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cGA, Parallelism, Processes, and Erlang

Back in Fall 2006 I was lucky to be at the right place, at the right time. Kumara Sastry and David E. Goldberg were working to pulverize some preconceptions about how far you could scale genetic algorithms. As I said,

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Parallel and Distributed Computational Intelligence book is out for pre-order

“Parallel and Distributed Computational Intelligence” edited by Francisco Fernández de Vega & Erick Cantú-Paz and published by Springer is out for pre-order. The first chapter “When Huge is Routine: Scaling Genetic Algorithms and Estimation of Distribution Algorithms via Data-Intensive Computing”

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Data-Intensive Computing for Competent Genetic Algorithms: A Pilot Study using Meandre

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

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  1. Data-Intensive Computing for Competent Genetic Algorithms: A Pilot Study using Meandre
  2. Meandre: Semantic-Driven Data-Intensive Flows in the Clouds
  3. Scaling Genetic Algorithms using MapReduce

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