A Contribution to the Foundations of AI: Genetic Programming and Support Vector Machines

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@InProceedings{wssec-rb-final,
  author =       "Robert Burbidge",
  title =        "A Contribution to the Foundations of AI: Genetic
                 Programming and Support Vector Machines",
  booktitle =    "Workshop and Summer School on Evolutionary Computing
                 Lecture Series by Pioneers",
  year =         "2008",
  editor =       "T. M. McGinnity",
  address =      "University of Ulster",
  month =        "18-20 " # aug,
  organisation = "School of Computing and Intelligent Systems,
                 University of Ulster",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, SVM",
  URL =          "http://users.aber.ac.uk/rvb/wssec-rb-final.pdf",
  size =         "4 pages",
  abstract =     "The aim of genetic programming is to automatically
                 find computer programs that solve problems; using an
                 algorithm inspired by biological evolution. The aim of
                 the support vector machine is to model empirical data;
                 using an algorithm based on statistical optimality.
                 Fundamentally, both these techniques, and all
                 artificial intelligence disciplines, use search; with
                 differing representations, search operators and
                 objective functions. We formally compare these two
                 techniques as a contribution toward the foundations of
                 artificial intelligence, and less grandiosely, in order
                 to encourage transfer of knowledge between the two
                 disciplines.",
  notes =        "broken 2016
                 http://isel.infm.ulst.ac.uk/conference/wssec2008/

                 'The search space for GP is hard'. 'The search space
                 for the SVM is easy'. 'inherent capacity control in GP'
                 VC-dimension.",
}

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