Population Implosion in Genetic Programming


With the exception of a small body of adaptive-parameter literature, evolutionary computation has traditionally favored keeping the population size constant through the course of the run. Unfortunately, genetic programming has an aging problem: for various reasons, late in the run the technique become less effective at optimization. Given a fixed number of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/3-540-45110-2_65


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@inproceedings{Luke2003PopulationII, title={Population Implosion in Genetic Programming}, author={Sean Luke and Gabriel Catalin Balan and Liviu Panait}, booktitle={GECCO}, year={2003} }