Self-organizing Software is the first book to offer an integrated view of self-organization technologies applied to distributed systems. The text explains self-organization concepts and principles, using clear definitions and a strong theoretical background.
Multi-Agent Systems are a promising technology that could develop the next generation of open distributed complex software systems. This volume summarizes the state of the art in an accessible way for professionals and computer science students at all levels.
In this book, international experts examine similarities and differences between theoretical and empirical results on real-world problems. The text explores the synergy between theory and practice, offering a comprehensive view of the state of GP application.
Based on the annual Genetic Programming Theory and Practice workshop, this text discusses the latest in GP theory and practice and how each affects the other. It also addresses GP applications and hurdles encountered in utilizing them.
This book is the result of the sixth workshop on Genetic Programming at the University of Michigan’s Center for the Study of Complex Systems. It explores the synergy between theory and practice in a comprehensive, up-to-date overview of GP application.