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*2007
71 Ari Bader-Natal, Jordan B. Pollack: Assessing Learning in a Peer-Driven Tutoring System. AIED 2007: 530-532
70EEAnthony Bucci, Jordan B. Pollack: Thoughts on solution concepts. GECCO 2007: 434-439
2006
69EEKeki M. Burjorjee, Jordan B. Pollack: A general coarse-graining framework for studying simultaneous inter-population constraints induced by evolutionary operations. GECCO 2006: 1095-1102
68EEAri Bader-Natal, Jordan B. Pollack: BEEweb: A Multi-domain Platform for Reciprocal Peer-Driven Tutoring Systems. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2006: 698-700
67EEJordan B. Pollack: Mindless Intelligence. IEEE Intelligent Systems 21(3): 50-56 (2006)
2005
66 Ari Bader-Natal, Jordan B. Pollack: Motivating Appropriate Challenges in a Reciprocal Tutoring System. AIED 2005: 49-56
65EEJordan B. Pollack: Nannon: A Nano Backgammon for Machine Learning Research. CIG 2005
64EEJohn Rieffel, Jordan B. Pollack: Crossing the fabrication gap: evolving assembly plans to build 3-D objects. Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2005: 529-536
63EEJohn Rieffel, Jordan B. Pollack: Evolving Assembly Plans for Fully Automated Design and Assembly. Evolvable Hardware 2005: 165-170
62EEShivakumar Viswanathan, Jordan B. Pollack: On the Robustness Achievable with Stochastic Development Processes. Evolvable Hardware 2005: 34-39
61EEAnthony Bucci, Jordan B. Pollack: On identifying global optima in cooperative coevolution. GECCO 2005: 539-544
60EEJohn Rieffel, Jordan B. Pollack: Automated assembly as situated development: using artificial ontogenies to evolve buildable 3-D objects. GECCO 2005: 99-106
59EEJohn Rieffel, Jordan B. Pollack: Evolutionary fabrication: the emergence of novel assembly methods in artificial ontogenies. GECCO Workshops 2005: 265-272
58EEShivakumar Viswanathan, Jordan B. Pollack: How artificial ontogenies can retard evolution. GECCO Workshops 2005: 273-280
57EEKeki M. Burjorjee, Jordan B. Pollack: Theme preservation and the evolution of representation. GECCO Workshops 2005: 310-320
56 Keki M. Burjorjee, Jordan B. Pollack: Theme Preservation and the Evolution of Representation. IICAI 2005: 1444-1463
55EERichard A. Watson, Jordan B. Pollack: Modular Interdependency in Complex Dynamical Systems. Artificial Life 11(4): 445-457 (2005)
54EESevan G. Ficici, Ofer Melnik, Jordan B. Pollack: A game-theoretic and dynamical-systems analysis of selection methods in coevolution. IEEE Trans. Evolutionary Computation 9(6): 580-602 (2005)
2004
53EEAnthony Bucci, Jordan B. Pollack, Edwin D. de Jong: Automated Extraction of Problem Structure. GECCO (1) 2004: 501-512
52EEAri Bader-Natal, Jordan B. Pollack: A Population-Differential Method of Monitoring Success and Failure in Coevolution. GECCO (1) 2004: 585-586
51EEJohn Rieffel, Jordan B. Pollack: The Emergence of Ontogenic Scaffolding in a Stochastic Development Environment. GECCO (1) 2004: 804-815
50EEEdwin D. de Jong, Jordan B. Pollack: Ideal Evaluation from Coevolution. Evolutionary Computation 12(2): 159-192 (2004)
2003
49EEAnthony Bucci, Jordan B. Pollack: Focusing versus Intransitivity. GECCO 2003: 250-261
48EEEdwin D. de Jong, Jordan B. Pollack: Learning the Ideal Evaluation Function. GECCO 2003: 274-285
47EESevan G. Ficici, Jordan B. Pollack: A Game-Theoretic Memory Mechanism for Coevolution. GECCO 2003: 286-297
