A Field Guide to Genetic Programming
by R. Poli, W. B. Langdon, N. F. McPhee
Publisher: Lulu.com 2008
Number of pages: 252
Genetic programming is a systematic method for getting computers to solve problems automatically starting from a high-level statement of what needs to be done. GP has generated a plethora of human-competitive results and applications, including novel scientific discoveries and patentable inventions. This unique overview of this exciting technique is written by three of the most active scientists in GP.
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by Adam Marczyk - The TalkOrigins Archive
Creationists argue that evolutionary processes cannot create new information, or that evolution has no practical benefits. This article disproves those claims by describing the explosive growth and widespread applications of genetic algorithms.
by Witold Kosinski - InTech
With the recent trends towards massive data sets and significant computational power, evolutionary computation is becoming much more relevant to practice. The book presents recent improvements, ideas and concepts in a part of a huge EA field.
by L. Spector, W.B. Langdon, U. O'Reilly, P.J. Angeline - The MIT Press
Genetic programming is a form of evolutionary computation that evolves programs and program-like executable structures for developing reliable applications. This volume highlights the recent technical advances in this increasingly popular field.
by Moshe Sipper - Lulu.com
Moshe Sipper and his group have produced a plethora of award-winning results, in numerous games of diverse natures, evidencing the efficiency of evolutionary algorithms in general at producing top-notch, human-competitive game strategies.