An Experimental Comparison of Genetic Programming and Inductive Logic Programming on Learning Recursive List Functions


This paper experimentally compares three approaches to program induction: inductive logic programming (ILP), genetic programming (GP), and genetic logic programming (GLP) (a variant of GP for inducing Prolog programs). Each of these methods was used to induce four simple, recursive, list-manipulation functions. The results indicate that ILP is the most… (More)


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