Best Paper Nominations

  • The following papers have been nominated for a Best Paper Award.
  • For each Best Paper (one per track, or group of small tracks), the final choice will be made by GECCO attendees : all nominees running for the same Best Paper will be presented during the same session, and the session attendees will vote at the end of all presentations.
  • GECCO is over, the list of winners is available here.
GPThe Impact of Hyperselection on Lexicase Selection

Thomas Helmuth (Washington and Lee University)
Nicholas Freitag McPhee (University of Minnesota Morris)
Lee Spector (Hampshire College)

GAExpanding from Discrete Cartesian to Permutation Gene-pool Optimal Mixing Evolutionary Algorithms

Peter A.N. Bosman (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI))
Ngoc Hoang Luong (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI))
Dirk Thierens (Utrecht University)

GABreaking the Billion Variable Barrier in Real-World Optimization Using a Customized Evolutionary Algorithm

Kalyanmoy Deb (Michigan State University)
Christie Myburgh (MapTek)

CSIdentifying Core Functional Networks and Functional Nodules within Neural Networks via Subsets Regression

Roby Velez (University of Wyoming)
Jeff Clune (University of Wyoming)

CSQuantifying Deception: A Case Study in the Evolution of Antimicrobial Resistance

Margaret J. Eppstein (University of Vermont)
C. Brandon Ogbunugafor (University of Vermont)

EMLEvolving Probabilistically Significant Epistatic Classification Rules for Heterogeneous Big Data Sets

John P. Hanley (University of Vermont)
Margaret J. Eppstein (University of Vermont)
Jeffrey S. Buzas (University of Vermont)
Donna M. Rizzo (University of Vermont)

RWAFinding Reliable Solutions in Bilevel Optimization Problems Under Uncertainties

Zhichao Lu (Michigan State University)
Kalyanmoy Deb (Michigan State University)
Ankur Sinha (Aalto University)

EMOActive Learning and Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithms for Sustainable Building Design

Siamak Safarzadegan Gilan (georgia institute of technology)
Naman Goyal (georgia institute of technology)
Bistra Dilkina (georgia institute of technology)

EMLEvaluation of a Tree-based Pipeline Optimization Tool for Automating Data Science

Randal Shadburt Olson (University of Pennsylvania)
Nathan Bartley (University of Chicago)
Ryan John Urbanowicz (University of Pennsylvania)
Jason H. Moore (University of Pennsylvania)

EMOA Generative Kriging Surrogate Model for Constrained and Unconstrained Multi-objective Optimization

Rayan Zakaria Hussein (Michigan State University)
Kalyanmoy Deb (Michigan State University)

PESEvaluation-Time Bias in Quasi-Generational and Steady-State Asynchronous Evolutionary Algorithms

Eric O. Scott (George Mason University)
Kenneth A. De Jong (George Mason University)

COAnalysis of Linear Convergence of a (1 + 1)-ES with Augmented Lagrangian Constraint Handling

Asma Atamna (Inria)
Anne Auger (Inria)
Nikolaus Hansen (Inria)

GPQuantitative Analysis of Evolvability using Vertex Centralities in Phenotype Network

Ting Hu (Memorial University)
Wolfgang Banzhaf (Memorial University)

EMOA Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithm based on Parallel Coordinates

Raquel Hernández (CINVESTAV-IPN)
Carlos A. Coello (CINVESTAV-IPN)
Enrique Alba (University of Málaga)

SBSELearning Overtime Dynamics Through Multiobjective Optimization

Márcio de Oliveira Barros (Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro)
Luiz Antonio Oliveira de Araujo Junior (Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro)

RWAPlanning Inspection Paths through Evolutionary Multi-objective Optimization

Kai Olav Ellefsen (SENAI CIMATEC)
Herman Augusto Lepikson (SENAI CIMATEC)
Jan Christian Albiez (SENAI CIMATEC / DFKI RIC)

ACO-SIUpdate Strength in EDAs and ACO: How to Avoid Genetic Drift

Dirk Sudholt (University of Sheffield)
Carsten Witt (Technical University of Denmark)

ECOMExtension of the CMSA Algorithm: An LP-based Way for Reducing Sub-instances

Christian Blum (UPV/EHU Ikerbasque)
Jordi Pereira (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez)

ECOMOn the Impact of the Renting Rate for the Unconstrained Nonlinear Knapsack Problem

Junhua Wu (University of Adelaide)
Sergey Polyakovskiy (University of Adelaide)
Frank Neumann (University of Adelaide)

RWAA Real World Multi-UAV Evolutionary Planner for Minimum Time Target Detection

Sara Perez-Carabaza (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Eva Besada-Portas (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Jose Antonio Lopez-Orozco (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Jesus Manuel de la Cruz (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

ECOMMulti-objective Neutral Neighbors? What could be the definition(s)?

Marie-Eléonore Marmion (University of Lille)
Hernan Aguirre (Shinshu University)
Clarisse Dhaenens (University of Lille)
Laetitia Jourdan (University of Lille)
Kiyoshi Tanaka (Shinshu University)

DETADemonstrating the Feasibility of Automatic Game Balancing

Vanessa Volz (TU Dortmund University)
Günter Rudolph (TU Dortmund University)
Boris Naujoks (TH Köln - University of Applied Sciences)

THEORYThe (1+1) Elitist Black-Box Complexity of LeadingOnes is $\Theta(n^2)$

Carola Doerr (CNRS and UPMC Paris)
Johannes Lengler (ETH Zuerich)

GPA Dispersion Operator for Geometric Semantic Genetic Programming

Luiz Otavio V. B. Oliveira (UFMG)
Fernando E. B. Otero (University of Kent)
Gisele Lobo Pappa (UFMG)

RWATackling the IFP Problem with the Preference-Based Genetic Algorithm

Sune Steinbjorn Nielsen (University of Luxembourg)
Christof Ferreira Torres (University of Luxembourg)
Gregoire Danoy (University of Luxembourg)
Pascal Bouvry (University of Luxembourg)

EMLSimple Evolutionary Optimization Can Rival Stochastic Gradient Descent in Neural Networks

Gregory Morse (University of Central Florida)
Kenneth O. Stanley (University of Central Florida)