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Single Parent Genetic Programming Wendy Ashlock
 

Summary: Single Parent Genetic Programming
Wendy Ashlock
Roseheart Biomaths
41 Lambert Crescent
Guelph, Ontario
N1G 2R4, Canada
washlock@alumni.uchicago.edu
Dan Ashlock
Mathematics and Statistics
University of Guelph
Guelph, Ontario
N1G 2W1, Canada,
dashlock@uoguelph.ca
ABSTRACT
The most controversial part of genetic programming
is its highly disruptive and potentially innovative sub-
tree crossover operator. The clearest problem with the
crossover operator is its potential to induce defensive meta-
selection for large parse trees, a process usually termed
"bloat." Single parent genetic programming is a form

  

Source: Ashlock, Dan - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Guelph

 

Collections: Mathematics