CEC2001 Session: Grammars in Evolutionary Computation

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    * CALL FOR PAPERS
    *
    * CONGRESS ON EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTATION (CEC 2001)
    *
    * SPECIAL SESSION: Grammars in Evolutionary Computation
    *
    * SUBMISSION BY: 12th January, 2001
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    The session organisers invite you to a special session of the Congress on
    Evolutionary Computation 2001 (CEC 2001) .

    Papers are due 5pm 12th JANUARY 2001, New Zealand time (depending where you are,
    this is likely to be 11th January local time - note later time than advertised
    for CEC 2001 papers) with acceptance notification 12th February 2001.

    Please check the CEC 2001 web site (http://cec2001.kaist.ac.kr/) for details
    regarding paper format. After preparing your paper according to the guidelines,
    please insert page breaks between the title and authors, and after the authors,
    to facilitate blind reviewing. Prepare a pdf version of the paper and send it
    as an email attachment to all three of the organisers, by the due time. If you
    cannot prepare pdf, please contact the organisers in good time, to arrange an
    alternative submission mechanism.

    Session Title:
            Grammars in Evolutionary Computation

    Description:
            A significant number of authors have used grammars as a means to
    define the search space of evolutionary systems, or to determine the genotype/
    phenotype mapping. Others have used evolutionary systems to learn grammars
    for particular applications. A few have combined both in ways which provide
    incremental learning capabilities. This special session aims to bring these
    researchers together to provide for cross-fertilisation of ideas and to
    present recent advances in this expanding field.

    Topic Areas Include:

        * Grammatical GP: target language syntax & semantics, attribute
                    grammars,strong typing
        * Grammar induction with GA and GP: regular, context-free, stochastic
                    grammars
        * Hybrid Grammatical Systems
        * L-systems
        * Applications

    All papers will be reviewed, and all accepted papers will appear in the CEC 2001
    proceedings. We are currently negotiating arrangements for further publication.
    We expect to be able to offer selected papers further publication of
    extended versions of the work in journal/book series format.

    Important Dates:

    12th January, 2001 Submission to the session organisers (see below)
    12th February,2001 Reviews and notification of acceptance
    15th March, 2001 Final camera-ready copies due to session organisers
    27-30th May,2001 Congress on Evolutionary Computation

    Session Organisers:
            Bob McKay
            School of Computer Science
            Australian Defence Force Academy
            Northcott Drive, Campbell, ACT 2600
            Australia
            tel: +61 2 6268 8169
            fax: +61 2 6268 8581
            email: rim@cs.adfa.edu.au

            Brian Ross
            Department of Computer Science
            Brock University
            St Catharines, Ontario L2S 3A1
            Canada
            tel: +1 905 688 5550 ext 4284
            fax: +1 905 688 3255
            email: bross@cosc.brocku.ca

            Peter Whigham
            Department of Information Science
            University of Otago
            PO Box 56
            Dunedin
            New Zealand
            tel: +64 3 479 7391
            fax: +64 3 479 8311
            email: PWhigham@infoscience.otago.ac.nz

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