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Genetic evolution of sorting programs through a novel genotype-phenotype mapping

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posted on 24.11.2010 by Daniela Xhemali, Christopher Hinde, Roger Stone
This paper presents an adaptable genetic evolutionary system, which includes an innovative approach to mapping genotypes to phenotypes through XML rules. The evolutionary system was originally created to evolve Regular Expressions (REs) to automate the extraction of web information. However, the system has been adapted to work with a completely different domain – Complete Software Programs – to demonstrate the flexibility of this approach. Specifically, the paper concentrates on the evolution of 'Sorting' programs . Experiments show that our evolutionary system is successful and can be adapted to work for challenging domains with minimum effort.

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  • Science

Department

  • Computer Science

Citation

XHEMALI, D., HINDE, C.J. and STONE, R., 2010. Genetic evolution of sorting programs through a novel genotype-phenotype mapping. IN: Filipe, J. and Kacprzyk, J. (eds.). Proceedings of ICEC 2010, Valencia, Spain, 24th-26th October, pp. 190-198.

Publisher

INSTICC

Version

AM (Accepted Manuscript)

Publication date

2010

Notes

This is a conference paper that was contributed for ICEC 2010.

ISBN

9789898425317

Language

en

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