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GECCO 2012 Genetics-based Machine Learning track deadline extended to 27 Jan. 2012

The submission deadline for all tracks at GECCO 2012 has been extended to January 27, 2012 ==================================================================== GECCO 2012: Call for Papers on GENETICS-BASED MACHINE LEARNING (GBML) 2012 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO-2012) The largest conference in the field … Continue reading

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IWLCS 2010 – Discussion session on LCS / XCS(F)

I just got an email from Martin Butz about a discussion session being planned for IWLCS 2010 and his request to pass it along. Hope all is well and you are going to attend GECCO this year. Regardless if you

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LCS and Software Development

“On the Road to Competence” is a slide deck by Jurgen Appelo with interesting analogies between learning classifier systems and software development. Definitely worth taking a look at it. Related posts:NIGEL 2006 Part II: Dasgupta vs. Booker Large Scale Data Mining using Genetics-Based Machine Learning Software for fast rule matching using vector instructions

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GAssist and GALE Now Available in Python

Ryan Urbanowicz has released Python versions of GAssits and GALE!!! Yup, so excited to see a new incarnation of GALE doing the rounds. I cannot wait to get my hands on it. Ryan has also done an excellent job porting UCS, XCS, and MCS to Python and making those implementations available via “LCS & GBML central” for […]

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LCS & GBML Central Gets a New Home

Today I finished migrating the LCS & GBML Central site from its original URL (http://lcs-gbml.ncsa.uiuc.edu) to a more permanent and stable home located at http://gbml.org. The original site is already currently redirecting the trafic to the new site, and it will be doing so for a while to help people transition and update bookmarks and […]

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  1. LCS & GBML Central back to production
  2. LCSweb + GBML blog = LCS & GBML Central
  3. New books section on the LCS and GBML web

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NIGEL 2006 Part VI: Bacardit

After coming back from GECCO I just uploaded the last of the NIGEL 2006 talks at LCS & GBML Central. This last talk was by Jaume Bacardit and GBML for protein structure prediction.

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NIGEL 2006 revisited (Part VI): Bacardit

This is the last of the NIGEL talks NIGEL 2006 talks. Enjoy this last one Jaume Bacardit Video [vimeo clip_id=5065758 width=”432″ height=”320″] Slides [slideshare id=1384657&doc=nigel-2006-bacardit-090504154202-phpapp02]

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NIGEL 2006 Part V: Bernardó vs. Lanzi

After the vacation break, two more NIGEL 2006 talks are available at LCS & GBML Central. This week Ester Bernardó presents how LCS can perform in the presence of class imbalance, whereas Lanzi continues his quest on computed predictions.

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NIGEL 2006 revisited (Part V): Bernadó and Lanzi

After a brief break, the two last rounds of talks are coming. This week two more NIGEL 2006 talks. Enjoy this fifth release, Bernadó vs. Lanzi. Ester Bernardó-Mansilla Video [vimeo clip_id=5065762 width=”432″ height=”320″] Slides [slideshare id=1384643&doc=nigel-2006-bernado-090504153926-phpapp02] Pier Luca Lanzi Video … Continue reading

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NIGEL 2006 Part IV: Llorà vs. Casillas

Two more NIGEL 2006 talks are available at LCS & GBML Central. This week Xavier Llorà presents how linkage learning can be achieve in Pittsburgh LCS, whereas Jorge Casillas reviews his work using XCS and Fuzzy LCS.

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