Genetic Programming for Combining Classifiers

@inproceedings{Langdon2001GeneticPF,
  title={Genetic Programming for Combining Classifiers},
  author={William B. Langdon and Bernard F. Buxton},
  year={2001}
}
Genetic programming (GP) can automatically fuse given classifiers to produce a combined classifier whose Receiver Operating Characteristics (ROC) are better than [Scott et al., 1998b]’s “Maximum Realisable Receiver Operating Characteristics” (MRROC). I.e. better than their convex hull. This is demonstrated on artificial, medical and satellite image processing bench marks. 
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