Sonderforschungsbereich (SFB) 531 : [249]

The field of Computational Intelligence (CI) covers all sorts of techniques for subsymbolic (numerical) knowledge processing, such as the well known Fuzzy Logic (FL), Neural Networks (NN), and Evolutionary Algorithms (EA) as well as other approaches with lesser dissemination. Although CI techniques are widely in use, there still exists a large gap between theory and application. To close this gap the Collaborative Research Center (SFB) 531 has been founded at the University of Dortmund in 1997 as an interdisciplinary research institute. It is financially supported by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). The scientific goals of the SFB are the investigation and improvement of the foundations, applications, as well as combinations of CI methods.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 249
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2-Jun-2009Capabilities of EMOA to detect and preserve equivalent Pareto subsetsNaujoks, Boris; Preuss, Mike; Rudolph, Günter
2008Fast distance computation between cylinders for the design of mold temperature control systemsBiermann, Dirk; Joliet, Raffael; Michelitsch, Thomas
Dec-2008Analysis of a simple evolutionary algorithm for the multiobjective shortest path problemHoroba, Christian
Dec-2008Additive approximations of pareto-optimal sets by evolutionary multi-objective algorithmsHoroba, Christian; Neumann, Frank
Dec-2008SPOT Sequential Parameter Optimization ToolboxBartz-Beielstein, Thomas; Lasarczyk, Christian; Preuß, Mike
Dec-2008Intelligent group movement and selection in realtime strategy gamesBeume, Nicola; Danielsiek, Holger; Hein, Tobias; Naujoks, Boris; Piatkowski, Nico; Preuss, Mike; Stüer, Raphael; Thom, Andreas; Wessing, Simon
Dec-2008Analysis of a memetic algorithm for global optimization in chemical process synthesisEngell, Sebastian; Sand, Guido; Urselmann, Maren
Aug-2008On the size of weights in randomized search heuristicsReichel, Joachim; Skutella, Martin
Aug-2008PG511 - CI in GamesDanielsiek, Holger; Eichhorn, Christian; Hein, Tobias; Kurtić, Edina; Neugebauer, Georg; Piatkowski, Nico; Quadflieg, Jan; Schnelker, Sebastian; Stüer, Raphael; Thom, Andreas; Wessing, Simon
Jul-2008Runtime analyses for using fairness in evolutionary multi-objective optimizationFriedrich, Tobias; Horoba, Christian; Neumann, Frank
Jun-2008A mix of Markov-chain and drift analysisJägersküpper, Jens
Jun-2008Approximating minimum multicuts by evolutionary multi-objective algorithmsNeumann, Frank; Reichel, Joachim
May-2008Benefits and drawbacks for the use of e-dominance in evolutionary multi-objective optimizationHoroba, Christian; Neumann, Frank
Apr-2008Simplified drift analysis for proving lower bounds in evolutionary computationOliveto, Pietro S.; Witt, Carsten
Apr-2008A hybrid Markov chain modeling architecture for workload on parallel computersKrampe, Anne; Lepping, Joachim; Sieben, Wiebke
Apr-2008An empirical investigation of simplified step-size adapatation in evolution strategies with a view to theoryJägersküpper, Jens; Preuss, Mike
Apr-2008Self-stablizing cuts in synchronous networksSauerwald, Thomas; Sudholt, Dirk
Mar-2008Rigorous analyses for the combination of ant colony optimization and local searchNeumann, Frank; Sudholt, Dirk; Witt, Carsten
Feb-2008Computing minimum cuts by randomized search heuristicsNeumann, Frank; Reichel, Joachim; Skutella, Martin
Feb-2008Runtime analysis of binary PSOSudholt, Dirk; Witt, Carsten
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