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Genetically programmed learning classifier system description and results

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Genetically programmed learning classifier system description and results
An agent population can be evolved in a complex environment to perform various tasks and optimize its job performance using Learning Classifier System (LCS) technology. Due to the complexity and knowledge content of some real-world systems, having the ability to use genetic programming, GP, to represent the LCS rules provides a great benefit. Methods have been created to extend LCS theory into operation across the power-set of GP-enabled rule content. This system uses a full bucketbrigade system for GP-LCS learning. Using GP in the LCS system allows the functions and terminals of the actual problem environment to be used internally directly in the rule set, enabling more direct interpretation of the operation of the LCS system. The system was designed and built, and underwent independent testing at an advanced technology research laboratory. This paper describes the top-level operation of the system, and includes some of the results of the testing effort, and performance figures. Cate...
Gregory Anthony Harrison, Eric W. Worden
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where GECCO
Authors Gregory Anthony Harrison, Eric W. Worden
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