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@Article{Wildman:2007:ieeeTAP, author = "Raymond A. Wildman and Daniel S. Weile", title = "Geometry Reconstruction of Conducting Cylinders Using Genetic Programming", journal = "IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation", year = "2007", volume = "55", number = "3", pages = "629--636", month = mar, keywords = "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, Boolean functions, computational electromagnetics, computational geometry, conducting bodies, electromagnetic wave scattering, Boolean combination, conducting cylinder, encoding, geometry reconstruction, inverse scattering problem, tree-shaped chromosome, two-dimensional conductors", DOI = "doi:10.1109/TAP.2007.891565", ISSN = "0018-926X", abstract = "A genetic programming-based method for the imaging of two-dimensional conductors is presented. Geometry is encoded in this scheme using a tree-shaped chromosome to represent the Boolean combination of convex polygons into an arbitrary two-dimensional geometry. The polygons themselves are encoded as the convex hull of variable-length lists of points that reside in the terminal nodes of the tree. A set of genetic operators is defined for efficiently solving the inverse scattering problem. Specifically, the encoding scheme allows for a standard genetic programming crossover operator, and several mutation operators are designed in consideration of the encoding scheme. Several results are presented that demonstrate the method on a number of different shapes", }

Genetic Programming entries for Raymond A Wildman Daniel S Weile