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    Just another paper

    And another paper published (last one here), this time in a refereed, JCR-indexed, journal: Comparing Evolutionary Hybrid Systems For Design And Optimization Of Multilayer Perceptron Structure Along Training Parameters, which will probably be available in full only if your institution is subscribed. It's probably not interesting if you are not working in the field, and it's not written for a wide audience, but if you're into evolutionary neural networks, it presents a new coevolutionary neural net method and compares it to others... beating them, of course. This one has taken only a year to publish (last one took three), but it will probably be some time before it's actually printed.

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