A lot of water under the bridge has gone by since the first release of Meandre 1.4.X series. In January I went back to the drawing board and start sketching what was going to be 1.5.X series. The slide deck embedded above is a extended list of the thoughts during the process. As usual, I […]
“On the Road to Competence” is a slide deck by Jurgen Appelo with interesting analogies between learning classifier systems and software development. Definitely worth taking a look at it.
Yesterday I was visiting Monmouth College to participate on the Darwinpalooza which commemorates the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth and the 150th anniversary of the publication of On the Origin of Species. After scratching my head about about what to present, I came out with quite a mix. You will find the abstract of […]
Below you may find the slides of the GECCO 2009 tutorial that Jaume Bacardit and I put together. Hope you enjoy it. Slides Abstract We are living in the peta-byte era.We have larger and larger data to analyze, process and transform into useful answers for the domain experts. Robust data mining tools, able to cope […]
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
After coming back from GECCO I just uploaded the last of the NIGEL 2006 talks at LCS & GBML Central. This last talk was by Jaume Bacardit and GBML for protein structure prediction.
After the vacation break, two more NIGEL 2006 talks are available at LCS & GBML Central. This week Ester Bernardó presents how LCS can perform in the presence of class imbalance, whereas Lanzi continues his quest on computed predictions.
Two more NIGEL 2006 talks are available at LCS & GBML Central. This week Xavier Llorà presents how linkage learning can be achieve in Pittsburgh LCS, whereas Jorge Casillas reviews his work using XCS and Fuzzy LCS.
NIGEL 2006 talks is available at LCS & GBML Central. This week Martin Butz review reviews the state of the union of XCS, where as Alwyn Barry introduces the theoretical framework for LCS that he and Jan Drugowitsch worked on.