Implicit Niching in a Learning Classifier System: Nature's Way


We approach the difficult task of analyzing the complex behavior of even the simplest learning classifier system (LCS) by isolating one crucial subfunction in the LCS learning algorithm: covering through niching. The LCS must maintain a population of diverse rules that together solve a problem (e.g., classify examples). To maintain a diverse population… (More)
DOI: 10.1162/evco.1994.2.1.37


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