Stack Based Genetic Programming Workshop
Since its introduction in the early 1990’s, stack-based Genetic Programming has grown into a significant sub-field of GP through the independent work of multiple researchers. While generally characterized by the explicit use of stacks to support the evolution and evaluation of programs, there is significant diversity in the various stack-based approaches with respect to program expression, data typing, and evolutionary manipulation.
In 2013, an intrepid band of stack based GP aficionados will push forth a new GECCO workshop that will provide an open forum for discussing both the blessings and the cursings of stack based GP. Come join us!
The main purpose of this workshop is to provide a collaborative forum and discussion venue for practitioners of (and parties interested in) stack-based GP.
Please see the GECCO 2013 Call for Participation. We want more than papers!