Mauro Castelli

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Mauro Castelli

Identification

Mauro Castelli, Invited Assistant Professor,
Doctor in Computer Science (Universidade Nova de Lisboa - Portugal)

Contacts

Telephone: 213828610208
Fax: 213828611
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Research Interests

My current area of scientific activity is in the field of computer science. In particular, he is working in the following areas: Evolutionary Computation, Genetic Programming, Genetic Algorithms, Swarm Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Soft Computing, Heuristics for Combinatorial Optimization.

Five Recent Publications

    • 1) Mauro Castelli, Leonardo Vanneschi, Sara Silva: Prediction of the Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale assessment using a genetic programming system with geometric semantic genetic operators. Expert Syst. Appl. 41(10): 4608-4616 (2014).
    • 2) Leonardo Vanneschi, Mauro Castelli, Sara Silva: A survey of semantic methods in genetic programming. Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines 15(2): 195-214 (2014).
    • 3) Mauro Castelli, Sara Silva, Luca Manzoni, Leonardo Vanneschi: Geometric Selective Harmony Search. Inf. Sci. 279: 468-482 (2014).
    • 4) Mauro Castelli, Leonardo Vanneschi: Genetic algorithm with variable neighborhood search for the optimal allocation of goods in shop shelves. Oper. Res. Lett. 42(5): 355-360 (2014).
    • 5) Mauro Castelli, Leonardo Vanneschi, Sara Silva: Semantic Search-Based Genetic Programming and the Effect of Intron Deletion. IEEE T. Cybernetics 44(1): 103-113 (2014).
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