GECCO-99 Papers


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For reference, the original call for papers for GECCO-99 is available here.

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The schedule for the conference is available in html and as an Excel spreadsheet.

The list of poster presentations is also available in html and Excel formats

A brochure with the complete schedule is available as a compressed (gzip) PostScript file. The uncompressed file is about 9Mb and may not be viewable, but should print fine in most PostScript printers.

List of accepted papers

Call for late-breaking papers

Papers describing late-breaking developments in the field of genetic and evolutionary computation are being solicited for inclusion in a special paper-bound book to be distributed to all attendees of GECCO-99. 

Click here for details. 

Formatting instructions for camera-ready papers

The format for camera-ready papers is similar to the one used in ICGA. For your convenience, the formatting instructions are available in several formats: 

Delivery of camera ready papers

The deadline for arrival of final camera-ready version of accepted papers is April 7, 1999.

Authors of accepted papers will receive an author kit from Professional Book Service with detailed instrictions on how to submit their final camera-ready papers. The kit is also available here in Postscript and PDF formats. 

If you need Audio-VIsual equipment, please fill out this form and send to AAAI. The form is available here in Postscript and MS-Word files. 

Make sure that you complete the checklist that you received with your acceptance letter before Wednesday, April 7, 1999. For your convenience, the acceptance letter for full-length papers and for one-page posters are available here. 

By submitting a camera-ready paper, the author(s) agree that at least one author will attend and present each accepted paper at the conference

The material in papers must represent substantially new work that has not been previously published by conferences, journals, or edited books in the field of genetic and evolutionary computation. By submitting a camera-ready final paper to the GECCO conference, the authors agree that substantially the same material will not be published by another conference in the field (however, material may conceivably be later revised and submitted to an EC journal or material may be submitted to a non-GEC conference, such as an applications conference).