Genetic Programming Bibliography entries for Sven E Eklund

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GP coauthors/coeditors: Hans Fernlund, Avelino J Gonzalez,

Genetic Programming Articles by Sven E Eklund

Genetic Programming conference papers by Sven E Eklund

  1. Hans Fernlund and Sven Eklund and Avelino J. Gonzalez. The CxBR Diffusion Engine -- A Tool for Modeling Human Behavior on the Battle Field. In Avelino J. Gonzalez and Johan Jenvald and Soren Palmgren editors, The Second Swedish-American Workshop on Modeling and Simulation, SAWMAS-2004, page 10, Holiday Inn, Cocoa Beach, Florida, 2004. details

  2. Sven E Eklund. Time series forecasting using massively parallel genetic programming. In Proceedings of Parallel and Distributed Processing International Symposium, pages 143-147, 2003. details

  3. Sven E. Eklund. Handwritten Character Recognition using a massively parallel GP engine in VLSI. In Peter J. Fleming editor, IFAC International Conference on Intelligent Control Systems and Signal Processing, Faro, Portugal, 2003. details

  4. Sven E. Eklund. A Massively Parallel GP Engine in VLSI. In David B. Fogel and Mohamed A. El-Sharkawi and Xin Yao and Garry Greenwood and Hitoshi Iba and Paul Marrow and Mark Shackleton editors, Proceedings of the 2002 Congress on Evolutionary Computation CEC2002, pages 629-633, 2002. IEEE Press. details

  5. Sven E. Eklund. A Massively Parallel Architecture for Linear Machine Code Genetic Programming. In Yong Liu and Kiyoshi Tanaka and Masaya Iwata and Tetsuya Higuchi and Moritoshi Yasunaga editors, Evolvable Systems: From Biology to Hardware: Proceedings of 4th International Conference, ICES 2001, volume 2210, pages 216-224, Tokyo, Japan, 2001. Springer-Verlag. details

  6. E. Eklund. A Massively Parallel GP Architecture. In K. C. Giannakoglou and D. T. Tsahalis and J. P\'eriaux and K. D. Papailiou and T. Fogarty editors, Evolutionary Methods for Design Optimization and Control with Applications to Industrial Problems, pages 103-108, Athens, Greece, 2001. International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering (Cmine). details