46EEEdwin D. de Jong, Jordan B. Pollack: Multi-Objective Methods for Tree Size Control. Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines 4(3): 211-233 (2003)
2002
45 Gregory Hornby, Jordan B. Pollack: Creating High-Level Components with a Generative Representation for Body-Brain Evolution. Artificial Life 8(3): 223-246 (2002)
44EERichard A. Watson, Sevan G. Ficici, Jordan B. Pollack: Embodied Evolution: Distributing an evolutionary algorithm in a population of robots. Robotics and Autonomous Systems 39(1): 1-18 (2002)
2001
43EESevan G. Ficici, Jordan B. Pollack: Pareto Optimality in Coevolutionary Learning. ECAL 2001: 316-325
42EERichard A. Watson, Jordan B. Pollack: Symbiotic Composition and Evolvability. ECAL 2001: 480-490
41EEJordan B. Pollack, Hod Lipson, Pablo Funes, Gregory Hornby: First Three Generations of Evolved Robots. EvoRobots 2001: 62-71
40 Gregory Hornby, Hod Lipson, Jordan B. Pollack: Evolution of Generative Design Systems for Modular Physical Robots. ICRA 2001: 4146-4151
39 Jordan B. Pollack, Hod Lipson, Gregory Hornby, Pablo Funes: Three Generations of Automatically Designed Robots. Artificial Life 7(3): 215-223 (2001)
38EEGregory Hornby, Jordan B. Pollack: Evolving L-systems to generate virtual creatures. Computers & Graphics 25(6): 1041-1048 (2001)
2000
37EEJordan B. Pollack, Hod Lipson: The GOLEM Project: Evolving Hardware Bodies and Brains. Evolvable Hardware 2000: 37-42
36 Richard A. Watson, Jordan B. Pollack: Recombination Without Respect: Schema Combination and Disruption in Genetic Algorithm Grossover. GECCO 2000: 112-119
35 Sevan G. Ficici, Jordan B. Pollack: Effects of Finite Populations on Evolutionary Stable Strategies. GECCO 2000: 927-
34EEJordan B. Pollack, Hod Lipson, Sevan G. Ficici, Pablo Funes, Gregory Hornby, Richard A. Watson: Evolutionary Techniques in Physical Robotics. ICES 2000: 175-186
33EEGregory Hornby, Seiichi Takamura, Osamu Hanagata, Masahiro Fujita, Jordan B. Pollack: Evolution of Controllers from a High-Level Simulator to a High DOF Robot. ICES 2000: 80-89
32 Hod Lipson, Jordan B. Pollack: Towards Continuously Reconfigurable Self-Designing Robotics. ICRA 2000: 1761-1766
31EEOfer Melnik, Jordan B. Pollack: Using Graphs to Analyze High-Dimensional Classifiers. IJCNN (3) 2000: 425-432
30EEOfer Melnik, Jordan B. Pollack: Exact Representations from Feed-Forward Networks. IJCNN (3) 2000: 459-464
29EEOfer Melnik, Simon D. Levy, Jordan B. Pollack: RAAM for Infinite Context-Free Languages. IJCNN (5) 2000: 585-590
28EERichard A. Watson, Jordan B. Pollack: Symbiotic Combination as an Alternative to Sexual Recombination in Genetic Algorithms. PPSN 2000: 425-434
27EESevan G. Ficici, Jordan B. Pollack: A Game-Theoretic Approach to the Simple Coevolutionary Algorithm. PPSN 2000: 467-476
26EEElizabeth Sklar, Jordan B. Pollack: A Framework for Enabling an Internet Learning Community. Educational Technology & Society 3(3): (2000)
1999
25 Richard A. Watson, Jordan B. Pollack: How Symbiosis Can Guide Evolution. ECAL 1999: 29-38
24 Sevan G. Ficici, Jordan B. Pollack: Statistical Reasoning Strategies in the Pursuit and Evasion Domain. ECAL 1999: 79-88
23EEJordan B. Pollack, Hod Lipson, Pablo Funes, Sevan G. Ficici, Gregory Hornby: Coevolutionary Robotics. Evolvable Hardware 1999: 208-216
1998
22 Hugues Juillé, Jordan B. Pollack: A Sampling-Based Heuristic for Tree Search Applied to Grammar Induction. AAAI/IAAI 1998: 776-783
