Dr. Gary B Lamont
Professor

 

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Education

Ph.D., University of Minnesota Institute of Technology, 1970
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE),University of Minnesota Institute of Technology, 1967
Bachelor of Physics (B. Phys.),University of Minnesota Institute of Technology, 1961

Awards

IEEE Fritz Russ Bio-Engineering Award, 2008
IEEE Senior Life Member, 2004
Eta Kappa Nu AFIT Teacher of the Year, 2002
WPAFB Professional Employee of the Year, 1981

Publications

Books (5)

  - Evolutionary Algorithms for Solving Multi-Objective Problems, Springer, 2007, 2nd Revised Edition
            (authors: Carlos A. Coello Coello, Gary B. Lamont, David A. Van Veldhuizen)
  - Applications of Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithms, World Scientific Publishing, 2007
            (editors: Carlos A. Coello Coello and Gary B. Lamont)
  - Evolutionary Algorithms for Solving Multi-Objective Problems, Kluwer, June, 2002 
            (authors: Carlos A. Coello Coello, David A. Van Veldhuizen, and Gary B. Lamont)
   - Digital Control Systems: Theory, Hardware, Software, McGraw-Hill, 1992, 2nd Revised Edition
            (authors: Constantine Houpis and Gary B. Lamont)
    - Digital Control Systems: Theory, Hardware, Software, McGraw-Hill, 1985
            (authors: Constantine Houpis and Gary B. Lamont)
 
Book Chapters (8) –
“Evolutionary Multi-Objective Optimization in Assignments Problems,” in Multi-ObjectiveOptimization in Computational Intelligence: theory and Practice, 29 pages, IRM Press, March, 2008 authors: Mark P. Kleeman and Gary B. Lamont)
“Evolutionary Multi-Objective Optimization in Military Applications,” in Multi-Objective Optimization
in Computational Intelligence: Theory and Practice
, 47 pages, IRM Press, March, 2008 
(authors: Mark P. Kleeman and Gary B. Lamont)
“Scheduling of a Combined Flow-Shop, Job-Shop Scheduling Problem using an MOEA with a Variable  Length Chromosome,” in Evolutionary Scheduling, Chapter 3, pages 49-99, Springer , Volume 49 of the Book Series on Studies in Computational Intelligence, ISBN 978-3-540-48582-7, March, 2007.    
(authors: Mark P. Kleeman and Gary B. Lamont) 
“Parallel Evolutionary Computations in Discerning Protein Structures,” in Parallel Computing for
Bioinformatics,
 Wiley (Ed Zomaya, ed.), pp. 459-486 2005 (authors: Richard Day and Gary B. Lamont)
“An Introduction to MOEAs and Their Applications,” in Applications of Multi-Objective Evolutionary
Algorithms
, World Scientific, 2004 (authors: Richard Day, Mark Kleeman and Gary B. Lamont)
“Evolutionary Algorithms in Protein Structure Prediction”, Chapter 7 in Evolutionary Computation in
Bioinformatics
, Editor, David Corne, 2002 (authors: Laurence D. Merkle and Gary B. Lamont)
“A Distributed Architecture for a Self-Adaptive Computer Virus Immune System,” Chapter 1 in New 
Ideas in Optimization
, McGraw-Hill Ltd., 1999, pp167-184, (authors: Gary B. Lamont, Robert Marmelstein, David Van Veldhuizen). 
“Digital Control Systems, Chapter 11 in System Modeling and Computer Simulation, CRC Press, 1996, 
pp 455-538 (author: Gary B. Lamont)
 
Papers – (incomplete - over 200; 1970-2012)
2013
1. Resource Management Construct for an Adaptive Electronic Support Receiver,  IEEE
transactions on Aerospace and Electronic System,  10 pages (2 column), submitted June 2013 (authors: Jeremy Stringer*, Geoffrey Akers and Gary Lamont)
2. Evolutionary Sensor Allocation for the Space Surveillance Network, IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation, 11 pages (2 column), Submitted May 2013, (authors; Gabriel Greve*, Kenneth Hopkinson, Gary Lamont)
 
