An Exploration of Grammars in Grammatical Evolution
This study examines the utility of meta-grammar constant generation on a series of benchmark problems. The performance of the meta-grammar approach is compared to a grammar which incorporates grammatical ephemeral random constants, digit concatenation, and an expression based approach. It is found that the meta-grammar approach to constant creation is particularly beneficial on the dynamic problem instances in terms of the best fitness values achieved.
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