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Self-modifying Cartesian Genetic Programming

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Cartesian Genetic Programming (CGP) is a graph based form of Genetic Programming. A generalization of CGP has been devised called Self-modifying CGP (SMCGP).

SMCGP is a developmental form of CGP that changes over time by modifying its own phenotype during execution of the evolved program. This is done by the inclusion of self-modification operators in the function set.

The talk will discuss the application of the technique on several different design, sequence generation and regression problems. It is shown that SMCGP can evolve solutions to problems that cannot be solved using CGP and also can provide general solutions to classes of problems.

This talk is part of the Artificial Intelligence and Natural Computation seminars series.

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