Issue 1 • Date Apr 1997
Aims & Scope
The IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation publishes high-quality technical papers in the application, design, and theory of evolutionary computation: Readers are encouraged to submit papers that disclose significant technical and practical knowledge, exploratory developments and applications of evolutionary computation. Emphasis is given to engineering systems and scientific applications. The Transactions also contains a letters section, which includes information of current interest as well as comments and rebuttals submitted in connection with published papers. Representative applications areas include the following aspects of evolutionary computation: 1. Evolutionary optimization particularly with constraints; 2. Machine learning; 3. Intelligent systems design; 4. Image processing. machine vision; 5. Pattern recognition; 6. Evolutionary neurocomputing; 7. Evolutionary fuzzy systems; 8. Applications in biomedicine and biochemistry; 9. Robotics and control; 10. Mathematical modeling; 11. Civil, chemical, aeronautical, and industrial engineering applications.
Meet Our Editors
Garrison W. Greenwood, Ph.D. P.E
Portland State University