3. Intrusion Detection system allocation at the Nash Equilibrium,International Journal of Computer Games Technology, 9 pages (2 column), submitted June 2013 (authors: Karl Sickendick*, Gary Lamont) 
 
 
2012
1.  Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithm Determined Radar Phase Codes, IEEE Radar Conference, ISBN 978-1-4673-0658-4, pp161-166, May, 2012 (authors: Jeremy Stringer*, Gary Lamont, and Geoffrey Akers)

 
2. Consideration for Adaptive Wideband Digital Beamforming for MUD-WASP, Tri-Services Radar Symposium, June, 2012 (authors: Jeremy Stringer*, Geoffrey Akers, and Gary Lamont)

3. Radar Phase-Coded Waveform Design using MOEAs, IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC), July, 2012, (authors: Jeremy Stringer*, Gary Lamont, and Geoffrey Akers)
 
 
2011
1.Determining Solution Space Characteristics for Real-Time Strategy,  International Journal of Computer Games Technology (authors: Kurt Weissgerber, Gary Lamont, Brett Borghetti and Gilbert Peterson) 
 
2.Multi Agent Systems on Military Networks, 2011 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence - Cyber Security (SSCI), April, 2011 (authors:  David L. Hancock, Gary B. Lamont)
3. Reputation in a Multi Agent System for Flow-Based Network Attack Classification, 2011 IEEE Symposium on Intelligence Agents (IA), April, 2011 (authors: David L. Hancock, Gary B. Lamont)
4. Multi Agent System for Network Attack Classification using flow-Based Intrusion Detection, 2011 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Algorithms (CEC) , June, 2011.(authors: David L. Hancock, Gary B. Lamont)
5. Solving Multicommodity Capacitated Network Design Problems using Multiobjective EvolutionaryAlgorithms, (authors: Mark P. Kleeman, Benjamin A. Seibert, Gary B. Lamont, Kenneth M. Hopkinson and Scott R. Graham) “accepted by IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Algorithms”
6.   Predicting Real Time Strategy Game Outcomes with a Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithms (authors: Kurt Weissgerber*, Brett Borghetti, Gary Lamont, and Gilbert Peterson), submitted to IEEE Transactions on Computational Intelligence and AI in Games,

 2009 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), 8-12 July, Montreal, Canada (Eric M. Holloway and Gary B. Lamont)
3. .Evolved transforms improve image compression, SPIE Electronic Newsroom Magazine, Electronic Imaging & Signal Processing Section, 5 pages, 3 February 2009  DOI: 10.1117/2.1200901.1431 (authors: Frank Moore, Brendan Babb, Michael Peterson, Gary Lamont)
4.  Efficiently Determining Wavelet Coefficients for Image Processing by Applying Distributed Genetic Algorithms,, SPIE Defense Security and Sensing Conference , Evolutionary and Bio-Inspired Computation: Theory and Applications III, April 2009 (authors:  Martin Gilligan, Michael R. Peterson, Gary B. Lamont)
5. Creating a Two Layered Augmented Artificial Immune System for Application to Computer Network Intrusion Detection, SPIE Defense Security and Sensing Conference , Evolutionary and Bio-Inspired Computation: Theory and Applications III, April 2009 (authors: Matthew Judge, Gary B. Lamont)
6. The Role of Wavelet Coefficients in Fitness Landscapes of Image Transforms for Defense Applications, SPIE Defense Security and Sensing Conference , Evolutionary and Bio-Inspired Computation: Theory and Applications III, April 2009 (authors: Michael Peterson, Gary Lamont, Frank Moore)
7.  Multiobjective Tuning of a Multi-target Tracking Algorithm using an Evolutionary Algorithm,  IEEE 2009 Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI), April, 2009 (Authors: Barry Secrest & G. Lamont)
8.  Network Security Using Self Organized Agent Swarms, IEEE 2009 Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI), April, 2009 (authors: Eric Holloway, Gary Lamont)

