Grammatical Evolution

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@Misc{Nohejl:Bachelorthesis,
  author =       "Adam Nohejl",
  title =        "Grammatical Evolution",
  school =       "Department of Software and Computer Science Education,
                 Charles University in Prague",
  year =         "2009",
  type =         "Bachelor thesis",
  month =        "20 " # apr,
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, grammatical
                 evolution, evolutionary algorithms",
  URL =          "http://nohejl.name/age/pdf/AGE-Documentation-1.0.1.pdf",
  URL =          "http://nohejl.name/age/documentation/",
  size =         "127 pages",
  abstract =     "Grammatical evolution (GE) is a recent grammar-based
                 approach to genetic programming that allows development
                 of solutions in an arbitrary programming language. Its
                 existing implementations lack documentation and do not
                 provide reproducible results suitable for further
                 analysis. This thesis summarises the methods of GE and
                 the standard methods used in evolutionary algorithms,
                 and reviews the existing implementations, foremost the
                 only actively developed one, GEVA. A new comprehensive
                 software framework for GE is designed and implemented
                 based on this review. It is modular, well-documented,
                 portable, and gives reproducible results. It has been
                 tested in two benchmark applications, in which it
                 showed competitive results and outperformed GEVA 10 to
                 29 times in computational time. It is also shown how to
                 further improve the performance and results by using
                 techniques unsupported by GEVA, including new
                 modifications to the previously published methods of
                 bit-level mutation and ``sensible'' initialisation. The
                 thesis and the software together form a solid
                 foundation for further experiments and research.",
  notes =        "http://is.cuni.cz/eng/studium/dipl_st/index.php?do=main&doo=detail&did=65843",
}

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