Revisiting the Foundations of Artificial Immune Systems: A Problem-Oriented Perspective

  title={Revisiting the Foundations of Artificial Immune Systems: A Problem-Oriented Perspective},
  author={Alex Alves Freitas and Jonathan Timmis},
Since their development, AIS have been used for a number of machine learning tasks including that of classification. Within the literature, there appears to be a lack of appreciation for the possible bias in the selection of various representations and affinity measures that may be introduced when employing AIS in classification tasks. Problems are then compounded when inductive bias of algorithms are not taken into account when applying seemingly generic AIS algorithms to specific application… CONTINUE READING
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