MNK is a unique opportunity for graduate students at Brock University to present their research work to the Brock community (student and faculty members) I presented my research work on "Feature Selection and Classification Using Age Layered Population Structure Genetic Programming".
In this seminar, i discussed "Automatic Creation of Human-Competitive Programs and Controllers by Means of Genetic Programming" from the journal "Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines"
by the following authors
JOHN R. KOZA email@example.com, http: www.smi.stanford.edu people koza Department of Electrical Engineering, School of Engineering, and Department of Medicine, School of Medicine, Stanford ...
In this seminar, I discussed "CONSTANT TIME SORTING ON A PROCESSOR ARRAY WITH A RECONFIGURABLE BUS SYSTEM" by
Biing-Feng WANG, Gen-Huey CHEN and Ferng-Ching LIN.
From the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Taiwan University , Taipei, Taiwan, People's Republic of China
In this seminar, I looked at the evolution of neural networks using GA. The discussion was based on
EVOLVING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS – XIN YAO
AN INTRODUCTION TO NEURAL NETWORK – VINCENT CHEUNG & KEVIN CANNONS (SUPPLEMENTARY)