support for Student Travel Donated by:

Tiger Mountain Scientific

Air Force Office of Scientific Research

Unilever

Philips Research

New Light Industries

Special thanks: Pat Cattolico, Erick-Cantu Paz, Erik Goodman, Alfred Hofmann, Gerardo Valencia, Caterina Cinel, the University of Essex.

Program Committee

Hussein Abbass

Andrew Adamatzky

Adam Adamopoulos

Alexandru Agapie

Jose Aguilar

Jesus Aguilar-Ruiz

Hernan Aguirre

Uwe Aickelin

Javier Alcaraz Soria

Lee Altenberg

Giuliano Antoniol

Shawki Areibi

Tughrul Arslan

Dan Ashlock

Anne Auger

R. Muhammad Atif Azad

B.V. Babu

Thomas Bäck

Karthik Balakrishnan

Gianluca Baldassarre

Julio Banga

Ranieri Baraglia

Alwyn Barry

Thomas Bartz-Beielstein

Cem Baydar

Theodore Belding

Fevzi Bell

Michael Bender

Peter Bentley

Aviv Bergman

Ester Bernado-Mansilla

Tim Blackwell

Jacek Blazewicz

Lashon Booker

Peter Bosman

Klaus Bothe

Leonardo Bottaci

Jürgen Branke

Wilker Bruce

Peter Brucker

Anthony Bucci

Bill P. Buckles

Dirk Bueche

Larry Bull

Martin Butz

Stefano Cagnoni

Xiaoqiang CAI

Alexandre Caminada

Erick Cantú-Paz

Nachol Chaiyaratana

Uday Chakraborty

Partha Chakroborty

Weng Tat Chan

Alastair Channon

Kumar Chellapilla

Shu-Heng Chen

Ying-ping Chen

Prabhas Chongstitvatana

John Clark

Maurice Clerc

André Coelho

Carlos Coello Coello

Myra Cohen

David Coley

Philippe Collard

Pierre Collet

Clare Congdon

David Corne

Luis Correia

Ernesto Costa

Carlos Cotta

Peter Cowling

Bart Craenen

Keshav Dahal

Rajarshi Das

Leandro de Castro

Patrick De Causmaecker

Ivanoe De Falco

Hugo de Garis

Edwin de Jong

David de la Fuente

Anthony Deakin

Kalyanmoy Deb

Myriam Delgado

Medha Dhurandhar

Ezequiel Di Paolo

Jose Javier Dolado Cosin

Keith Downing

Kath Dowsland

Gerry Dozier

Rolf Drechsler

Stefan Droste

Tim Edwards

Aniko Ekart

Mark Embrechts

Michael Emmerich

Maria Fasli

Francisco Fernandez

Bogdan Filipic

Peter Fleming

Stuart Flockton

Carlos Fonseca

James A. Foster

Alex Freitas

Clemens Frey

Christian Gagné

Luca Gambardella

Josep Maria Garrell-Guiu

Michel Gendreau

Pierre Gerard

Andreas Geyer-Schulz

Robert Ghanea-Hercock

Marco César Goldbarg

Faustino Gomez

Jonatan Gomez

Fabio Gonzalez

Tim Gosling

Jens Gottlieb

Buster Greene

Garrison Greenwood

Gary Greenwood

Michael Gribskov

Hans-Gerhard Gross

Steven Gustafson

Charlie Guthrie

Walter Gutjahr

Pauline Haddow

Hani Hagras

Hisashi Handa

Nikolaus Hansen

Dave Harris

Emma Hart

Inman Harvey

Jun He

Robert Heckendorn

Jeffrey Herrmann

Rob Hierons

David Hillis

Steven Hofmeyr

John Holmes

Jeffrey Horn

Daniel Howard

Jianjun Hu

Phil Husbands

Hitoshi Iba

Christian Igel

Auke Jan Ijspeert

Akio Ishiguro

Christian Jacob

Thomas Jansen

Yaochu Jin

Colin Johnson

Bryan Jones

Bryant Julstrom

Mahmoud Kaboudan

Sanza Kazadi

Maarten Keijzer

Douglas Kell

Graham Kendall

Mathias Kern

Didier Keymeulen

Joshua Knowles

Arthur Kordon

Bogdan Korel

Erkan Korkmaz

Petros Koumoutsakos

Tim Kovacs

Natalio Krasnogor

Krzysztof Krawiec

Kalmanje Krishnakumar

Renato Krohling

Gabriella KÛkai

Rajeev Kumar

Raymond Kwan

Sam Kwong

Han La Poutre

Shyong Lam

Gary Lamont

W. B. Langdon

Pedro Larranaga

Jesper Larsen

Claude Lattaud

Marco Laumanns

Claude Le Pape

Martin Lefley

Tom Lenaerts

K.S. Leung

Lukas Lichtensteiger

Anthony Liekens

Hod Lipson

Fernando Lobo

