Representations for Evolutionary Design Modelling

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  author =       "Ruwan A. Fernando",
  title =        "Representations for Evolutionary Design Modelling",
  school =       "Queensland University of Technology",
  year =         "2014",
  address =      "Australia",
  month =        "7 " # mar,
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, Evolutionary
                 Design, Computer Aided Design, Spatial Planning,
                 Generative Design, Evolutionary Architecture",
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  size =         "231 pages",
  abstract =     "Evolutionary design modelling is a form of generative
                 design, where processes inspired by biological
                 evolution are used to produce populations of solutions
                 to design problems. An important element within this
                 strategy, is how genes are abstracted and used to
                 represent solutions to the design problem. The basis of
                 this thesis, is that developing this area (the
                 representation of genes) is a good way to further the
                 field of evolutionary design modelling. Representations
                 used in the study of language grammars, computer
                 algorithms and dynamic systems are examined with their
                 potential for structuring the genetic code. The aim of
                 this is to create find representations that are stable
                 after genetic operations, expressive enough to
                 represent design problems and have enough granularity
                 that novel solutions emerge from these simulations.",
  notes =        "Koza mentioned p136.

                 Supervisors John Frazer, Robin Drogemulle, and Keith

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