Distinguishing genotype and phenotype in genetic programming

@inproceedings{Paterson1996DistinguishingGA,
  title={Distinguishing genotype and phenotype in genetic programming},
  author={Norman R. Paterson and Mike},
  year={1996}
}
This paper introduces GADS, a technique for genetic programming where the genotype is distinct from the phenotype. The GADS genotype is a list of integers representing productions in a syntax. This is used to generate the phenotype, which is a program in the language defined by the syntax. Syntactically invalid phenotypes cannot be generated, though there may be phenotypes with residual nonterminals. GADS can be implemented on a traditional genetic algorithm. The paper describes an experiment… CONTINUE READING
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