Jason Lohn

Michael Lones

Sushil Louis

Jose Lozano

Evelyne Lutton

Bob MacCallum

Nicholas Macias

Ana Madureira

Spiros Mancoridis

Vittorio Maniezzo

Elena Marchiori

Peter Martin

Andrew Martin

Alcherio Martinoli

Iwata Masaya

Shouichi Matsui

Dirk Mattfeld

Barry McCollum

Nic McPhee

Jörn Mehnen

Karlheinz Meier

Lawrence Merkle

Jean-Arcady Meyer

Christoph Michael

Zbigniew Michalewicz

Olivier Michel

Martin Middendorf

Stuart Middleton

Orazio Miglino

Julian Miller

Brian Mitchell

Chilukuri Mohan

Francesco Mondada

David Montana

Byung-Ro Moon

Frank Moore

Jason Moore

Alberto Moraglio

J. Manuel Moreno

Masaharu Munetomo

Hajime Murao

Kazuyuki Murase

Olfa Nasraoui

Bart Naudts

Norberto Eiji Nawa

Chrystopher Nehaniv

Miguel Nicolau

Fernando Nino

Stefano Nolfi

Peter Nordin

Bryan Norman

Cedric Notredame

Wim Nuijten

Una-May O'Reilly

Markus Olhofer

Sigaud Olivier

Michael ONeill

Ender Ozcan

Anil Patel

Shail Patel

Martin Pelikan

Carlos-Andrés Pena-Reyes

Francisco Pereira

Sanja Petrovic

Hartmut Pohlheim

Daniel Polani

Marie-Claude Portmann

Jean-Yves Potvin

Alexander Pretschner

Thomas Preuss

Mike Preuss

Adam Prugel-Bennett

Joao Pujol

Günther Raidl

Khaled Rasheed

Al Rashid

Thomas Ray

Tapabrata Ray

Victor Rayward-Smith

Patrick Reed

Richard Reeve

Colin Reeves

Marek Reformat

Andreas Reinholz

Rick Riolo

Jose Riquelme Santos

Marc Roper

Franz Rothlauf

Rajkumar Roy

Guenter Rudolph

Kazuhiro Saitou

Arthur Sanderson

Eugene Santos

Kumara Sastry

Yuji Sato

Thorsten Schnier

Marc Schoenauer

Sonia Schulenburg

Alan Schultz

Hans-Paul Schwefel

Mikhail Semenov

Sandip Sen

Bernhard Sendhoff

Kisung Seo

Martin Shepperd

Alaa Sheta

Richard Skalsky

Jim Smith

Don Sofge

Terry Soule

Pieter Spronck

Peter Stadler

Kenneth Stanley

Chris Stephens

Harmen Sthamer

Christopher Stone

Matthew Streeter

Thomas Stuetzle

Raj Subbu

Keiki Takadama

Kiyoshi Tanaka

Uwe Tangen

Alexander Tarakanov

Gianluca Tempesti

Sam Thangiah

Scott Thayer

Lothar Thiele

Jonathan Thompson

Jonathan Timmis

Jon Timmis

Ashutosh Tiwari

Marco Tomassini

Jim Torresen

Paolo Toth

Edward Tsang

Shigeyoshi Tsutsui

Supiya Ujjin

Steven van Dijk

Jano van Hemert

Frederik Vandecasteele

Greet Vanden Berghe

Leonardo Vanneschi

Robert Vanyi

Oswaldo Velez-Langs

J.L. Verdegay

Fernando Von Zuben

Roger Wainwright

Matthew Wall

Harold Wareham

Jean-Paul Watson

Everett Weber

Ingo Wegener

Karsten Weicker

Peter Whigham

Shimon Whiteson

Darrell Whitley

R. Wiegand

Stewart Wilson

Mark Wineberg

Alden Wright

Annie Wu

Zheng Wu

Jinn-Moon Yang

Tina Yu

Hongnian Yu

Ricardo Zebulum

Andreas Zell

Byoung-Tak Zhang

Gengui Zhou

Fan Zhun

Tom Ziemke

Lyudmilla Zinchenko

Eckart Zitzler

Best-Paper Awards

As part of the double-blind peer review, the 32 papers listed below were nominated for consideration for a best paper award. The winners of this award will be selected by secret vote by the registered attendees to the conference. For the voting, you should have received one ballot to elect the best papers with your registration package.

Papers compete in different categories according to the track to which they were submitted (e.g., GA papers compete only against other GA papers). Please vote for at most one paper in each category and place your ballot in the box at the registration desk by 6pm on Tuesday June 29.

