Michael Fenton

Learn More
This article reviews a spectrum of benign soft tissue tumors found in adults. Rather than presenting a complete review, the focus of this article is on benign tumors for which the diagnosis may be confidently made or strongly suggested on the basis of imaging. Diagnoses presented include nodular fasciitis, superficial and deep fibromatosis, elastofibroma,(More)
This review addresses the spectrum of malignant soft tissue tumors frequently found in adults. Rather than presenting a complete review, the focus of this discussion is on common lesions or lesions in which the diagnosis may be suggested on the basis of imaging. Diagnoses covered include undifferentiated high-grade pleomorphic sarcoma, fibrosarcoma,(More)
Evolutionary methods aff ord a productive and creative alternative design workfl ow. Crucial to success is the choice of formal representation of the problem. String-rewriting context-free grammars (CFGs) are one common option in evolutionary computation, but their suitability for design is not obvious. Here, a CFG-based evolutionary algorithm for design is(More)
This study evolves and categorises a population of conceptual designs by their ability to handle physical constraints. The design process involves a trade-off between form and function. The aesthetic considerations of the designer are constrained by physical considerations and material cost. In previous work, we developed a design grammar capable of(More)
A 21-year-old soldier developed anorexia, vomiting, diarrhea and fever 10 days after returning to the United States from an 8-month deployment in Afghanistan. His symptoms persisted over the next 5 days until he presented in respiratory failure with a partial pressure oxygen: concentration of inspired oxygen (PaO(2):FiO(2)) ratio of 63, requiring urgent(More)
Grammatical Evolution (GE) is a population-based evolutionary algorithm, where a formal grammar is used in the genotype to phenotype mapping process. PonyGE2 is an open source implementation of GE in Python, developed at UCD's Natural Computing Research and Applications group. It is intended as an advertisement and a starting-point for those new to GE, a(More)