Undirected Training of Run Transferable Libraries

@inproceedings{Keijzer2005UndirectedTO,
  title={Undirected Training of Run Transferable Libraries},
  author={Maarten Keijzer and Conor Ryan and Gearoid Murphy and Mike Cattolico},
  booktitle={EuroGP},
  year={2005}
}
This paper investigates the robustness of Run Transferable Libraries(RTLs) on scaled problems. RTLs provide GP with a library of functions which replace the usual primitive functions provided when approaching a problem. The RTL evolves from run to run using feedback based on function usage, and has been shown to outperform GP by an order of magnitude on a variety of scalable problems. RTLs can, however, also be applied across a domain of related problems, as well as across a range of scaled… 
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