Topics in Bio-Inspired Computing (202-1-4791)
נושאים בחישוב מונחה טבע
Semester B, 2008-2009
Lecturer: Prof. Moshe Sipper
1. Projects must be submitted by Sunday, July 19, 2009
2. No Extensions! (other than miluim/EXTENDED illness)
3. You must decide upon a topic until May 10,
otherwise 5 points will be taken off
On Thursday, 16.4, Wednesday classes will be held.
The first lesson will thus be held on 16.4.
Beginning of Semester B.
- Alain Adler & Yael Peretz: Mastermind
- Eran Frieman & Limor Segev: Light Up
- Carmel Karni & Mati Kochen: Shanghai
- Tomer Peled & Al Yaros : 15-Puzzle
- Eran Shahar & Matan Ochayon: Nurikabe
- Michael Bragilev: Software Agent Ms Pac-Man
- Tamar Zondinar: Corral Puzzle
- Ran Elkobi & Itamar Azoulai: Sudoku
- Eduard Kogan : Cross Sum
- Gili Asis & Eran Rosenzwig: Instant Insanity
- Or Caspi: KPlumber
Some reports in the popular press
- Students will work on software projects in the area of evolutionary computation.
Final Report (please read this carefully!)
- The final report must include the following seven sections:
- A short introduction of the domain being investigated.
- A description of the problem or phenomenon studied.
- An explanation of the methods and algorithms employed.
- A description of your programmed system.
- An account of the results obtained.
- Some interesting conclusions.
- Bibliographic references.
- Language: Hebrew or English.
- Length: 10-20 pages.
- Don't include the code.
- Don't send the report by e-mail: hand in a hard copy.
(Evolving) List of Projects:
- Choose one of the competitions from this year's two main conferences in the field of evolutionary computation:
- Apply an evolutionary algorithm to one of the puzzles in this