9.Towards Automated Feature Selection in Real-Time Strategy Games, Gameon North America, ‘09 Conference, August, 2009, “BEST PAPER AWARD.” (authors:Kurt Weissgerber, Brett Borghetti, Gary Lamont, Michael Mendenhall)

 
2009-2010

1. Self Organized Multi-Agent Entangled Hierarchies for Network Security,  2009 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), 8-12 July, Montreal, Canada (Eric M. Holloway and Gary B. Lamont)
2.
Military Network Security using Self Organized Multi-Agent Entangled Hierarchies,
2008

1. Improving Image Resolution with Edge-Targeted Filter Evolution, 2008 IEEE Aerospace Conference,
Bozeman, Montana, 1-8 March, 2008 (authors: Michael R. Peterson and Gary B. Lamont)
2. Fitness Landscape Analysis of Evolved Image Transforms for Defense Applications, 2008 SPIE Defense Security Symposium, Miami, FL, 17-30 March, 2008 (authors: Michael R. Peterson, and Gary B. Lamont)
3. Autonomous Agent Behavior Generation Using Multiobjective Evolutionary Optimizatino, ACM   
Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), Atlanta, GA, 12-16 July, 2008
(authors: Dustin J. Nowak and Gary B. Lamont)
4. Emergent Architecture in Self Organized Swarm Systems for Military Applications, ACM Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), Atlanta, GA, 12-16 July, 2008
(authors: Dustin J. Nowak, Gary B. Lamont, Gilbert L. Peterson)
 5. Autonomous Self Organized UAV Swarm Systems, National Aerospace and Electronics Conference
    (NAECON), Dayton , OH, July, 2008 (authors: Dustin J. Nowak and Gary B. Lamont)
 6. LSA-2m Image Registration for Formation Flying, National Aerospace and Electronics Conference
(NAECON), Dayton , OH, July, 2008 (R.L. Ewing, B.A. Kadrovach, M.D. Eyster, G.B. Lamont, and M.L. Talbert)
 7. Design of a Regional Navigation Satellite System Constellation Using Genetic Algorithms, Institute of Navigation Satellite Technical Meeting, GPS & GLONASS Modernization, QZSS, and Other GNSS 2 Session, Best Presentation Award,August, 2008  (authors: Halil Ibrahim Ozdemir, John F. Raquet and Gary B. Lamont)
 8. Improved satellite image compression and reconstruction via genetic algorithms, Electro-Optical Remote Sensing,  Photonic Technologies, and Applications II Conference, SPIE Symposium on Optics/Photonics in Security & Defense, v. 7114, September 2008, Wales, UK
 (authors: Brendan Babb, Frank Moore, Michael Peterson, and Gary Lamont)
 9. Multi-objective UAV Mission Planning Using Evolutionary Computation, Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), December, 2008 (authors: Adam J. Pohl and Gary B. Lamont)
10. Solving Multicommodity Capacitated Network Design Problems using a Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithms (authors: Mark P. Kleeman, Benjamin A. Seibert, Gary B. Lamont, Kenneth M. Hopkinson and Scott R. Graham)   “submitted to IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation April 2009”
11. Self Organized Genetic Algorithms Applied to Self Organized Unmanned Ariel Vehicle Swarms, (authors: Dustin Nowak and Gary B. Lamont) “submitted to IEEE TEC 2009 Special Issue on Swarm Intelligence; rejected for special issue with suggest revisions; paper being revised and resubmitted”


