IEEE Signal Processing Letters () published online a study by Mr. Edward Ly (3rd year Ph.D. student) and Prof. Julián Villegas of the University of Aizu on August 10, 2023, titled "Cartesian genetic programming parameterization in the context of audio synthesis." This research is important because it shows how genetic programming can be used in the context of audio synthesis and how knowledge about possible solutions, gained from previous approaches, can improve the fitness of the found solutions.

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Name of Journal: IEEE Signal Processing Letters
Authors: Edward Ly and Julián Villegas (Department of Computer Science and Engineering)
Title: Cartesian genetic programming parameterization in the context of audio synthesis
Date of publication: 10 Aug. 2023
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