Publications I should have cited
Sometimes it is because I (or my co-author(s)) are in a hurry to meet a
deadline, other times it is because I am unaware of the prior work, through
inadequate background research, other times it is just due to lack of space.
Either way, a proportion of my publications may be missing some important
citation material. Let me know if you know of any work that should be included
on this page. I believe I am better than average in this regard, and that this
is a common sin, but in my case I aim to at least make up for it after the fact
-- the previously uncited then may get more exposure than the cited!
Anyway, so far there is one that I am keen to redress:
Haines, R. and Corne, D.W. (2006) Evolving novel and effective treatment plans
in the context of infection dynamics models: illustrated with HIV and HAART
therapy, in Parallel Problem Solving from Nature - PPSN IX, Springer
... should have cited the following, as examples of an important theme of the
paper: using good optimisation techniques to optimise treatment plans (once one
has a decent model of how a disease responds to treatment):
- Tan, K. C., Lee, T. H., Cai, J., and Chew, Y. H. (2002). Automating the
drug scheduling of cancer chemotherapy via evolutionary computation, IEEE
Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2002, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, pp. 908-913.
Villasana, M. and Ochoa,
G. (2004), Heuristic design of
IEEE Transactions on
Evolutionary Computation, 8(6):513--521.
- Andrei Petrovski, Bhavani Sudha and John McCall, Optimising Cancer
Chemotherapy Using Particle Swarm Optimisation and Genetic Algorithms, in Xin
Yao et al. (Eds.) Parallel Problem Solving from Nature VIII, 8th International
Conference Proceedings, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 3242,
pp633-641, Springer-Verlag (2004)
- Yong Liang, Kwong-Sak Leung and Tony Shu Kam Mok, (2004) Evolutionary Drug
Scheduling Model for Cancer Chemotherapy, Proc. of GECCO 2004, Springer LNCS
3103, pp. 1126--1137.