References - who uses LiveGraph?

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LiveGraph demo at Complex'07.
LiveGraph was presented at the 8th Asia-Pacific Complex Systems Conference that took place 2-5 July 2007 in Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Australia. [details]

Academic publications

LiveGraph has been used for data analysis and presentation in a number of published papers.
Here are some references:

G. Paperin, S. Sadedin, D. Green, A. Dorin (2008).
Holey Fitness Landscapes and the Maintenance of Evolutionary Diversity.
Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Artificial Life (ALife XI), MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
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G. Paperin (2008).
Using Holey Fitness Landscapes to Counteract Premature Convergence in Evolutionary Algorithms.
Proceedings of the Graduate Student Workshop at the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference 2008 (GECCO’08)”. ACM Publishing.
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G. Paperin, D. G. Green, S. Sadedin, T. Leishman (2007).
A Dual Phase Evolution model of adaptive radiation in landscapes.
Proceedings of the 3rd Australian Conference on Artificial Life (ACAL’07), Springer LNCS, Vol. 4828/2007, pp. 131-143.
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G. Paperin, D. G. Green, A. Dorin (2007).
Fitness Landscapes in Individual-Based Simulation Models of Adaptive Radiation.
Proceedings of 2007 International Symposium on Computational Models for Life Sciences (CMLS’07), AIP Conf. Proc., Vol. 952, pp. 268-278.
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Other references

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