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Homology gives size control in genetic programming

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Homology gives size control in genetic programming
Abstract- The Maximum Homologous Crossover attempts to preserve similar structures from parents by aligning them according to their homology. In this paper, it is successfully tested on the classical Even-N Parity Problem where it demonstrates interesting abilities in bloat reduction. Then, we show that this operator gives an accurate control of the size of programs during the evolution and thus, allows the development of new strategies for the search space exploration.
Michael Defoin-Platel, Manuel Clergue, Philippe Co
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where CEC
Authors Michael Defoin-Platel, Manuel Clergue, Philippe Collard
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