Real-world applications (RWA) were originally the driving force for the development of evolutionary optimisation techniques; way before any theories were developed, EC was already applied successfully in the real world. In this spirit, the RWA track welcomes rigorous experimental, computational and/or applied advances in evolutionary computation (EC) in any discipline devoted to the study of real-world problems. The aim is to bring together contributions from the diverse fields encountered in Engineering and Sciences, including Social Sciences and Economics, into a single event. The focus is on applications including but not limited to:
- Papers that describe advances in the field of EC for implementation
- Papers that present rigorous comparisons across techniques in
- Papers that present novel uses of EC in the real world.
- Papers that present new applications of EC to real-world problems.
All contributions should be original research papers demonstrating the relevance and applicability of EC within a real-world problem. Papers covering multiple disciplines are welcome; we encourage the authors of such papers to write and present them in a way that allows researchers from other fields to grasp the main results, techniques, and their potential applications. The real-world applications track is open to all domains and all industries.
– Abstract deadline: January 30, 2018
– Submission of full papers: February 6, 2018
– Notification: TBA
– Conference: July 15-19, 2018
Anna I Esparcia-Alcazar, Universitat Politècnica de València
Thomas Bartz-Beielstein, TH Köln
Real-world applications, optimization, distributed computing,
scalability, industrial applications, scalable implementations.