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Gregory Seront

Position: Research Assistant at the Département d'Informatique, at the Université Libre de Bruxelles

Département d'Informatique
CP-212 ULB
50, av. Fr. Roosevelt
1050 Bruxelles

Biographical Sketch:

Grégory Seront received his "Licence en Informatique" from the ULB in 1991. Ever since, he has been a research assistant at the Département d'Informatique, spending half of his time directing the exercises of various courses such as Algorithmic, Software Engeneering and so on. The rest of his time is devoted to his PhD research. His dissertation was made under the direction of Huges Bersini researcher at the IRIDIA. It dealt with the experimental study of a metaphor taken from the Imune System applied to optimisation problems.

Research Interests:

My research interests are mainly in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). My particular research in this field is dealing with Evolutionnary Algorithms, a model of Artificial Darwinian Evolution applied to problem solving and optimisation.
I am currently working on Genetic Programming, the synthesis of programs by Artificial Evolution.

Papers and articles available:

Abstracts of my recent papers.

First Contest on Evolutionnary OPtimiSation

I am also one of the organisers of the second International Contest on Evolutionnary OptimiSation (2nd ICEO).

Interesting Sources of Information

About Evolutionnary Computation About Genetic Programming backup of my bookmarks

Abstract of my papers

In search of a good cross-over between evolution and optmisation, G. Seront, H. Bersini, Published in Parallel Problem Solving from Nature 1992
S.T.E.P.: the easiest way to optimise a function, S. Langerman false Swarzberg, G. Seront, published in IEEE-ICEC 94
External Concept Reuse in Genetic Programing, G Seront, published in AAAI-GP 95
Simplex GA and Hybrid methods, Seront G., Bersini H. in IEEE-ICEC 96 Fitting Phase Type Distributions via a Genetic Algorithm, in Orbel 11, 1997
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