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FAQ: comp.ai.genetic part 4/6 (A Guide to Frequently Asked Questions)
Section - Q14: What Technical Reports are available?

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     Technical reports are informally published, unrefereed papers  giving
     up-to-date  information  on  what is going on at research institutes.
     Many later  go  on  to  be  formally  published  in  journals  or  at
     conferences.

 TCGA Reports
     The  Clearing  House  for  Genetic  Algorithms (TCGA) at the Univ. of
     Alabama (Tuscaloosa) distributes TCGA technical reports. A number  of
     these  are  now available in compressed Postscript form via FTP from:
     aramis.cs.ua.edu/pub/tech-reports/ Read the file README first.

     Contact:  Robert  Elliott  Smith,  Department   of   Engineering   of
     Mechanics,  Room  210  Hardaway Hall, The University of Alabama, P.O.
     Box  870278,  Tuscaloosa,  AL  35487,  USA.   Tel:  (205)   348-1618,
     <rob@comec4.mh.ua.edu>, or Dr. Ron Sun <rsun@athos.cs.ua.edu>

 IlliGAL Reports
     The   Illinois  Genetic  Algorithms  Laboratory  distributes  IlliGAL
     technical reports, as well as reprints of  other  publications;  they
     are available in hardcopy and can be ordered from: IlliGAL Librarian,
     Department of General Engineering, 117 Transportation  Building,  104
     South     Mathews     Avenue,    Urbana,    IL    61801-2996,    USA.
     <library@gal1.ge.uiuc.edu>

     NOTE: When ordering, please include your surface mail address!

     IlliGAL also have  an  anonymous-FTP  server,  holding  most  of  the
     existing  IlliGAL  reports, at: gal4.ge.uiuc.edu/pub/papers/IlliGALs/
     There is also a WWW home page with a complete list, order  form,  and
     other information at: ftp://gal4.ge.uiuc.edu/illigal.home.html

 SyS Reports
     The  Systems  Analysis  Research  Group  (SyS)  at  the University of
     Dortmund,   maintains   an   experimental   anonymous   FTP   server:
     lumpi.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/pub/  On  lumpi  you  can  find SyS-
     Reports from 1992 on. (Get  "/pub/ls-Ral.Z"  and  look  for  "papers"
     folders,  the server is sorted by EA paradigms, i.e. "/pub/GA/papers"
     contains papers related to GAs, etc.).  A strongly  recommended,  and
     quarterly  updated,  report is a list of current applications of GAs,
     EP and ESs; get "/pub/EA/papers/ea-app.ps.gz" (SyS-2/92).

 Bionics Reports
     The Bionics and EVOLUTION  Techniques  Laboratory  at  the  Technical
     University   of  Berlin  maintains  an  anonymous  FTP  server:  ftp-
     bionik.fb10.tu-berlin.de/pub/ On  ftp-bionik  you  find  reports  and
     software,  related  to  EVOLUTIONARY ALGORITHMs and Artificial Neural
     Networks.

 University College London Reports
     A number of GENETIC ALGORITHM reports produced by UCL  are  available
     via anonymous FTP at cs.ucl.ac.uk/genetic/papers/ Abstracts of others
     can be obtained via WWW at http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/rns/

 Other Sources of Reports
     Reports are also available from some of the sources listed in  Q15.1,
     Q15.2 and Q15.3.

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