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Below you may find the slides of the GECCO 2009 tutorial that Jaume Bacardit and I put together. Hope you enjoy it.
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Below you may find the slides I used during GECCO 2009 to present the paper titled “Data-Intensive Computing for Competent Genetic Algorithms: A Pilot Study using Meandre”. An early preprint in form of technical report can be found as an IlliGAL TR No. 2009001 or the full paper at the ACM digital library
- Data-Intensive Computing for Competent Genetic Algorithms: A Pilot Study using Meandre
- Meandre: Semantic-Driven Data-Intensive Flows in the Clouds
- Scaling Genetic Algorithms using MapReduce
I am currently working on the distributed execution of flows as part of the Meandre infrastructure—as a part of the SEASR project. One of the pieces to explore is how to push data between machines. No, I am not going to talk about network protocols and the like here, but how you can pass the […] Continue reading
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IlliGAL technical report 2009001.Â You can download the pdfÂ here. More information is also available at the Meandre websiteÂ as part of theÂ SEASR project.
Abstract:Â Data-intensive computing has positioned itself as a valuable programming paradigm to efficiently approach problems requiring processing very large volumes of data. This paper presents a pilot study about how to apply the data-intensive computing […] Continue reading
Abstract: Data-intensive computing has positioned itself as a valuable programming paradigm to efficiently approach problems requiring processing very large volumes of data. This paper presents a pilot study about how to apply the data-intensive computing paradigm to evolutionary computation algorithms. Two representative cases—selectorecombinative genetic algorithms and estimation of distribution algorithms—are presented, analyzed, discussed. This study […] Continue reading