Genetic Programming — To much P and not enough G?

@article{Harper2010GeneticP,
  title={Genetic Programming — To much P and not enough G?},
  author={Robin Harper},
  journal={IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-7}
}
This paper re-visits the minesweeper problem, one of the problems used by Koza in his 1994 book, Genetic Programming II, Advances in Genetic Programming. The minesweeper problem was one of the many problems used to demonstrate how the Automatically Defined Function methodology could solve problems not able to be solved (in this case) with a no function GP… CONTINUE READING