Diversity in genetic programming: an analysis of measures and correlation with fitness

@article{Burke2004DiversityIG,
  title={Diversity in genetic programming: an analysis of measures and correlation with fitness},
  author={Edmund K. Burke and Steven M. Gustafson and Graham Kendall},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation},
  year={2004},
  volume={8},
  pages={47-62}
}
Examines measures of diversity in genetic programming. The goal is to understand the importance of such measures and their relationship with fitness. Diversity methods and measures from the literature are surveyed and a selected set of measures are applied to common standard problem instances in an experimental study. Results show the varying definitions and behaviors of diversity and the varying correlation between diversity and fitness during different stages of the evolutionary process… CONTINUE READING

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