Search the FAQ Archives

3 - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M
N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z
faqs.org - Internet FAQ Archives

FAQ: comp.ai.genetic part 4/6 (A Guide to Frequently Asked Questions)
Section - Q15.2: What mailing lists are there?

( Part1 - Part2 - Part3 - Part4 - Part5 - Part6 - Single Page )
[ Usenet FAQs | Web FAQs | Documents | RFC Index | Forum ]


Top Document: FAQ: comp.ai.genetic part 4/6 (A Guide to Frequently Asked Questions)
Previous Document: Q15.1: What digests are there?
Next Document: Q15.3: What online information repositories are there?
See reader questions & answers on this topic! - Help others by sharing your knowledge
     Mailing  lists  are  unregulated, unmoderated, information sources in
     which messages sent in by subscribers are posted out immediately  and
     individually to all other subscribers. Digests are listed in Q15.1.

 Classifier Systems
     John  Holmes has a classifier systems mailing list, which can be used
     to ask questions, announce papers,  introduce  yourself,  etc.   Mail
     John  Holmes  <jholmes@cceb.med.upenn.edu>  to  subscribe. The list's
     address      is:      classifier      systems      mailing       list
     <cslist@cceb.med.upenn.edu>

 Genetic Programming Mailing List
     The  GP community uses this list as a discussion forum, news exchange
     and FAQ distribution channel, originally set  up  by  John  Koza  and
     James Rice at Stanford.

     o  Admin requests: <genetic-programming-REQUEST@cs.stanford.edu>

     o  The  archive  includes  a lengthy, but "mostly interesting" FAQ by
	James  Rice  on  GP  related   subjects.   The   archive   is   at
	http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/project/ai-
	repository/ai/areas/genetic/gp/faq/gp.faq (plain text) and also at
	http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/research/genprog/gp2faq/gp2faq.html
	(converted to HTML).

 Tierra Mailing List
     Thomas Ray's Tierra is discussed elsewhere (see Q4.1); here's how  to
     obtain Tierra electronically and get in contact with other users.

     o  Admin requests: <tierra-REQUEST@life.slhs.udel.edu>
     o  Anonymous  FTP archive: tierra.slhs.udel.edu/pub/ (tierra, almond,
	beagle, etc.)

 UK's Evolutionary-Computation mailing list
     o  Admin details: <evolutionary-computing-request@mailbase.ac.uk>

 GANN: Genetic Algorithms and Neural Networks
     This list will focus on the use of EVOLUTIONARY  ALGORITHMs  (GENETIC
     ALGORITHMs,   GENETIC   PROGRAMMING   and   their  variants)  in  the
     EXPLORATION of  the  design  space  of  (artificial)  neural  network
     architectures  and  algorithms.   The  list will be semi-moderated to
     keep the signal to noise ratio as high as possible.  (This  list  was
     formerly known as the neuro-evolution e-mail list.)

     o  Admin requests/enquiries: gann-request@cs.iastate.edu

     o  Subscription   requests   to   the  admin  address  with  Subject:
	subscribe

 gattbl: Timetabling mailing list
     This group is for people using GAs and other techniques for  exam  or
     course scheduling for academic institutions. To subscribe, send email
     to <ttp-request@cs.nott.ac.uk>.

 Evolutionary Models in the Social Sciences
     See Q10.8 for details.

 Genetic Algorithms in Production Scheduling
     The GASched list is for discussion of the use of  GENETIC  ALGORITHMs
     on  Production Scheduling Problems (only).  Possible subjects for the
     list include: GAs for job-shop scheduling theory, GAs  for  practical
     problem  solving  in  industry, problem representation within the GA,
     combinatorial  optimisation  techniques  for   scheduling   problems,
     results & effects of GA-based systems working in industry, techniques
     for improving performance, problem data, or any other burning  issues
     which come into GAs for production scheduling.

     A     full     introduction    can    be    obtained    by    mailing
     <listproc@sheffield.ac.uk>   with   no   subject   line   and   'info
     gascheduling' in the body of the message.

     To  subscribe  to the list, email <listproc@sheffield.ac.uk> with the
     body of the message containing 'subscribe  gascheduling  YOUR  NAME'.
     Please  dont  include  anything  else  in  the message, and leave the
     subject empty.  For help on how to use the  automated  software,  and
     some   other   commands  which  may  be  available  in  future,  mail
     <listproc@sheffield.ac.uk> with 'HELP' in the body of  your  message,
     and no subject line.

     For  non-standard  administration  requests,  or  if  you  are having
     problems with the automated  address,  please  email:  <gascheduling-
     request@sheffield.ac.uk>  These messages will be dealt with manually,
     and so may take a couple of days for a response.

     There     is     also      a      related      Web      site      at:
     http://www.shef.ac.uk/~gaipp/index.html

 Autopoiesis
     There  is  an Autopoiesis Email List for the discussion of the theory
     of Autopoiesis of H. Maturana and F. Varela.  Autopoiesis means self-
     production and concerns self-organizing systems.

     To  join  send  a  message  containing  the  text: SUB AUTOPOIESIS to
     <listserv@think.net>

     To see what other systems and philosophy lists  exist  at  this  site
     send the message: HELP instead.

User Contributions:

Comment about this article, ask questions, or add new information about this topic:

CAPTCHA




Top Document: FAQ: comp.ai.genetic part 4/6 (A Guide to Frequently Asked Questions)
Previous Document: Q15.1: What digests are there?
Next Document: Q15.3: What online information repositories are there?

Part1 - Part2 - Part3 - Part4 - Part5 - Part6 - Single Page

[ Usenet FAQs | Web FAQs | Documents | RFC Index ]

Send corrections/additions to the FAQ Maintainer:
David.Beasley@cs.cf.ac.uk (David Beasley)





Last Update March 27 2014 @ 02:11 PM