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CEC
2003
IEEE
9 years 9 months ago
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 test...
Michael Defoin-Platel, Manuel Clergue, Philippe Co...
AE
2005
Springer
9 years 9 months ago
Size Control with Maximum Homologous Crossover
Most of the Evolutionary Algorithms handling variable-sized structures, like Genetic Programming, tend to produce too long solutions and the recombination operator used is often co...
Michael Defoin-Platel, Manuel Clergue, Philippe Co...
GPEM
2000
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9 years 3 months ago
Size Fair and Homologous Tree Crossovers for Tree Genetic Programming
Abstract. Size fair and homologous crossover genetic operators for tree based genetic programming are described and tested. Both produce considerably reduced increases in program s...
William B. Langdon
BMCBI
2007
144views more  BMCBI 2007»
9 years 3 months ago
Motif kernel generated by genetic programming improves remote homology and fold detection
Background: Protein remote homology detection is a central problem in computational biology. Most recent methods train support vector machines to discriminate between related and ...
Tony Håndstad, Arne J. H. Hestnes, Pål...
GECCO
2007
Springer
186views Optimization» more  GECCO 2007»
9 years 9 months ago
Evolving controllers for simulated car racing using object oriented genetic programming
Several different controller representations are compared on a non-trivial problem in simulated car racing, with respect to learning speed and final fitness. The controller rep...
Alexandros Agapitos, Julian Togelius, Simon M. Luc...
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