A Search for Hidden Relationships : Data Mining with Genetic Algorithms

@inproceedings{Szpiro1997ASF,
  title={A Search for Hidden Relationships : Data Mining with Genetic Algorithms},
  author={George G. Szpiro},
  year={1997}
}
This paper presents an algorithm that permits the search for dependencies among sets of data (univariate or multivariate time-series, or cross-sectional observations). The procedure is modeled after genetic theories and Darwinian concepts, such as natural selection and survival of the fittest. It permits the discovery of equations of the data-generating process in symbolic form. The genetic algorithm that is described here uses parts of equations as building blocks to breed ever better formulas… CONTINUE READING

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