Controlled genetic programming search for solving deceptive problems

Korkmaz, Emin Erkan


Mapping Human–Computer Interaction Research Themes and Trends from Its Existence to Today: A Topic Modeling-Based Review of past 60 Years
GÜRCAN, FATİH; Cagiltay, Nergiz Ercil; Çağıltay, Kürşat (Informa UK Limited, 2020-01-01)
As it covers a wide spectrum, the research literature of human-computer interaction (HCI) studies has a rich and multi-disciplinary content where there are limited studies demonstrating the big picture of the field. Such an analysis provides researchers with a better understanding of the field, revealing current issues, challenges, and potential research gaps. This study aims to explore the research trends in the developmental stages of the HCI studies over the past 60 years. Automated text mining with prob...
Using Criticalities as a Heuristic for Answer Set Programming
SABUNCU, ORKUNT; Alpaslan, Ferda Nur; AKMAN, VAROL (2004-01-08)
Answer Set Programming is a new paradigm based on logic programming. The main component of answer set programming is a system that finds the answer sets of logic programs. During the computation of an answer set, systems are faced with choice points where they have to select a literal and assign it a truth value. Generally, systems utilize some heuristics to choose new literals at the choice points. The heuristic used is one of the key factors for the performance of the system. A new heuristic for answer s...
Simulation of nest assessment behavior by ant scouts
Şahin, Erol (2002-01-01)
The scouts of Leptothorax albipennis colonies find and assess new nest sites, when their current nests become uninhabitable. Observations of these scouts have suggested that they assess, among other things, the integrity of the internal periphery and the size of the potential nest site. The hypothesis that the scouts use a ‘Buffon’s needle algorithm’ to estimate the nest size is supported by experiments. In this paper, we present a behavioral model for the nest assessment of the scouts. This behavior is imp...
An Object-oriented framework for functional mock-up interface co-simulation
Aslan, Memduha; Oğuztüzün, Mehmet Halit S.; Durak, Umut; Department of Computer Engineering (2016)
Integration of subsystem or component models in a simulation environment is a crucial task in system development. Variation in model interfaces due to the use of a variety of modeling tools from different vendors complicates this task. Functional Mockup Interface (FMI) is a standard that lays out a tool-independent interface for dynamic system models. In practice, the developers of FMI-compliant models, known as Functional Mockup Units (FMUs), need guidance. In this thesis, an object-oriented framework for ...
Automatic Definition of Optimal Default Parameters of Models: Image Matting Application
Ravve, Elena V.; Volkovich, Zeev; Weber, Gerhard Wilhelm (2015-09-24)
As a general rule, each user must provide the tool applied with particular values of its input parameters. An inexperienced user may hardly figure out their values and the tool developer must define the default values in order to help her/him. We present an approach to solve the problem with the help of multi-criteria optimization that is new in this formulation. We demonstrate our approach in closer details using an example from the automatic definition of optimal default parameters for real-time merging o...
Citation Formats
E. E. Korkmaz, “Controlled genetic programming search for solving deceptive problems,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2003.