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

Adaptive and Evolvable Network Services: Tadashi Nakano, Tatsuya Suda

Using Clustering Techniques to Improve the Performance of a Multi-Objective Particle Swarm: OptimizerGregorio Toscano Pulido, Carlos Coello Coello

An Interactive Artificial Ant Approach to Non-Photorealistic Rendering: Yann Semet, Una-May O'Reilly, Fredo Durand

Artificial Immune Systems

Vulnerability Analysis of Immunity-Based Intrusion Detection Systems Using Evolutionary Hackers: ackersGerry Dozier, Douglas Brown, Krystal Cain, John Hurley

Biological Applications

Genetic Programming Neural Networks as a Bioinformatics Tool for Human Genetics: Marylyn Ritchie, Christopher Coffey, Jason Moore

Fuzzy Dominance Based Multi-objective GA-Simplex Hybrid Algorithms Applied to Gene Net:work ModelsPraveen Koduru, Sanjoy Das, Stephen Welch, Judith L. Roe

Coevolution

Automated Extraction of Problem Structure: Anthony Bucci, Jordan Pollack, Edwin de Jong

Similarities between Co-Evolution and Learning Classifier Systems and their Applications: Ramon Palacios

Evolutionary Robotics

Robot Trajectory Planner using Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithms: Eduardo Pires, Jose Machado‚ Paulo Oliveira

Evolved Motor Primitives and Sequences in a Hierarchical Recurrent Neural Network: Rainer Paine, Jun Tani

Evolutionary Strategies, Evolutionary Programming

Actuator Noise in Recombinant Evolution Strategies on General Quadratic Fitness Models: Hans-Georg Beyer

An Analysis of the (+1) EA on Simple Pseudo-Boolean Functions: Carsten Witt

On the Choice of the Population Size: Tobias Storch

Genetic Algorithms

Feature Subset Selection Class Separability and Genetic Algorithms: Erick Cantu-Paz

What Basis for Genetic Dynamics? C. Stephens, C. Chryssomalakos

Dependency Structure Matrix Analysis: Tian-Li Yu, David Goldberg

Distributed Constraint Satisfaction Restricted Recombination and Hybrid Genetic Search: Gerry Dozier, Hurley Cunningham, Winard Britt, Funing Zhang, Winard Britt, Funing Zhang

Mating Scheme for Controlling the Diversity-Convergence Balance for Multiobjective Optimization:tionHisao Ishibuchi, Yohei Shibata

Genetic Programming

pi Grammatical Evolution: Michael O'Neill, Anthony Brabazon, Miguel Nicolau, Sean Mc Garraghy, Peter Keenan

Evolving Caching Strategies for the Internet: Juergen Branke, Pablo Funes, Frederik Thiele

A Descriptive Encoding Language for Evolving Modular Neural Networks: Jae-Yoon Jung, James A. Reggia

Shortcomings with Tree-structured Edge Encodings for Neural Networks: Gregory Hornby

Evolving Quantum Circuits and Programs through Genetic Programming: Paul Massey, John Clark, Susan Stepney

Learning Classifier Systems

Gradient-based Learning Updates Improve XCS Performance in Multistep Problems: Martin Butz, David Goldberg, Pier Luca Lanzi

High Classification Accuracy Does Not Imply Effective Genetic Search: Tim Kovacs, Manfred Kerber

Mixed Decision Trees: Minimizing Knowledge Representation Bias in LCS: Xavier Llora, Stewart Wilson

Real World Applications

A Broad and Narrow Approach to Interactive Evolutionary Design - An Aircraft Design Example:leOliver Bandte, Sergey Malinchik

Evolutionary Drug Scheduling Model for Cancer Chemotherapy: Liang Yong, Leung Kwong-Sak, Mok Shu Kam Tony

An Enhanced Genetic Algorithm for DNA Sequencing with Positive and Negative Errors: Thang Bui, Waleed Youssef,

Efficient Clustering-Based Genetic Algorithms in Chemical Kinetic Modelling: L. Elliott, D. Ingham, A. Kyne, N. Mera,M. Pourkashanian, S. Whittaker

Search Based Software Engineering

Evaluating Evolutionary Testability with Software-Measurements: Frank Lammermann, Andre Baresel, Joachim Wegener

Hybridizing Evolutionary Testing with the Chaining Approach: Phil McMinn, Mike Holcombe

Selected best paper award winners will be invited to submit an expanded version of their paper to the MIT Press journal Evolutionary Computation. In this schedule, nominated papers are highlighted with a star () to make them easier to find.

About the Evolutionary Computation in Industry Track

This year’s GECCO includes, for the third year, a track on Evolutionary Computation in Industry (ECI). The presentations in this track will be of most use to managers, technology scouts, and other individuals interested in assessing the potential of evolutionary algorithms to solve their industrial optimization problems. The goals of the presenters in this track are to tell you about the realities and possibilities of evolutionary computation applications and to describe successful industrial applications, rather than to focus on technical details of the particular approaches taken.

