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Linear Genetic Programming

Brameier, Markus F., Banzhaf, Wolfgang

2007, XIII, 315 p.

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From the reviews:

"This is a very good book. It provides a well organized description of linear genetic programming (LGP). Much material, previously only available in research papers, has been consolidated, reorganized and extended for this book. … This book is primarily for the evolutionary computing researcher … . Post graduate students in genetic programming should read this book … . The book should be in university libraries. Considering the cost of many books these days this one is very well priced for its size and content." (Vic Ciesielski, Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines, Vol. 9, 2008)

"This book addresses a subfield of genetic programming, where solutions are represented by a sequence of instructions in an imperative programming language, such as C. Genetic programming is an iterative search algorithm based loosely on the concepts of biological evolution. … Brameier and Banzhaf present a thorough overview that will serve as an excellent resource for graduate students, academics, and practitioners, who choose to work with linear genetic programming." (Steven Gustafson, ACM Computing Reviews, Vol. 49 (8), August, 2008)

 

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