My publications can also be viewed on my Google Scholar page.
Because my research is interdisciplinary, I publish across a variety of venues with different norms and conventions. In the interest of providing clear context for these publications, I'm experimenting with using the following symbols to give more information:
Emily Dolson, Samuel Perez, Randal Olson, and Charles Ofria. (2017). Spatial resource heterogeneity increases diversity and evolutionary potential. bioarxiv. DOI: 10.1101/148973.
Emily Dolson, Anya Vostinar, and Charles Ofria. (2015) What’s holding artificial life back from open-ended evolution? The Winnower. DOI: 10.15200/winn.152418.86598.
Emily Dolson, Alexander Lalejini, Steven Jorgensen*, and Charles Ofria. (2018). Quantifying the tape of life: Ancestry-based metrics provide insights and intuition about evolutionary dynamics. Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Artificial Life. Edited by Takashi Ikegami, Nathaniel Virgo, Olaf Witkowski, Mizuki Oka, Reiji Suzuki, and Hiroyuki Iizuka. pp. 75 - 82. DOI: 10.1162/isal_a_00020. MIT Press.
Emily L. Dolson and Charles A. Ofria. (2017). Spatial resource heterogeneity creates local hotspots of evolutionary potential. In Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Artificial Life 2017. Edited by Carole Knibbe, Guillaume Beslon, David Parsons, Dusan Misevic, Jonathan Rouzaud-Cornabas, Nicolas Bredèche, Salima Hassas, Olivier Simonin, and Hédi Soula. Vol. 14. pp. 122 – 129. DOI: 10.7551/ecal_a_023. MIT Press.
Emily L. Dolson, Michael J. Wiser, and Charles A. Ofria. (2016). The Effects of Evolution and Spatial Structure on Diversity in Biological Reserves. In Artificial Life XV: Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Conference on Artificial Life . Edited by Carlos Gershenson, Tom Froese, Jesus M. Siqueiros, Wendy Aguilar, Eduardo J. Izquierdo and Hiroki Sayama. pp. 434 – 440. DOI: 10.7551/978-0-262-33936-0-ch071. MIT Press.
Mikaela Leas*, Emily L. Dolson, Riley Annis*, Joshua R. Nahum, Laura M. Grabowski, and Charles Ofria. (2016). The Prisoner’s Dilemma, Memory, and the Early Evolution of Intelligence. In Artificial Life XV: Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Conference on Artificial Life . Edited by Carlos Gershenson, Tom Froese, Jesus M. Siqueiros, Wendy Aguilar, Eduardo J. Izquierdo and Hiroki Sayama. pp. 408 – 415. DOI: 10.7551/978-0-262-33936-0-ch068. MIT Press.
Tim Taylor, Mark Bedau, Alastair Channon, David Ackley, Wolfgang Banzhaf, Guillaume Beslon, Emily Dolson, Tom Froese, Simon Hickinbotham, Takashi Ikegami, Barry McMullin, Norman Packard, Steen Rasmussen, Nathaniel Virgo, Eran Agmon, Edward Clark, Simon McGregor, Charles Ofria, Glen Ropella, Lee Spector, Kenneth O. Stanley, Adam Stanton, Christopher Timperley, Anya Vostinar and Michael Wiser. (2016). Open-Ended Evolution: Perspectives from the OEE1 Workshop in York. Artificial Life, 22:3, 408-423. DOI: 10.1162/ARTL_a_00210. MIT Press.
These are short (usually 2-page) summaries of research published (or to be published) elsewhere. They are usually held to slightly lower peer-review standards than full papers submitted to the same venue and are often (but not always) presented as posters rather than talks.
Emily Dolson and Charles Ofria. (2018). Synthesizing Research on the Generation and Maintenance of Population Diversity. Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Artificial Life. Edited by Takashi Ikegami, Nathaniel Virgo, Olaf Witkowski, Mizuki Oka, Reiji Suzuki, and Hiroyuki Iizuka. pp. 500 - 501. DOI: 10.1162/isal_a_00091. MIT Press.
Emily Dolson and Charles Ofria. (2018). Ecological theory provides insights about evolutionary computation. In GECCO '18 Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference Companion. DOI: 10.1145/3205651.3205780.
For the time being, these are all work I have presented at Genetic Programming in Theory and Practice, a small, invitation-only conference where proceedings are published as book chapters following discussion and comments from other attendees.
Emily Dolson, Alex Lalejini, and Charles Ofria. (In press). Exploring genetic programming systems with MAP-Elites. Genetic Programing in Theory and Practice XVI. Springer.
Emily Dolson, Wolfgang Banzhaf, and Charles Ofria. (2018). Applying ecological principles to genetic programming. Genetic Programing in Theory and Practice XV. pp. 73 - 88. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-90512-9_5. Springer.