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Intelligent Engineering Systems through Artificial Neural Networks

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Cihan H. Dagli
Cihan H. Dagli
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K. Mark Bryden
K. Mark Bryden
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Steven M. Corns
Steven M. Corns
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Mitsuo Gen
Mitsuo Gen
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Kagan Tumer
Kagan Tumer
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Gürsel Süer
Gürsel Süer
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ISBN:
9780791802953
No. of Pages:
636
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2009

This paper applies two techniques, hybridization and small population effects, to the problem of logic function induction. It also uses an efficient representation for genetic programming called a function stack. Function stacks are a directed acyclic graph representation used in place of the more common tree-structured representation. This study is the second exploring an algorithm for evolutionary computation called the blender algorithm which performs hybridization of many small populations. The blender algorithm is tested on the 3 and 4 variable parity problems. Confirming and sharpening earlier results on the use of small population sizes for the parity problem, it is...

Abstract
1 Introduction
2 The Representation
3 Experimental Design
4 Results and Discussion
Acknowledgments
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