Identification and Exploitation of Linkage by Means of Alternative Splicing

@inproceedings{Rohlfshagen2008IdentificationAE,
  title={Identification and Exploitation of Linkage by Means of Alternative Splicing},
  author={Philipp Rohlfshagen and John A. Bullinaria},
  booktitle={Linkage in Evolutionary Computation},
  year={2008}
}
Alternative splicing is an important cellular process that allows the expression of a large number of unique cell-specific proteins from the same underlying strand of DNA, and thereby drastically increases the organism’s phenotypic plasticity. Its emergence is facilitated by the modular composition of genes into numerous semi-autonomous building blocks. In artificial evolution, such modular composition is usually unknown initially, but once learned may greatly increase the algorithm’s… CONTINUE READING

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