The six sessions in the Evolutionary Computation in Industry track will take place in Whidbey:

Session

Track

Time

ECI1

Applications in the aerospace industry

Monday 10:30-12:35

ECI2

Scheduling

Monday 13:50-15:30

ECI3

Applications in the automotive and military industry

Tuesday 10:30-12:35

ECI4

Antennae and evolutionary hardware

Tuesday 13:50-15:30

ECI5

Design issues

Wednesday 10:30-12:35

ECI6

Panel

Wednesday 13:50-15:30

Hotel Floor Plan



Schedule at a Glance

Saturday, June 26

Workshops and Tutorials

Workshops

8:30-10:20

10:40-12:30

14:00-15:50

16:10-18:00

Application of Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithms to Complex Optimization Problems

Whidbey

Military and Security Applications of Evolutionary Computation

Emerald II

Evolutionary Computation Theory

Emerald I

International Workshop on Learning Classifier Systems (IWLCS)

Orcas

Grammatical Evolution (GEWS 2004)

Whidbey

Undergraduate Student Workshop

San Juan

Modularity, Regularity and Hierarchy in Open-Ended Evolutionary Computation

Bainbridge

Tutorials

Particle Swarm Optimization

Bainbridge

Evolutionary Algorithms for Combinatorial Optimization

Lopez A

Representations

Lopez B

Evolvable Physical Media

San Juan

Introductory Statistics for Evolutionary Computation

Bainbridge

Evolutionary Algorithms for Design

Lopez A

Evolvable Hardware Applications

San Juan

Grammatical Evolution

Lopez B

Biological Applications

Emerald I

A Unified Approach to Evolutionary Computation

Lopez A

Interactive Evolutionary Computation

Emerald II

Theoretical Population Genetics

Lopez B

Probabilistic Model-building Genetic Algorithms

Emerald II

Optimization in Dynamic Environments

Emerald I

Genetic Programming for Symbolic Regression

Lopez A

Taxonomy and Coarse Graining in Evolutionary Computation

Lopez B

REGISTRATION: 7:00 - 17:00 on the 3rd floor in the Emerald Foyer

Coffee breaks: 10:20 – 10:40 and 15:50 – 16:10

There will be coffee stations on the 3rd floor in the Emerald Foyer and in Emerald III, and in the corridor on the 5th floor.

LUNCH: 12:30 – 14:00 on your own.

Workshops and Tutorial Schedule
Saturday June 26

Full Day Workshops (8:30 – 18:00)

International Workshop on Learning Classifier Systems Orcas

Wolfgang Stolzmann, Pier-Luca Lanzi, Stewart Wilson

Morning Workshops (8:30 – 12:30)

Application of Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithms

to Complex Optimization Problems Whidbey

Ernesto Costa, Francisco Baptista Pereira, Günther Raidl

Military and Security Applications of Evolutionary Computation Emerald II

Stephen C. Upton, David Goldberg

Evolutionary Computation Theory Emerald I

Alden Wright, Jon Rowe, Chris Stephens, Neal Richter

Afternoon Workshops (14:00 – 18:00)

Grammatical Evolution (GEWS 2004) Whidbey

Michael O'Neill, Conor Ryan

Undergraduate Student Workshop San Juan

Mark M. Meysenburg

Modularity, Regularity and Hierarchy in

Open-ended Evolutionary Computation Bainbridge

Hod Lipson, Edwin De Jong, John Koza

Early Morning Tutorials (8:30 – 10:20)

Particle Swarm Optimization Bainbridge

Russ Eberhart

EAs for Combinatorial Optimization Lopez A

Peter Ross

Representations Lopez B

Franz Rothlauf

Evolvable Physical Media San Juan

Julian Miller

Late Morning Tutorials (10:40 – 12:30)

Introductory Statistics for Evolutionary Computation Bainbridge

Steffen Christensen and Mark Wineberg

Evolutionary Algorithms for Design Lopez A

Ian Parmee

Evolvable Hardware Applications San Juan

Tetsuya Higuchi

Grammatical Evolution Lopez B

Conor Ryan

Early Afternoon Tutorials (14:00 – 15:50)

Biological Applications Emerald I

James A. Foster, Wolfgang Banzhaf

A Unified Approach to EC Lopez A

Ken De Jong

Interactive Evolutionary Computation Emerald II

Hideyuki Takagi

Theoretical Population Genetics Lopez B

Joseph Felsenstein

Late Afternoon Tutorials (16:10 – 18:00)

Probabilistic Model-building GAs Emerald II

Martin Pelikan

Optimization in Dynamic Environments Emerald I

Jürgen Branke

GP for Symbolic Regression Lopez A

Maarten Keijzer



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