21EEHugues Juillé, Jordan B. Pollack: A Stochastic Search Approach to Grammar Induction. ICGI 1998: 126-137
20 Hugues Juillé, Jordan B. Pollack: Coevolutionary Learning: A Case Study. ICML 1998: 251-259
19EERichard A. Watson, Gregory Hornby, Jordan B. Pollack: Modeling Building-Block Interdependency. PPSN 1998: 97-108
18 Pablo Funes, Jordan B. Pollack: Evolutionary Body Building: Adaptive Physical Designs for Robots. Artificial Life 4(4): 337-357 (1998)
17 Jordan B. Pollack, Alan D. Blair: Co-Evolution in the Successful Learning of Backgammon Strategy. Machine Learning 32(3): 225-240 (1998)
1997
16EEAlan D. Blair, Jordan B. Pollack: Analysis of Dynamical Recognizers. Neural Computation 9(5): 1127-1142 (1997)
1996
15 Hugues Juillé, Jordan B. Pollack: Co-Evolving Intertwined Spirals. Evolutionary Programming 1996: 461-468
14EEJordan B. Pollack, Alan D. Blair: Why did TD-Gammon Work? NIPS 1996: 10-16
1995
13 Edward W. Large, Caroline Palmer, Jordan B. Pollack: Reduced Memory Representations for Music. Cognitive Science 19(1): 53-96 (1995)
1993
12 Peter J. Angeline, Jordan B. Pollack: Competitive Environments Evolve Better Solutions for Complex Tasks. ICGA 1993: 264-270
11EEGregory M. Saunders, Peter J. Angeline, Jordan B. Pollack: Structural and Behavioral Evolution of Recurrent Networks. NIPS 1993: 88-95
10 Jordan B. Pollack: On Wings of Knowledge: A Review of Allen Newell's Unified Theories of Cognition. Artif. Intell. 59(1-2): 355-369 (1993)
1991
9 Jordan B. Pollack: The Induction of Dynamical Recognizers. Machine Learning 7: 227-252 (1991)
1990
8EEJordan B. Pollack: Language Induction by Phase Transition in Dynamical Recognizers. NIPS 1990: 619-626
7EEJohn F. Kolen, Jordan B. Pollack: Back Propagation is Sensitive to Initial Conditions. NIPS 1990: 860-867
6 Jordan B. Pollack: Recursive Distributed Representations. Artif. Intell. 46(1-2): 77-105 (1990)
1988
5EEJordan B. Pollack: Implications of Recursive Distributed Representations. NIPS 1988: 527-536
4 Jordan B. Pollack: High-Level Connectionist Models - Workshop Report. AI Magazine 9(4): 65-69 (1988)
1985
3 David L. Waltz, Jordan B. Pollack: Massively Parallel Parsing: A Strongly Interactive Model of Natural Language Interpretation. Cognitive Science 9(1): 51-74 (1985)
1984
2 David L. Waltz, Jordan B. Pollack: Phenomenologically Plausible Parsing. AAAI 1984: 335-339
1 Jordan B. Pollack, David L. Waltz: Parallel Interpretation of Natural Language. FGCS 1984: 686-691

Coauthor Index

1Peter J. Angeline [11] [12]
2Ari Bader-Natal [52] [66] [68] [71]
3Alan D. Blair [14] [16] [17]
4Anthony Bucci [49] [53] [61] [70]
5Keki M. Burjorjee [56] [57] [69]
6Sevan G. Ficici [23] [24] [27] [34] [35] [43] [44] [47] [54]
7Masahiro Fujita [33]
8Pablo Funes [18] [23] [34] [39] [41]
9Osamu Hanagata [33]
10Gregory Hornby [19] [23] [33] [34] [38] [39] [40] [41] [45]
11Edwin D. de Jong [46] [48] [50] [53]
12Hugues Juillé [15] [20] [21] [22]
13John F. Kolen [7]
14Edward W. Large [13]
15Simon D. Levy [29]
16Hod Lipson [23] [32] [34] [37] [39] [40] [41]
17Ofer Melnik [29] [30] [31] [54]
18Caroline Palmer [13]
19John Rieffel [51] [59] [60] [63] [64]
20Gregory M. Saunders [11]
21Elizabeth Sklar (Elizabeth Sklar Rozier) [26]
22Seiichi Takamura [33]
23Shivakumar Viswanathan [58] [62]
24David L. Waltz [1] [2] [3]
25Richard A. Watson [19] [25] [28] [34] [36] [42] [44] [55]

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