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- David H. Wolpert
- Neural Networks
- 1992

This paper introduces stacked generalization, a scheme for minimizing the generalization error rate of one or more generalizers. Stacked generalization works by deducing the biases of the… (More)

- David H. Wolpert, William G. Macready
- IEEE Trans. Evolutionary Computation
- 1997

A framework is developed to explore the connection between e ective optimization algorithms and the problems they are solving A number of no free lunch NFL theorems are presented that establish that… (More)

- Ron Kohavi, David H. Wolpert
- ICML
- 1996

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We show that all algorithms that search for an extremum of a cost function perform exactly the same when averaged over all possible cost functions In particular if algorithm A outperforms algorithm B… (More)

- David H. Wolpert, Kagan Tumer
- Advances in Complex Systems
- 2001

We consider the problem of designing (perhaps massively distributed) collectives of computational processes to maximize a provided “world” utility function. We consider this problem when the behavior… (More)

- David H. Wolpert
- ArXiv
- 2004

A long-running difficulty with conventional game theory has been how to modify it to accommodate the bounded rationality of all real-world players. A recurring issue in statistical physics is how… (More)

- David H. Wolpert, Kagan Tumer
- ArXiv
- 1999

This paper surveys the emerging science of how to design a COllective INtelli gence COIN A COIN is a large multi agent system where i There is little to no centralized personalized communication and… (More)

- David H. Wolpert, William G. Macready
- IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation
- 2005

Recent work on the foundational underpinnings of black-box optimization has begun to uncover a rich mathematical structure. In particular, it is now known that an inner product between the… (More)

- David H. Wolpert, Kevin R. Wheeler, Kagan Tumer
- ArXiv
- 1999

We consider the El Farol bar problem, also known as the minority game (W. B. Arthur, The American Economic Review, 84(2): 406{411 (1994), D. Challet and Y.C. Zhang, Physica A, 256:514 (1998)). We… (More)

Aerospace systems continue to grow in complexity while demanding optimal performance. This requires the systems to be both designed and controlled optimally. Aerospace systems are also typically… (More)