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Groom, G., Mills, R. and Watson, R. A. (2008) How epigenetic evolution can guide genetic evolution (abstract). In: Artificial Life XI: Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems, p. 772, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA. ISBN 978-0-262-75017-2

Tayarani Najaran, M. and Akbarzadeh, M. R. (2008) A Sinusoid Size Ring Structure Quantum Evolutionary Algorithm. In: IEEE Congress on Cybernetic and Intelligent System 2008.

Tayarani Najaran, M. and Akbarzadeh T, M. R. (2008) Probabilistic Optimization Algorithms for Numerical Function Optimization Problems. In: IEEE Congress on Cybernetic and Intelligent System 2008.

Tayarani Najaran, M. and Akbarzadeh T, M. R. (2008) A Cellular Structure and Diversity Preserving operator in Quantum Evolutionary Algorithms. In: IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence 2007.

Watson, R. A., Mills, R., Penn, A. and Powers, S. T. (2008) Can individual selection favour significant higher-level selection? (abstract). In: The Eleventh International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems (Alife XI), 05/08/08 - 08/08/08, Winchester, UK. p. 818.

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