Creative evolutionary systems [Book Review]

  • B O O K S H E L, J Bentley, +13 authors Michael J Lutz
  • Published 2002 in Computer

Abstract

C reative Evolutionary Systems, Peter J. Bentley and David W. Corne, eds. Evolutionary computation uses mechanisms derived from natural evolution to solve problems or generate designs. This book concentrates on evolutionary computation in creative areas such as art, music, and design. It shows how human interaction, new representations, and open-ended evolution can extend the capabilities of evolutionary computation. An accompanying CD-ROM offers readers hands-on activities that include evolved images, animations, and source code related to the text. Morgan Kaufmann, San Francisco; http://www.mkp.com; ISBN 1-55860673-4; 460 pp.; $69.95.

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@article{L2002CreativeES, title={Creative evolutionary systems [Book Review]}, author={B O O K S H E L and J Bentley and David W Corne and Morgan Kaufmann and San Francisco and D Igital Watermarking and Ingemar J Cox and Matthew L Miller and Jef-Frey and Hafedh Mili and Ali Mili and Sherif Yacoub and Edward Addy This and Wiley Interscience and New York and Michael J Lutz}, journal={Computer}, year={2002}, volume={35}, pages={99-99} }