 
2007
1.FastPGA: A Dynamic Population Sizing Approach for Solving Expensive Multiobjective Optimization Problems, 4th Int’l Conference on Evolutionary Multi-Criterion Optimization, pp 141-155, Matsushima, Japan, March, 2007 (authors: H. Eskandari, G. Geiger, Gary Lamont)
2. A Multi-tiered Memetic Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm for the Design of Quantum Cascade Lasers, 4th Int’l Conference on Evolutionary Multi-Criterion Optimization, pp 186-200, Matsushima, Japan, March, 2007(authors: Mark Kleeman, Gary Lamont, Adam Cooney, Thomas Nelson)
3. The Multi-objective Constrained Assignment Problem, SPIE Defense and Security Symposium, pp 656306-1 to 656306-13, March, 2007 (authors: Mark P. Kleeman, Gary B. Lamont)
4. Evolving Military-Grade Image Transforms Using State-of-the-Art Variation Operators, SPIE Defense and  Security Symposium, pp 65630H-1 to 65630H-12, March, 2007 
(authors: Michael Peterson, Gary Lamont, Frank Moore, Patrick Marshall)
5. Solving Multicommodity Capacitated Network Design Problems using a Multiobjective Evolutionary
Algorithm,
2007 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence, CISDA, pp 33-41, April, 2007 
(authors: Mark Kleeman, Gary Lamont, Kenneth Hopkinson, Scott Graham) (Best Paper Award Nominee)
6  UAV swarm mission planning and routing using multi-objective evolutionary algorithms    (Authors: Gary Lamont, James Slear, Kenneth Melende, 2007 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence, MDCM, pp 10-20, April, 2007
7. An Artificial Immune System-Inspired Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm with Application to the
Detection of Distributed Computer Network Intrusion,
ACM Genetic and Evolutionary Computation
Conference (GECCO), London, England, July, 2007 (authors: Charles Haag, Gary Lamont, Paul Williams, Gilbert Peterson)
8.jREMISA: A Open-Source Software Engineering-disciplined Artificial Immune System-inspired Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm Applied to the Intrusion Detection Problem, ACM Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), London, England, July, 2007 (authors: Charles Haag, Gary Lamont)
9. Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithms for Designing Capacitated Network Centric Communications, ACM Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), London, England, July, 2007 (authors: Mark Kleeman, Gary Lamont)
10.Targeted Filter Evolution for Improved Image Reconstruction Resolution, ACM Genetic and Evolutionary
 Computation Conference (GECCO), London, England, July, 2007 
 (authors: Michael Peterson, Gary Lamont, Frank Moore)
11.An Artificial Immune System-Inspired Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm with Application to the
Detection of Distributed computer Network Intrusions,
6th International Conference on Artificial Immune
Systems (ICARIS 2007), August, 2007, Santos, Brazil (authors: C. Haag, G. Lamont, P. Williams, G. Peterson)
12.
Variation Operator Performance for Evolved Image Reconstruction Transforms, IEEE International
Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC 2007), Montreal, Canada, October, 2007,
(authors: M. Peterson, Gary Lamont, Frank Moore)
13.Self Organized UAV Swarm Planning Optimization For Search And Destroy Using Swarmfare Simulation, Winter Simulation Conference, Washington, D.C., December 2007 
(authors:
Dustin J. Nowak, Ian Price, and Gary B. Lamont)
 
