abstract = "L-system is a grammar-like formalism introduced to
simulate the development of organisms. The L-system
grammar can be viewed as a sort of genetic information
that will be used to generate a specific structure.
However, throughout development, the string (genetic
information) that will effectively be used to 'draw'
the phenotype of an individual is a result of the
derivation of the L-system grammar. This work
investigates the effect of applying a genetic
programming approach to evolve derived L-systems
instead of evolving the Lsystem grammar. The crossing
over of plants from different species results in hybrid
plants resembling a 'Frankstree', i.e. plants resultant
from phenotypically different parents that present
unusual body structures.",
notes = "
Crossover based on identifying branches in pictures? No