In their September 2009 article in IEEE SMC-A, Dembski and Marks cite a book outside the literature on evolutionary computation as their source for the (1,2)-EA [evolutionary algorithm] which they do not identify as a (1,2)-EA. I had guessed that they had googled to locate a source with a title that would not telegraph to editors and reviewers, "This is an evolutionary algorithm."
It turns out that my guess was not so bad. DiEb has located the book online. Furthermore, s/he has found that the evolutionary algorithm it presents is quite different from the one that Dembski and Marks analyze. Is it "by chance or by design" that Dembski and Marks neglect to specify where in the book the algorithm is presented?
DiEb slyly points out that Dembski and Marks demonstrate in another book-reference that they know to give the range of pages... though they give the wrong range.