MIT ALife talks 1994-1998
MIT ALife group
- November 28, 1994. Ken Rice on evolutionary pharmacology.
- December 12, 1994. Carlo Maley on research methodology in artificial life.
- February 6, 1995. Eric Olson on philosophical critique of strong artificial life.
- February 20, 1995. Lisa Tucker-Kellogg on optimal sequence selection in proteins by simulated evolution.
- March 6, 1995. Jeremy Wertheimer on reasoning from experiments to causal models in molecular physiology.
- March 23, 1995. Annie Wu on addition of introns to genetic algorithms.
- April 26, 1995. Mark Bedau on measuring adaptive evolution.
- September 21, 1995. Una-May O'Reilly on Program Discovery Using Adaptive Search Techniques.
- October 2, 1995. Lysander Menezes on Modeling death structure transitions in populations.
- October 16, 1995. Erich Prem on Grounding and the Entailment Structure in Robots and Artificial Life.
- October 30, 1995. Anthony Kiszewski on The Effect of Patchy Population Distributions on the Persistence of Pathogens.
- November 13, 1995. Vince Darley on modelling feedback and propagation of information in economic systems with the title "Natural Rationality is Bounded".
- November 27, 1995. Peter Goss on modelling the genetic switch in lambda viruses.
- November 30, 1995. Nelson Minar on the general purpose modelling tool, Swarm.
- December 4, 1995. Anne Foerst on The courage to doubt: Possibilities for a Dialogue between AI and Theology.
- December 12, 1995. Michael Donoghue on Complexity, homology, and patterns in the evolution of biological characters.
- March 8, 1996. Carlo Maley on "Simulating Ecological Invasions".
- March 18, 1996. Kazuhiro Saitou on Automated Optimal Design of Mechanical Conformational Switches.
- April 8, 1996. Michael Best on "An Ecology of the Net".
- April 22, 1996. Una-May O'Reilly on Using the Fitness Landscape Metaphor for Computer Based Evolution, part I.
- May 6, 1996. Una-May O'Reilly and Vince Darley on Fitness Landscapes, part II.
- September 16, 1996. Brendan Kitts on Optimizing swarm fitness by partial regulation.
- October 10, 1996. Stephanie Forrest on The Ecology of Echo.
- October 21, 1996. Vince Darley on Cooperation and Conflict in Search.
- November 4, 1996. Anne Foerst on Anthropological Concepts of AI.
- November 11, 1996. Peter Stadler on Mutation, Recombination, and Fitness Landscapes: Correlation Measures and Spectral Graph Theory.
- November 18, 1996. Carlo Maley on DNA computation.
- February 24, 1997. Una-May O'Reilly on How the dependency relationships between program Statements affect Genetic Programming.
- March 10, 1997. Holly Yanco on Minimal behaviors in Minimats.
- March 31, 1997. Carlo Maley on effects of classification systems on diversity patterns.
- April 14, 1997. Johnathan Rees on Pargellis' paper on Artificial Worlds for Artificial Life.
- April 28, 1997. Michael Best will speak on competition and niche behavior in memes.
- May 19, 1997. Rolf Pfeifer on Two case studies on ants: "Didabots" and "Sahabots".
- September 22, 1997. Rolf Pfeifer on Evolving morphologies using genome-based cell-to-cell communication.
- October 6, 1997. Carlo Maley on Validation in a Model of Evolutionary Ecology.
- October 20, 1997. Raissa D'Souza on Reversible Cellular Automata on the CAM8.
- November 3, 1997. Peter Goss on Stochastic Petri Nets.
- November 17, 1997. Belinda Chang on Molecular Fossils: Reconstructing ancestral visual pigment proteins.
- December 3, 1997. Vladimir Gontar on A Discrete Biochemical Reaction Dynamics for Physiology.
- February 9, 1998. Etienne Delacroix on Art Programming Environment.
- March 19, 1998. Dave Cliff on Knowledge-Based Vision and Simple Visual Machines.
- March 30, 1998. Richard Watson on Heirarchical building blocks in GAs.
- April 13, 1998. Carlo Maley on Sex and Biodiversity.
- April 27, 1998. Carlo Maley on Evolution of Biodiversity (thesis defense).
- May 14 1998. Sevan Ficici on Coevolving Communicative Behavior in a Linear Pursuer-Evader Game