By Julian F. Miller, Marco Tomassini, Pier Luca Lanzi, Conor Ryan, Andrea G.B. Tettamanzi, William B. Langdon

This ebook constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 4th ecu convention on Genetic Programming, EuroGP 2001, held at Lake Como, Italy in April 2001.
The 17 revised complete papers and thirteen learn posters offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen in the course of a rigorous double-blind refereeing method out of forty two submissions. All present facets of genetic programming are addressed, starting from theoretical and foundational matters to functions in a number of fields reminiscent of robotics, synthetic retina, personality attractiveness, monetary prediction, electronic filter out and digital circuit layout, photograph processing, facts fusion, and bio-sequencing.

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Afterwards, we continue the evolutionary loop using the new weights incorporated into the fitness function as shown in (2). saw fitness(g, X) = wi |f(xi ) − g(xi )| (2) xi ∈X The adaptation of weights process takes the best individual from the current population and determines the error it makes on each sample point. Each of the weights wi corresponding to the error made on point xi is updated using the error value |f(xi ) − g(xi )|. We try two variants for altering weights. – Classic saw (csaw) adds a constant value ∆wi = 1 to each wi if the error on sample point xi is not zero.

These technique often are bias towards handling large data sets which is not the case for the problems we have described. Looking at symbolic regression as used in this paper presents a problem that is viewed as a static set of sample points. That is, the set of sample points is drawn uniformly out of the interval of the unknown function and stays the same during the run. Therefore, the problem is not finding an unknown function, but just a function that matches the initial sample points. To circumvent this we could use a co-evolutionary approach [14] that adapts the set of points we need 34 Jeroen Eggermont and Jano I.

C Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2001 An Evolutionary Approach to Automatic Generation of VHDL Code 37 Darwinian evolution [2]. After being successfully applied to physical design (partitioning, placement and routing), now bio-inspired electronic design methods are being considered in a variety of circumstances [3,4]. Evolutionary algorithms for circuit synthesis are a powerful technique, which could provide innovative solutions to hard design problems, also when classical decomposition methods may fail [5].

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