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Grammatical Evolution: Evolutionary automated Programming in an Arbitrary Language presents the 1st complete advent to Grammatical Evolution, a singular method of Genetic Programming that adopts rules from molecular biology in an easy and worthwhile demeanour, coupled with using grammars to specify felony buildings in a seek. Grammatical Evolution's wealthy modularity offers a distinct flexibility, making it attainable to exploit substitute seek ideas - no matter if evolutionary, deterministic or another technique - and to even seriously change its habit via purely altering the grammar provided. This method of Genetic Programming represents a strong new weapon within the laptop studying toolkit that may be utilized to a various set of challenge domains.

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Individual initialisation is achieved by randomly generating variable-length binary strings within a pre-specified range of codons. For all experiments conducted in this paper we use the initialisation range of one to ten codons, where a codon is a group of eight bits. As well as the standard genetic operators of mutation (point) and crossover (one-point) we adopt a codon duplication operator. Duplication involves randomly selecting a number of codons to duplicate and the starting position of the first codon in this set.

The first feature, a generalised encoding that can represent a variety of structures, is the main advantage for Evolutionary Automatic Programming. This could be achieved with an abstraction of our genotype from the output program, thus allowing a mapping process that can be utilised to generate code in an arbitrary language. In order to achieve efficiency gains for the evolutionary search, the second feature above, the adoption of a degenerate genetic code could prove useful. If the output program is not directly represented within the genotype, as would be the case if our first feature was implemented, it would be possible to adopt a degenerate code.

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