The Royal Tree Problem, a Benchmark for Single and Multi-population Genetic Programming

@inproceedings{Punch2007TheRT,
  title={The Royal Tree Problem, a Benchmark for Single and Multi-population Genetic Programming},
  author={Bill Punch and Doug Zongker and Erik D. Goodman},
  year={2007}
}
We report on work done to develop a benchmark problem for genetic programming, both as a diicult problem to test GP abilities and as a platform for tuning GP parameters. This benchmark, the royal tree, is a function that accounts for tree shape as part of its evaluation function, thus it controls for a parameter not often found in the GP literature. It also is a progressive function, allowing the user to set the diiculty of the problem attempted. We not only describe the function, but also… CONTINUE READING
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