Presentación del paper “Evolución de FFSM para el control de bots en juegos FPS” en el MAEB 2010
September 13, 2010
December 1, 2008
Sunday, 23rd November 2008
In an interview with Valencian newspaper Levante-EMV, CAS group coordinator Anna Esparcia talks about three tools developed within NoHNES project:
- PRESAGI, for bankruptcy prediction
- EVITA, for the optimisation of inventory and transportation costs (including the calculation of vehicle routes) in retail chains
- MELiSSA, for the allocation of products to shelves in supermarkets
See full interview (in Spanish) here.
October 6, 2008
Our paper “A Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm for the Linear Shelf Space Allocation Problem” was presented at PPSN 2008 in Dortmund. The paper describes MELiSSA, a tool for allocating lengths of supermarket shelves space to products or groups of products.
The paper is available through Springer online and its abstract is as follows:
This paper presents a multiobjetive approach to solve the Linear Shelf Space Allocation Problem (LiSSAP), which consists on allocating lengths of shelves in a given shop to specific products or groups of products. Previously we gave the first steps towards the development of a commercially viable tool that used evolutionary computation to address the problem; in this paper we introduce MELiSSA, standing for Multiobjective Evolutionary Linear Shelf-Space Allocation, and test it on two real problem configurations, yielding very good results.