2006

1.Improved Evolutionary Search for Image Reconstruction Transforms, IEEE Congress on Evolutionary
Computation (CEC) pp 2880-2887, July, 2006 (authors: Michael Peterson, Gary Lamont, Frank Moore)
2. Linear Ensemble Antennas Resulting from the Optimization of Log Periodic Dipole Arrays Using Genetic
Algorithms
, IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC), pp 3189-3196, July, 2006 
(authors: Timothy Pitzer, James Fellows, Gary Lamont, Terzuoli Andrew)
3. Co-evolutionary Multi-Objective EAs: The Next Frontier?, IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC), pp 1726-1735, July, 2006 (authors: Mark Kleeman, Gary Lamont)
4. Improved Evolutionary Search for Image Reconstruction Transforms, Workshop on Military and Security
applications, ACM Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO) July, 2006
(authors: Michael Peterson, Gary Lamont, Frank Moore)
5. A Retrovirus Inspired Algorithm for Virus Detection & Optimization, ACM Genetic and Evolutionary
Computation Conference (GECCO), pp 103-110, July, 2006 (authors: Kenneth Edge, Gary Lamont, Richard Raines)
6. The Multi-Objective Constrained Assignment Problem, ACM Genetic and Evolutionary Computation
Conference (GECCO), pp 743-744, July, 2006 (authors: Mark Kleeman, Gary Lamont)
7. An Environment For Develop Executable Enterprise Model, Summer Computer Simulation Conference,
August, 2006 (authors: James Slear, Gary Lamont, Kenneth Melendez)
8. Genetic Algorithm Directed Self-Organized Search and Attack UAV Swarms, Winter Simulation Conference,pp 1307-1315, December, 2006 (authors: Ian Price, Gary Lamont)

2004-2005

1.  Optimization of a Quantum Cascade Laser Using a Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm, Multiple Criteria Decision Making Int’l conference (MCDM), August, 2004, (authors: Traci A. Keller and Gary B. Lamont)
2.Extended Multi-Objective fast messy Genetic Algorithm Solving Deception Problems, 3rd Int’l Conference on Evolutionary Multi-Criterion Optimization (EMO), March, 2005 (authors: Richard Day and Gary Lamont)
3. Solving the Aircraft Engine Maintenance Scheduling Problem using a Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithm, 3rd Int’l Conference on Evolutionary Multi-Criterion Optimization (EMO), March, 2005 
(authors: Mark Kleeman and Gary B. Lamont)
4. Multiobjective Quadratic Assignment Problem solved by an explicit Building Blocked Search Algorithm – MOMGAIIa,  5th European Conference on Evolutionary Computation in Combinatorial Optimization (E
voCOP2005), April 2005 (authors: Richard Day and Gary Lamont)
5. An Evolutionary Algorithm to Generate HyperEllipsoid Detectors for Negative SelectionGenetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), June 2005 (authors:Joseph Shapiro, Gary B. Lamont, Gilbert L. Peterson)
6. Aircraft Engine Maintenance Scheduling Using a Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm, Genetic and EvolutionaryComputation Conference (GECCO), June 2005(authors: Mark P. Kleeman and Gary B. Lamont)
7. A Genetic Algorithm for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Routing, Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), June 2005(authors: Matthew Russell and Gary B. Lamont)
8. Design of Digital Amplitude-Phase Keying Symbol Sets with M-ary Alphabets using an MOEA, Genetic an Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), June 2005 (authors: Richard O. Day, Gary B. Lamont, Abel Nunez)
 
