Two papers related with OSGiLiath have been accepted in GECCO 2013 conference. The first one will be published at EvoSoft workshop, and it presents the technological issues of OSGiLiath and a tutorial to add new services (being more centered in the implementation technology than the results of the paper published in the Soft Computing Journal).
Developing Services in a Service Oriented Architecture for Evolutionary Algorithms
This paper shows the design and implementation of services for Evolutionary Computation in the Service Oriented Architecture paradigm. This paradigm allows independence in language and distribution, but the development requires to manage some technological and design issues, such as abstract design or unordered execution. To solve them, OSGiLiath, an implementation of an abstract Service Oriented Architecture for Evolutionary Algorithms, is used to develop new interoperable services taking into account these restrictions.
The second one, will be presented at the Student Workshop and presents the actual state of my thesis, explaining the OSGiLiath architecture (and SOA-EA), some preliminar results about load balancing in distributed EAs in heterogeneous machines, and the first results we obtained in the previous Hackathon in Evolutionary Art.
A Service Oriented Evolutionary Architecture: Application and Results
This paper shows the stage of development of a Service Oriented Architecture for Evolutionary Algorithms and the first results obtained in two different areas.
The abstract architecture is presented, with its assocciated implementation using a widely used technology. Results attained in experiments with parameter adaptation in distributed heterogeneous machines are presented and the usage of the architecture in Evolutionary Art is also applied.
I will update the “Publications” section once papers will be published.
We are waiting the acceptance of final works in a journal, and also, the paper about EAs and Processing we wrote in the #5Hackathon for the CEC.