Multiple Interacting Programs: a Representation for Evolving Complex Behavior

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This paper defines a representation for expressing complex behaviors, called multiple interacting programs (MIPs), and describes an evolutionary method for evolving solutions to difficult problems expressed as MIPs structures. The MIPs representation is a generalization of neural network architectures that can model any type of dynamic system. The… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/019697298125407

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