Hasso-Plattner-Institut
Prof. Dr. Tobias Friedrich
  
 

18.05.2018

Five papers accepted at PPSN

The International Conference on Parallel Problem Solving from Nature (PPSN) is a biennial meeting that brings together researchers and practitioners in the field of Natural Computing. Its 15th edition will be held in Coimbra, Portugal this year on September 8-12. The Algorithm Engineering group contributes five papers.

Timo Kötzing, a Senior Researcher with the group, is one of the two most prolific authors of this-years PPSN. He and Hisao Ishibuchi (SUSTech) both have four accepted papers.

The article Ring Migration Topology Helps Bypassing Local Optima is based on the master's thesis of Clemens Frahnow.

  • paper_60.pdf
    Friedrich, Tobias; Göbel, Andreas; Quinzan, Francesco; Wagner, Markus Heavy-tailed Mutation Operators in Single-Objective Combinatorial Optimization. Parallel Problem Solving From Nature (PPSN) 2018
     
  • final paper.pdf
    Kötzing, Timo; Krejca, Martin S. First-Hitting Times Under Additive Drift. Parallel Problem Solving From Nature (PPSN) 2018
     
  • final paper.pdf
    Kötzing, Timo; Krejca, Martin S. First-Hitting Times for Finite State Spaces. Parallel Problem Solving From Nature (PPSN) 2018
     
  • Kötzing, Timo; Lagodzinski, J. A. Gregor; Lengler, Johannes; Melnichenko, Anna Destructiveness of Lexicographic Parsimony Pressure and Alleviation by a Concatenation Crossover in Genetic Programming. Parallel Problem Solving From Nature (PPSN) 2018
     
  • Frahnow, Clemens; Kötzing, Timo Ring Migration Topology Helps Bypassing Local Optima. Parallel Problem Solving From Nature (PPSN) 2018