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2005
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Genetic Programming in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Genetic Programming in Wireless Sensor Networks
Abstract. Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are medium scale manifestations of a paintable or amorphous computing paradigm. WSNs are becoming increasingly important as they attain greater deployment. New techniques for evolutionary computing (EC) are needed to address these new computing models. This paper describes a novel effort to develop a series of variations to evolutionary computing paradigms such as Genetic Programming to enable their operation within the wireless sensor network. The ability to compute evolutionary algorithms within the WSN has innumerable advantages including, intelligent-sensing, resource optimized communication strategies, intelligent-routing protocol design, novelty detection, etc to name a few. In this paper we first discuss an evolutionary computing algorithm that operates within a distributed wireless sensor network. Such algorithms include continuous evolutionary computing. Continuous evolutionary computing extends the concept of an asynchronous evoluti...
Derek M. Johnson, Ankur Teredesai, Robert T. Salta
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where EUROGP
Authors Derek M. Johnson, Ankur Teredesai, Robert T. Saltarelli
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