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    Paper on temporal analysis of the EC community available

    Springer has gratiously emailed us the announcement that the paper I cowrote with Carlos Cotta, Where is evolutionary computation going? A temporal analysis of the EC community, published in issue 8:3 of Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines is already available online as doi:10.1007/s10710-007-9031-0. Here's the abstract:
    Studying an evolving complex system and drawing some conclusions from it is an integral part of nature-inspired computing; being a part of that complex system, some insight can also be gained from our knowledge of it. In this paper we study the evolution of the evolutionary computation co-authorship network using social network analysis tools, with the aim of extracting some conclusions on its mechanisms. In order to do this, we first examine the evolution of macroscopic properties of the EC co-authorship graph, and then we look at its community structure and its corresponding change along time. The EC network is shown to be in a strongly expansive phase, exhibiting distinctive growth patterns, both at the macroscopic and the mesoscopic level.

    For the time being, it's only available to subscribers (very probably your institution is already subscribed to SpringerLink), but I can email it under request.

    2007-08-21 17:41 | 0 Comment(s) | Filed in Just_A_Scientist

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