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Architectures for an Event Notification Service Scalable to Wide-area Networks
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From the viewpoint of the designer of the event service, the first solutionis definitely the easiest one to implement. Expand
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Toward a theory of generalization and learning in XCS
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We analyze the different evolutionary pressures in XCS and derive a simple equation that supports the hypothesis theoretically. Expand
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Simulated Car Racing Championship: Competition Software Manual
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This manual describes the competition software for the Simulated Car Racing Championship. Expand
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Toward Optimal Classifier System Performance in Non-Markov Environments
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Wilson's (1994) bit-register memory scheme was incorporated into the XCS classifier system and investigated in a series of non-Markov environments. Expand
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An Analysis of Generalization in the XCS Classifier System
  • P. L. Lanzi
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Evolutionary Computation
  • 1 June 1999
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The XCS classifier system represents a major advance in learning classifier systems research because (1) it has a sound and accurate generalization mechanism, and (2) its learning mechanism is based on Q-learning, a recognized learning technique. Expand
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Mining interesting knowledge from weblogs: a survey
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This paper is a survey of the recent developments in the area of Web Usage Mining. Expand
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Learning Classifier Systems, From Foundations to Applications
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A Roadmap to the Last Decade of Learning Classifier System Research (From 1989 to 1999). Expand
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Gradient descent methods in learning classifier systems: improving XCS performance in multistep problems
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The accuracy-based XCS classifier system has been shown to solve typical data mining problems in a machine-learning competitive way. Expand
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Self-adaptive games for rehabilitation at home
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In this paper, we present the first prototype of the patient rehabilitation station we developed that integrates video games for rehabilitation with methods of computational intelligence both for on-line monitoring the movements' execution during the games and for adapting the gameplay to the patients' status. Expand
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A Study of the Generalization Capabilities of XCS
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We analyze the generalization behavior of the XCS classi er system in environments in which only a few generalizations can be done. Expand
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