Q10.8: On-line bibliography collections?

 The Big One
     Jarmo Alander has  compiled  probably  the  biggest  EC  bibliography
     around.  It  has 2500 entries, and is available in postscript form by
     ftp from: garbo.uwasa.fi:/pc/research/2500GArefs.ps.gz and also  from
     ENCORE  (see  Q15.3)  in  file  refs/2500GArefs.ps.gz Please send any
     additions or corrections to <ja@cs.hut.fi>

     The same directory on ENCORE also contains  some  other  bibliography

 Bibliography at Florida Atlantic University
     A  bibliography  of  over  400  entries  in  the area of Evolutionary
     Computation (GA/ES/EP/GP) is  available  (in  BibTeX  and  PostScript
     formats,       compressed)      by      anonymous      FTP      from:
     magenta.me.fau.edu:/pub/ep-list/bib/EC-ref.bib.Z and EC-ref.ps.Z

     Please     send     any     additions     and     corrections      to
     <nsaravan@cehps01.ce.ford.com> or <EP-List@magenta.me.fau.edu>.

 Combinations of GAs and NNs
     Dave Schaffer <ds1@philabs.Philips.Com> has compiled a bibliograpy on
     combinations of GAs and neural networks. About 150 entries, available
     in Bib format from ENCORE (See Q15.3) in file refs/cogann.bib.gz
     Jochen   Ruhland  <jochenr@neuro.informatik.uni-kassel.de>  has  also
     compiled a bibliography on this topic. Some  papers  deal  only  with
     neural  networks,  some  only  with  genetic  algorithms.   About 300
     references altogether. Some include  an  abstract.   Available  from:
     ftp.neuro.informatik.uni-kassel.de:/pub/NeuralNets/                in
     We_and_our_work/papers/diplom.1.bib.gz There are plans to expand this
     bibliography   from  time  to  time;  the  sequels  will  have  names
     diplom.2.bib.gz, etc.

 Bibliography at IlliGAL
     A bibliography on Genetic Algorithms compiled by David  E.  Goldberg,
     Kelsey  Milman,  and Christina Tidd is available as IlliGAL Report No
     92008        (see         Q14),         via         ftp         from:
     gal4.ge.uiuc.edu:/pub/papers/IlliGALs/92008part1.ps.Z             and

 GAPHD Bibliography Collection
     Martyn   Amos   <Martyn.Amos@dcs.warwick.ac.uk>   has   assembled   a
     collection  of  bibliographies  from  various  sources, tidied up the
     entries and removed duplicates. The collections are as follows:

	 Alife.bib.gz      - General Artificial Life
	 ICGA-93.bib.gz    - Proc. International Conference on GAs (1993)
	 chaos.bib.gz      - Chaos theory
	 ga+nn.bib.gz      - GAs and neural networks
	 ga.bib.gz         - General GA references
	 ga2.bib.gz        - General GA references
	 parallelGA.bib.gz - Parallel GAs
	 theory.bib.gz     - Theoretical computer science (bias towards graph
			   theory, stochasic modelling and pobability theory)
	 misc.bib.gz       - Miscellaneous topics (eg. Internet)

     There are about 6200 references in total, although the  biggest  file
     by  far  is  theory.bib,  which  is  not  directly related to EC. The
     references are in BibTeX format. The files are available by FTP  from
     ftp.dcs.warwick.ac.uk:/pub/gaphd/Bibliographies/   or   by  WWW  from

 Genetic Programming Bibliography
     A collection of Genetic Programming references (and other  tools)  is
     maintained  by Bill Langdon <W.Langdon@cs.ucl.ac.uk> and is available
     via anonymous ftp from cs.ucl.ac.uk:/genetic/biblio/

 Evolutionary Models in the Social Sciences
     Edmund    Chattoe    <econec@vax.ox.ac.uk>    has    set     up     a
     bibliorgraphy/mailing  list  on  Evolutionary Models In Economics and
     the Social Sciences.  You can subscribe to  the  list  by  sending  a
     message   with   the  string  "subs-list"  in  the  subject  line  to
     <econec@black.ox.ac.uk>. The latest copy of the EMSS bibliography and
     some   accompanying   notes   can   be   retrieved   from  this  site

 GAs and Economics
     Bernard   Manderick   <manderic@cs.few.eur.nl>   has    compiled    a
     bibliography  on  the use of GAs in economics, and this was published
     in GA-Digest, v7n4 (with some followup  comments  in  v7n5  &  v7n7).
     This       can       be       retrieved       by       FTP       from
     ftp.aic.nrl.navy.mil:/pub/galist/digests/v7n4 (see Q15.1).

 GAs in Control
     Carlos  Fonseca   <fonseca@acse.sheffield.ac.uk>   has   compiled   a
     bibliography  of  about  50  references on GAs in Control, and it was
     published in GA-Digest, v7n18. This can  be  retrieved  by  FTP  from
     ftp.aic.nrl.navy.mil:/pub/galist/digests/v7n18 (see Q15.1).

 Parallel GAs
     A   parallel   GA   bibliography   is   available   via   ftp   from:

     Andreas Uhl <uhl@wst.wst.edvz.sbg.ac.at> has also compiled a parallel
     GA  bibliography  with  about  80 entries. It is available by WWW in:

 Genetic Programming
     John  Koza   <koza@CS.Stanford.EDU>   has   compiled   an   annotated
     bibliography  on  GP,  and  about 60 references were published in GA-
     Digest,   v7n30.   This   can    be    retrieved    by    FTP    from
     ftp.aic.nrl.navy.mil:/pub/galist/digests/v7n30  or  from  ENCORE (See
     Q15.3) in file refs/gp-ref.gz

 GAs and protein folding
     Melanie Mitchell <mm@santafe.edu > has  compiled  a  bibliography  of
     about 40 references on this topic, and it was published in GA-Digest,
     v7n33.     This     can     be     retrieved     by     FTP      from
     ftp.aic.nrl.navy.mil:/pub/galist/digests/v7n33 (see Q15.1).

 GAs in Image Processing and Computer Vision
     Kyeongmo Park <kpark@cs.gmu.edu> has compiled a bibliography of about
     20 references on this topic,  and  it  was  published  in  GA-Digest,
     v8n10.      This     can     be     retrieved     by     FTP     from
     ftp.aic.nrl.navy.mil:/pub/galist/digests/v8n10 (see Q15.1).

 Masters and PhD theses
     Richard K. Belew has  collected  information  on  approximately  2600
     Masters  and  Ph.D.  theses,  nominally in the area of AI. The entire
     list   (about   170KB)   is   available   for   anonymous   FTP   at:
     cs.ucsd.edu:/pub/rik/aigen.rpt Questions, suggestions, additions etc.
     to <rik@cs.ucsd.edu>.
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