EVO* 2019 - Late-Breaking Abstracts Volume

@article{Mora2019EVO2,
  title={EVO* 2019 - Late-Breaking Abstracts Volume},
  author={A. M. Mora and Anna I. Esparcia-Alc{\'a}zar},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/2208.00555}
}
This volume contains the Late-Breaking Abstracts submitted to the EVO* 2019 Conference, that took place in Leipzig, from 24 to 26 of April. These papers where presented as short talks and also at the poster session of the conference together with other regular submissions. All of them present ongoing research and preliminary results investigating on the application of different approaches of Evolutionary Computation to different problems, most of them real world ones. 

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