On the State of Evolutionary Computation

@inproceedings{Jong1993OnTS,
  title={On the State of Evolutionary Computation},
  author={Kenneth A. De Jong and William M. Spears},
  booktitle={ICGA},
  year={1993}
}
In the past few years the evolutionary computation landscape has been rapidly changing as a result of increased levels of interaction between various research groups and the injection of new ideas which challenge old tenets. The effect has been simultaneously exciting, invigorating, annoying, and bewildering to the old-timers as well as the new-comers to the field. Emerging out of all of this activity are the beginnings of some structure, some common themes, and some agreement on important open… CONTINUE READING
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