Genetic Programming Bibliography entries for Simon G Handley

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Genetic Programming conference papers by Simon G Handley

  1. Simon Handley. The Prediction of the Degree of Exposure to Solvent of Amino Acid Residues via Genetic Programming. In John R. Koza and David E. Goldberg and David B. Fogel and Rick L. Riolo editors, Genetic Programming 1996: Proceedings of the First Annual Conference, pages 297-300, Stanford University, CA, USA, 1996. MIT Press. details

  2. Simon Handley. A New Class of Function Sets for Solving Sequence Problems. In John R. Koza and David E. Goldberg and David B. Fogel and Rick L. Riolo editors, Genetic Programming 1996: Proceedings of the First Annual Conference, pages 301-308, Stanford University, CA, USA, 1996. MIT Press. details

  3. Simon Handley. Predicting Whether or not a Nucleic Acid Sequence is an E. coli Promoter Region using Genetic Programming. In Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Intelligence in Neural and Biological Systems INBS-95, pages 122-127, Herndon, Virginia, USA, 1995. IEEE Computer Society Press. details

  4. Simon Handley. Classifying Nucleic Acid Sub-Sequences as Introns or Exons Using Genetic Programming. In Christopher Rawlins and Dominic Clark and Russ Altman and Lawrence Hunter and Thomas Lengauer and Shoshana Wodak editors, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB-95), pages 162-169, Cambridge, UK, 1995. AAAI Press. details

  5. Simon Handley. Predicting Whether Or Not a 60-Base DNA Sequence Contains a Centrally-Located Splice Site Using Genetic Programming. In E. V. Siegel and J. R. Koza editors, Working Notes for the AAAI Symposium on Genetic Programming, pages 17-22, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA, 1995. AAAI. details

  6. Simon Handley. Predicting Whether or Not a 60-base DNA Sequence Contains a Centrally-Located Splice Site Using Genetic Programming. In Justinian P. Rosca editor, Proceedings of the Workshop on Genetic Programming: From Theory to Real-World Applications, pages 98-103, Tahoe City, California, USA, 1995. details

  7. Simon G. Handley. The prediction of the degree of exposure to solvent of amino acid residues via genetic programming. In Second International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA, 1994. AAAI Press. details

  8. S. Handley. Automated learning of a detector for the cores of a-helices in protein sequences via genetic programming. In Proceedings of the 1994 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, volume 1, pages 474-479, Orlando, Florida, USA, 1994. IEEE Press. details

  9. S. Handley. On the use of a directed acyclic graph to represent a population of computer programs. In Proceedings of the 1994 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, volume 1, pages 154-159, Orlando, Florida, USA, 1994. IEEE Press. details

  10. Simon Handley. Automatic Learning of a Detector for alpha-helices in Protein Sequences Via Genetic Programming. In Stephanie Forrest editor, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Genetic Algorithms, ICGA-93, pages 271-278, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1993. Morgan Kaufmann. details

  11. Simon Handley. The genetic planner: The automatic generation of plans for a mobile robot via genetic programming. In Proceedings of the Eighth IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Control, pages 190-195, Chicago, USA, 1993. IEEE. details

  12. S. Handley. The automatic generation of plans for a mobile robot via genetic programming with automatically defined functions. In Proceedings of the Fifth Workshop on Neural Networks: An International Conference on Computational Intelligence: Neural Networks, Fuzzy Systems, Evolutionary Programming, and Virtual Reality, 1991. details

Genetic Programming book chapters by Simon G Handley