Aliasing in XCS and the Consecutive State Problem: 2 - Solutions

@inproceedings{Barry1999AliasingIX,
  title={Aliasing in XCS and the Consecutive State Problem: 2 - Solutions},
  author={Alwyn Barry},
  booktitle={GECCO},
  year={1999}
}
The 'Aliasing Problem' within XCS (Wilson, 1995, 1998), first identified by Lanzi (1997), does not only appear whenever the aliased states occur in separate environmental locations but also when they occur consecutively (Barry, 1999). Lanzi (1997, 1998) introduced a mechanism that could solve the Aliasing Problem through the use of memory mechanisms within XCS (Wilson, 1995; Cliff and Ross, 1994). Whilst this mechanism is a solution to the general problem of aliasing, it is a heavyweight… CONTINUE READING

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