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A Historical Perspective on the Evolution of Executable Structures

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A Historical Perspective on the Evolution of Executable Structures
Genetic programming (Koza 1992) is a method of inducing behaviors represented as executable programs. The generality of the approach has spawned a proliferation of work in the evolution of executable structures that is unmatched in the history of the subject. This paper describes the standard approach to genetic programming, as defined in Koza (1992), and then presents the significant studies that preceded its inception as well as the diversification of techniques evolving executable structures that is currently underway in the field.
Peter J. Angeline
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Type Journal
Year 1998
Where FUIN
Authors Peter J. Angeline
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