Khaled M. S. Badran

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It has been observed previously that genetic programming populations can collapse to all single node trees when a parsimony measure (tree node count) is used in a multiobjective setting. We have investigated the circumstances under which this can occur for both the 6-parity boolean learning task and a range of benchmark machine learning problems. We(More)
Using multiobjective genetic programming with a complexity objective to overcome tree bloat is usually very successful but can sometimes lead to undesirable collapse of the population to all single-node trees. In this paper we report a detailed examination of why and when collapse occurs. We have used different types of crossover and mutation operators(More)
In this paper we investigate using multi-objective genetic programming to evolve a feature extraction stage for multiple-class classifiers. We find mappings which transform the input space into a new, multi-dimensional decision space to increase the discrimination between all classes; the number of dimensions of this decision space is optimized as part of(More)
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