2003

1.Considerations in Engineering Parallel Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithms, IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation, Vol. 7, Issue 2, April 2003, pp 144-173 (authors: David Van Veldhuizen, Jesse Zydallis, Gary B. Lamont)
2. Multi-Objective Meta Level Optimization of a Load Balancing Evolutionary Algorithm, 2nd International
Conference on Evolutionary Multi-Objective Optimization (EMO’03), April 8-11, 2003 (authors: David Caswell and Gary B. Lamont)
3. Different Multi-Objective Evolutionary Programming Approaches for Detecting Computer Network Attacks, 2nd International Conference on Evolutionary Multi-Objective Optimization (EMO’03), April 8-11, 2003 (authors: Kevin Anchor,Jesse Zydallis, Gary B. Lamont, Gregg Gunsch)
4. Protein Structure Prediction by Applying an Evolutionary Algorithm, 2nd IEEE International Workshop on High Performance Computational Biology (HiCOMB), as part of International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS’03), April 22-26, 2003 (authors: Richard Day, Gary B. Lamont, Ruth Pachter)
2002
1. An Artificial Immune System Architecture for Computer Security Applications, IEEE Transactions on EvolutionaryComputation, June 2002 (authors: Paul Williams, Kevin Anchor, John Bebo, Gary Lamont , Gregg Gunsch)
2. Load Balancing for Heterogeneous Clusters of PCs, Future Generation Computer Systems Journal, Elsevier, vol 18, pp 389-400, 2002 (authors: Christopher Bohn and Gary B. Lamont)
3. Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithm Approach for Solving Integer Based Optimization Problems, Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO’02), July 9-13, 2002 
(authors: Jesse Zydallis, Todd Sriver, Gary B. Lamont)
4.Evolutionary Programming Based Stratified Design Space Sampling, Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO’02), July 9-13, 2002 (authors: Brian Beachkofski and Gary Lamont)
5.  Multi-Objective Evolutionary Programming Approaches for Detecting Computer Network Attacks, Workshop on Multiobjective Problem Solving from Nature in association with PPSN VII: The Seventh International Conference on Parallel Problem Solving from Nature, September 7-11, 2002 
 (authors: Kevin Anchor, Jesse Zydallis, Gary B. Lamont, Gregg Gunsch)
6. A Statistical Comparison of Parallel Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm Models Using the MOMGA-II, The Second Workshop on Multiobjective Problem Solving from Nature (MPSN-II) in association with   PPSN VII: The Seventh International Conference on Parallel Problem Solving from Nature, September 7 -11, 2002
(authors: Jesse Zydallis, David Van Veldhuizen, Gary B. Lamont)
7. Extending the Computer Defense Immune System: Network Intrusion Detection with a Multi-Objective Evolutionary Programming Approach, 1st International Conference on Artificial Immune Systems (ICARIS’02), Sept. 9-11, 2002 (authors: Kevin Anchor, Jesse Zydallis, Gary B. Lamont, Gregg Gunsch)
8. A Genetic Algorithm Approach to Solving the Protein Structure Prediction Problem, IEE Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information & Engineering Systems Conference (KES’02), September 16-18, 2002 
(authors: Richard Day, Jesse Zydallis, Gary Lamont, Ruth Pachter, )
2001
1. Multidisciplinary Collaboration Methodology for Smart Perception System-on-a-Chip (SOC), Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, Vol 28, Number 2, pp. 179-190, August, 2001 
(authors: Gary B. Lamont, Hoda S. Abdel-Aty-Zohdy, Robert L. Ewing)
2.  Analysis of Fine Granularity and Building Block Sizes in the Parallel Fast Messy GA, 2002 Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC’02), May 12-17, 2002  (authors: Richard O. Day, Jesse B. Zydallis, Gary B. Lamont, and Ruth Pachter)
3. Genetic Algorithm Approach to Protein Structure Prediction (PSP), Proceedings of Evolutionary Methods for Design, Optimization and Control with Applications to Industrial Problems (EUROGEN 2001), Sept. 19-21, 2001 (authors: Richard O. Day, Jesse B. Zydallis, Gary B. Lamont, Steven R. Michaud, Ruth Pachter)
4. Protein Structure Prediction with EA Immunological Computation, Proceedings of Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO’01), July 7-11, 2001 (authors: Steven R. Michaud, Jesse B. Zydallis, Paul K. Harmer, Gary B. Lamont, Ruth Pachter)
5. Use of Mendelian Pressure in a Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithm, 2002 Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC’02), May 12-17, 2002 (authors: Anthony Kadrovach, Jesse B. Zydallis, Gary B. Lamont)
6.  Wire-Antenna Geometry Design with Multiobjective Genetic Algorithms, 2002 Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC’02), May 12-17, 2002 (authors: David J. Caswell and Gary B. Lamont)
7. Issues in Parallelizing Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithms for Real World Applications, Proceedings of ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, (SAC’02), Madrid, Spain, March 2002 
(authors: David A. Van Veldhuizen, Jesse B. Zydallis, Gary B. Lamont)
8. Protein Structure Prediction with EA Immunological Computation, Proceedings of 2001 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO’01), July 7-11, 2001, pp 1367-1374 
(authors: Steven R. Michaud, Jesse B. Zydallis, Paul K. Harmer, Gary Lamont, Ruth Pachter)
9. Extending the Simple Genetic Algorithm into Multi-Objective Problems via Mendelian Pressure, Proceedings of 2001 GECCO workshop on Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithms, July 7-11, 2001, pp 181-188 (authors: B. A. Kadrovach, S. R. Michaud, J. B. Zydallis, B. Secrest, D. Strong, G Lamont)
2000
1. Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithms: Analyzing the State-of-the-Art, Journal of Evolutionary Computation, MIT Press, Summer 2000, Volume 8, Number 2, pp125-148 (authors: David Van Veldhuizen and Gary Lamont)
2. Multiobjective Optimization with Messy Genetic Algorithms, Proceedings of ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, pp. 470-476, Lake Como, Italy, 19-21 March 2000 (authors: Gary B. Lamont and David VanVeldhuizen,)
3. Unifying Traditional Software Engineering Methods for Effective Distributed Object System Design, Proceedings of the Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications Conference (PDPTA2000), Las Vegas NV, 26-30 June 2000, (authors: Gary B. Lamont and James Douglas)
4. An Agent Based Architecture for a Computer Virus Immune System, Proceedings of the 2000 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO2000), Las Vegas NV, 8-13 July 2000 (authors: Gary B. Lamont and Paul Harmer)
5. Measuring Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm Performance, Proceedings of the 2000 Congress on Evolutionary Computation (authors: Gary B. Lamont and David Van Veldhuizen)
6. Messy GA Based Multi-Objective Optimization: A Comparitive Statistical Analysis, 6th Parallel Programming Systems in Nature (PPSN) Conference Workshop, Paris, France, 16-20 September 2000 
(authors: Gary B. Lamont, Jesse Zydallis, and David Van Veldhuizen,)
7. Implementation and Test of Wave Optics Code Using Parallel FFT Algorithms, 2000 EOS/SPIE Symposium on Remote Sensing, Barcelona, Spain, 25-29 September 2000 (authors: Eric P.Magee, David Strong, and Gary B. Lamont,
8. Implementation and Test of Wave Optics Code Using Parallel FFT Algorithms, Optics in Atmospheric Propagation and Adaptive Systems VI, Proceedings of SPIE, Vol, 4167, pp. 34-42, 2000 (authors: D.M Strong., E.P. Magee, and G.B. Lamont).
 
