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@InProceedings{turton:1996:geog, author = "I. Turton and S. Openshaw and G. Diplock", title = "Some Geographic Applications of Genetic Programming on the {Cray} T3D Supercomputer", booktitle = "UK Parallel'96", year = "1996", editor = "Chris R. Jesshope and Alex V. Shafarenko", pages = "135--150", address = "University of Surrey", month = "3-5 " # jul, organisation = "BCS Parallel Processing Specialist Group", publisher = "Springer", keywords = "genetic algorithms, genetic programming", ISBN = "3-540-76068-7", isbn13 = "978-3-540-76068-9", URL = "http://www.geog.leeds.ac.uk/papers/96-5/96-5.pdf", URL = "http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/turton96some.html", DOI = "doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-1504-5_10", size = "16 pages", abstract = "The paper describes some geographical applications of a parallel GP code which is run on a Cray T3D 512 processor supercomputer to create new types of well performing mathematical models. A series of results are described which allude to the potential power of the method for which there are many practical applications in spatial data rich environments where there are no suitable existing models and no soundly based theoretical framework on which to base them", notes = "'Replacement of ephemeral constant by a parameter, the value of which is optimised using an embedded non-linar paramter estimation proceedure.' Spatial Interaction Modelling, Seattle, USA Subglacial Water System Case Study. Trapridge Glacier, Yukon. From messages to genetic-programming@cs.stanford.edu Tue, 03 Sep 1996 08:52:15 BST Thu, 05 Sep 1996 08:38:51 BST Basically we use an asyncronous steady state system which implicitly gives preferential treatment to faster evaluating models. Its written in F77 and MPI at the moment but RSN I will be reworking it as F90 with some more functionallity such as user configurable islands and such like. genetic-programming@cs.stanford.edu Tue, 10 Sep 1996 08:32:17 BST I have produced a program that converts s-experessions to infix equations that can be pasted into maple (or free equivalents, I'd guess) which has a simplify command. My code is at ftp://gam.leeds.ac.uk/pub/ian/pretoin.f", }

Genetic Programming entries for Ian Turton Stanley Openshaw Gary Diplock