Saturday, 2 March 2013

Calling Google Scholar...

Google's good, but not perfect. The number of people linking to sites with egregious nonsense about my personal details written by agenda-driven Kooks has boosted their credibility.

No matter.

A bigger problem is that Google Scholar isn't tracking my work very well. Only 60% of my papers are listed. So here's a definitive list that their webcrawlers should understand. With luck.

 Using Meta-Genetic Algorithms to tune parameters of Genetic Algorithms to fi nd lowest energy Molecular Conformers
ZE Brain, MA Addicoat  
Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems

Simulation Case Study - xtUML in agile development
A Vincent, AE Brain  
Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Simulation and Training Conference SIMTECT 2004

Optimization of a genetic algorithm for searching molecular conformer space
ZE Brain, MA Addicoat
The Journal of chemical physics 135 (17), 174106-174106-10

Optimization of a Genetic Algorithm for the Functionalization of Fullerenes
MA Addicoat, AJ Page, ZE Brain, L Flack, K Morokuma, S Irle
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 8 (5), 1841-1851

Using a Meta-GA for parametric optimization of simple GAs in the computational chemistry domain
MA Addicoat, ZE Brain
Proceedings of the 12th annual conference on Genetic and evolutionary computation

Meta-Genetic Algorithms, Molecules, and Supercomputers
MA Addicoat, ZE Brain
Poster, SC10 Conference on High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis

Please go fetch, there's a good robot. 

1 comment:

Angel said...

I wonder... when I followed the links that you posted, I noticed that for those that took me to Google Scholar, at the top of the page it has your photo, name, the name of your university, and apparently your area of expertise..... Genetic Alhorithms (as opposed to Genetic Algorithms). Might that typo be the cause of the issues you are having with Google Scholar?