1999

1. Asymmetric Load Balancing on a Heterogeneous Cluster ofPCs, 1999 Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques  & Applications Conference,PDPTA'99, pp. 2515-2522, Las Vegas NV, June 1999 (authors: C. Bohn and G.B. Lamont)
2. A Concurrent Approach for Evolving Compact DataSets, SPIE, Vol II, pp. 3695-6, Orlando FL, 5-9 April 1999 (authors: R. E. Marmelstein and G.B. Lamont)
3. A New Approach for Evolving Clusters, , Proceedingsof the 1999 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, SAC'99, pp. 268-274, San AntonioTX, 28 Feb-2 Mar 99 (authors: R. E. Marmelstein and G.B. Lamont,)
4. Parallelizing the Multiple Objective EvolutionaryAlgorithm, 9th SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing,San Antonio TX, 22-24 Mar 99 (authors: D. A. Van Veldhuizen and G.B. Lamont)
5. Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm Test Suites, Proceedings of 1999 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, SAC'99, pp. 351357, San Antonio TX, 28 Feb-2 March 1999 (authors: D. A. Van Veldhuizen and G.B. Lamont)
6. Parallel Real-Valued Genetic Algorithm for Bio-Remediation Optimization of TCE-Contaminated Groundwater, IEEE 1999 Congress on Evolutionary Computation, pp. 2183-2189, Washington DC, 6-9 July 1999 (authors: C. J. Garrett, Huang, G.B. Lamont, and M. Goltz)
 
