Darwinian invention and problem solving by means of genetic programming

  • Koza J
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Genetic programming, an extension of the genetic algorithm, can be used to make a computer solve a problem without explicitly programming it. This article demonstrates that genetic programming is capable of automatically creating computer programs from a high-level statement of a problem's requirements and of producing human-competitive results. Three illustrative problems of automatic circuit synthesis of analog electrical circuits are considered for this purpose.

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  • J R Koza

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