2010 - Evolutionary Computation Pioneer Award, IEEE Computational Intelligence Society
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mathematical optimization, Genetic algorithm, Artificial intelligence, Machine learning and Algorithm. His work on Population-based incremental learning and Tournament selection as part of general Mathematical optimization research is frequently linked to Sizing, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research integrates issues of Function, Multi-objective optimization, Optimization problem and Theoretical computer science in his study of Genetic algorithm.
His research on Artificial intelligence frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Deception. His Machine learning research incorporates themes from Class and Probabilistic logic. His Genetic representation study combines topics in areas such as Computer programming, Linkage learning, Pascal and Cultural algorithm.
David E. Goldberg mainly investigates Genetic algorithm, Mathematical optimization, Artificial intelligence, Machine learning and Algorithm. The Genetic algorithm study combines topics in areas such as Evolutionary computation, Theoretical computer science and Crossover. In the field of Mathematical optimization, his study on Estimation of distribution algorithm, Evolutionary algorithm, Meta-optimization and Tournament selection overlaps with subjects such as Sizing.
His work deals with themes such as Probabilistic logic and Statistical model, which intersect with Estimation of distribution algorithm. His studies in Tournament selection integrate themes in fields like Fitness proportionate selection and Truncation selection. His Genetic representation research incorporates elements of Quality control and genetic algorithms and Cultural algorithm.
His primary areas of investigation include Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, Genetic algorithm, Estimation of distribution algorithm and Classifier. Many of his research projects under Artificial intelligence are closely connected to Sizing with Sizing, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His study of Bayesian network is a part of Machine learning.
David E. Goldberg has included themes like Minimum description length, Algorithm, Theoretical computer science, Cluster analysis and Design structure matrix in his Genetic algorithm study. His research in Estimation of distribution algorithm intersects with topics in Evolutionary algorithm, Evolutionary computation and Statistical model. His work carried out in the field of Classifier brings together such families of science as Training set, Gene expression programming, Binary number, Feature extraction and Genetic programming.
Machine learning, Artificial intelligence, Estimation of distribution algorithm, Evolutionary algorithm and Statistical model are his primary areas of study. His Machine learning study focuses on Bayesian network in particular. Particularly relevant to Reinforcement learning is his body of work in Artificial intelligence.
His study in Estimation of distribution algorithm is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Theoretical computer science and Probabilistic analysis of algorithms. David E. Goldberg combines subjects such as Sampling, Function and Class with his study of Statistical model. His study in the field of Cultural algorithm also crosses realms of Running time.
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Genetic algorithms in search, optimization, and machine learning
David E. Goldberg.
Genetic Algorithms in Search
D. E. Goldberg.
Optimization, and MachineLearning (1989)
A niched Pareto genetic algorithm for multiobjective optimization
J. Horn;N. Nafpliotis;D.E. Goldberg.
world congress on computational intelligence (1994)
A Comparative Analysis of Selection Schemes Used in Genetic Algorithms
David E. Goldberg;Kalyanmoy Deb.
foundations of genetic algorithms (1991)
Genetic algorithms with sharing for multimodal function optimization
David E. Goldberg;Jon Richardson.
international conference on genetic algorithms (1987)
Genetic Algorithms and Machine Learning
David E. Goldberg;John H. Holland.
Machine Learning (1988)
Genetic Algorithms in Search, Optimization & Machine Learning
D. E. Goldberg.
Alleles, loci and the traveling salesman problem
D. E. Goldberg.
Proc. 1st ICGA (1985)
Messy genetic algorithms: motivation, analysis, and first results
David E. Goldberg;Bradley Korb;Kalyanmoy Deb.
Complex Systems (1989)
The Design of Innovation: Lessons from and for Competent Genetic Algorithms
David E. Goldberg.
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