1998
1.  Evolutionary Algorithms Combined with Deterministic Search. Evolutionary Programming 1998: pp 517-526 (authors: Gary B. Lamont, Scott M. Brown,  and George H. Gates Jr)
2.  Scalability of an MPI-based fast messy genetic algorithm, 1998 ACM 
Symposium on Applied Computing  (SAC 1998) pp 386-393 (authors: Laurence D. Merkle, George H. Gates Jr., Gary B. Lamont)
1997
1. A Random Function Based Framework for Evolutionary Algorithms., International Conference on Genetic Algorithms, (ICGA 1997) , pp 105-112 (authors: Laurence D. Merkle, Gary B. Lamont
2.   Case Studies in Protein Structure Prediction with Real-valued Genetic Algorithms, PPSC 1997, 
 (authors: Charles E. Kaiser, Laurence D. Merkle, Gary B. Lamont, George H. Gates Jr. and Ruth Pachter
3. Polypeptide structure prediction: real-value versus binary hybrid genetic algorithms. 1997 ACM 
Symposium on Applied Computing  (SAC 1997), pp 279-286 (authors: Charles E. Kaiser, Gary B. Lamont, Laurence D. Merkle, George H. Gates Jr. and Ruth Pachter)
1996

1. Hybrid Genetic Algorithms for Minimization of a Polypeptide Specific Energy Model, 1996 IEEE International Conference on Evolutionary Computation (ICEC 1996), pp 396-400 (authors: Laurence D. Merkle, Gary B. Lamont, George H. Gates Jr. and Ruth Pachter)
2. Hybrid genetic algorithms for polypeptide energy minimization. 1996 ACM 
Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC 1996), pp305-311 (authors: Laurence D. Merkle, Robert L. Gaulke, Gary B. Lamont, George H. Gates Jr. and Ruth Pachter)
1995
1. Multicriteria vehicle route-planning Using  Parallel A* search, 1995 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing  (SAC 1995), pp171-176 1994 (authors: Michael S. Gudaitis, Gary B. Lamont and Andrew 1. Terzuoli)
2. An initial analysis of data parallelism in the fast messy genetic algorithm. 1995 ACM 
Symposium on Applied Computing  SAC 1995, pp 488-492 (authors: Laurence D. Merkle and Gary B. Lamont)
3. Parallel Simple and Fast Messy GAs for Protein Structure Prediction, Proceedings of the Intel Supercomputer Users Group (ISUG 1995), Annual North America Users Conference, Beaverton, Oregon, 1995 (authors: George Gates and Gary B. Lamont)
1994
1.  Application of the Parallel Fast Messy Genetic Algorithm to the Protein Folding Problem, Proceedings of the Intel Supercomputer Users  Group (ISUG 1994), San Diego, Calif, June 26-29, 1994 
(authors: L. D. Merkle, G. H. Gates, Jr., and G. B. Lamont)
1993
I. Comparison of Parallel Messy Genetic Algorithm Data Distribution Strategies, International Conference on Genetic Algorithms (ICGA 1993), pp191-198 (authors: Laurence D. Merkle and Gary B. Lamont)
2. A Parallelized Search Strategy for Solving a Multicriteria Aircraft Routing Problem.  1993 ACM 
Symposium on Applied Computing  (SAC 1993), pp570-577 (authors: James 1. Grimm, Gary B. Lamont, Andrew 1. Terzuoli)
 
1978
1. Validation ofDEC-10 Closed Queueing Network, International CMGConference 1978, pp 143-151 
 (authors: Harold E. Saxton and Gary B. Lamont)
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