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TAEMO 2010 : Workshop on Theoretical Aspects of Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization

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Link: http://taemo.gforge.inria.fr/
 
When Jul 7, 2010 - Jul 8, 2010
Where Portland, OR, USA
Submission Deadline Mar 25, 2010
Notification Due Apr 1, 2010
Final Version Due Apr 13, 2010
Categories    theory   multiobjective   EMO   evolutionary computation
 

Call For Papers

Workshop on Theoretical Aspects of Evolutionary Multiobjective
Optimization---Current Status and Future Trends

http://taemo.gforge.inria.fr

organizers:
Nicola Beume, TU Dortmund, Germany
Dimo Brockhoff, INRIA Saclay, France

to be held as part of the

2010 GENETIC AND EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTATION CONFERENCE (GECCO-2010)
Sponsored by ACM SIGEVO

http://www.sigevo.org/GECCO-2010

July 7-11, 2010 (Wednesday-Sunday)
Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront Hotel
Portland, Oregon, USA

PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE FOR WORKSHOP: March 25, 2010


Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization (EMO), i.e., the simultaneous
optimization of 2 or more objective functions by means of bio-inspired
search heuristics, has become one of the main research fields in
evolutionary computation in recent years and as such also gained interest
from the classical field of multicriteria decision making (MCDM). Together
with its fast development in practice, also theoretical analyses of EMO
gained more and more interest.

To foster this growing interest of theory in EMO, the workshop
"Theoretical Aspects of Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization" aims at
bringing together theoreticians both working in the field of EMO and from
single-objective optimization as well as EMO practitioners. Besides
presenting the newest theoretical results about EMO, the workshop aims at
identifying a broad list of challenging questions to be tackled in the
near future for which we explicitly invite both theoreticians and
practitioners. The workshop covers all theoretical topics of EMO,
including but not limited to
- convergence analysis
- decision making
- diversity mechanisms
- experimental studies based on theoretical considerations
- hybridized EMO approaches
- indicator-based search
- many-objective optimization
- multiobjectivization
- performance assessment
- preference handling
- runtime analyses (incl. approximation results)
- set-based EMO
- variation operators specific to the multiobjective case

We invite submissions as proposals for a talk in form of a short abstract
of maximally 4 pages in ACM format. The talks should present recent
research ideas and identify open theoretical questions to foster
discussions rather than showing finalized results. Accepted abstracts will
be published in a separate workshop proceedings associated to the GECCO
conference which also appears in the ACM Digital Library.

Important Dates

• 03/25/2010 abstract submission deadline
• 04/01/2010 decision notification
• 04/13/2010 camera-ready files submission deadline
• 04/19/2010 registration deadline for presenting authors
• 07/07/2010 or 08/07/2010 workshop

GECCO is sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery Special
Interest Group on Genetic and Evolutionary Computation (SIGEVO). SIG
Services: 2 Penn Plaza, Suite 701, New York, NY, 10121, USA,
1-800-342-6626 (USA and Canada) or +212-626-0500 (Global).

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