Associate Professor Marcus Randall obtained his doctorate from Griffith University in applied mathematics and has worked at Bond University since 1998.
He is a computer scientist with research interests in mathematics and introductory information technology. Associate Professor Randall has teaching experience in combinatorial optimisation, heuristics, search algorithms and high performance computing. He has also published a number of papers for books, journals and conferences dealing with combinatorial optimisation, meta-heuristic search techniques and parallel processing/programming.Download an extensive listing of Marcus Randall's publications.
- Tim Hendtlass, Irene Moser, and Marcus Randall (2006) Dynamic Problems and Nature Inspired Meta-Heuristics
- Marcus Randall (2006) Search space reduction as a tool for achieving intensification and diversification in ant colony optimisation
- Marcus Randall and Andrew Lewis (2006) An Extended Extremal Optimisation Model for Parallel Architectures
- Marcus Randall (2005) The Probabilistic Heuristic In Local (PHIL) Search Meta-strategy