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harshil
harshil • Jul 4, 2008

Do you have any knowledge in GP (Genetic Programming)?

What is the difference between a traditional programming and Genetic Programming ????😕
iamcrazy
iamcrazy • Jul 19, 2008
Re: Do u have any knowledge in GP (Genetic Programming)?

thers a big deferrence
Itanium
Itanium • Aug 2, 2008
Re: Do u have any knowledge in GP (Genetic Programming)?

This link provides you details on genetic programming.

genetic-programming.org-Home-Page
shalini_goel14
shalini_goel14 • Dec 30, 2008
Re: Do u have any knowledge in GP (Genetic Programming)?

@harshil,
Good question

@Itaniun,
Good link

Wondering why we CS students are not taught this kind of programming in thier engineering and people like me are not aware of it.😒 . Going to be a very useful in future .
nileshchakkar
nileshchakkar • Dec 30, 2008
@ harshil
Hi.. really a very good question and i think its a very good topic for paper presentation also as in todays world genetic programming ( artificial intelligance) have a very good market value n consider as latest tredz it in IT industry.
Predictor
Predictor • Mar 14, 2009
harshil
What is the difference between a traditional programming and Genetic Programming ????😕
Genetic programming ("GP") means development of programs by an evolutionary process. Typically, programs are represented in GP as lists of commands and parameters or function trees. Random programs are generated, evaluated somehow, the worst are discarded and the best retained for crossover to create new solutions, and the whole thing is repeated many times.

There are a number of books on this subject. One author to look for is Koza.

-Will Dwinnell
Data Mining in MATLAB

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