Automatic programming and program maintenance with genetic programming   [AP] [GP]

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Petry, F., E. and Dunay, B., D.

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Info: International Journal of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (Journal), 1995, p. 165-177
Keywords:genetic algorithms, genetic programming machine learning, encapsulation, software reuse, software maintenance
Abstract:
Notes:
Simple demonstration (NB series of regular languages) Turing machines are synthesised, encapsulated, reused. Library of evolved TM is created. Library programs can be used by other problems. The library is maintained by replacing programs if new and better versions of TM it contains are evolved so its contents are kept valid.
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@Article{petry:1995:appm,
  author =       "Frederick E. Petry and Bertrand Daniel Dunay",
  title =        "Automatic programming and program maintenance with
                 genetic programming",
  journal =      "International Journal of Software Engineering and
                 Knowledge Engineering",
  year =         "1995",
  volume =       "5",
  number =       "2",
  pages =        "165--177",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming machine
                 learning, encapsulation, software reuse, software
                 maintenance",
  abstract =     "

                 ",
  notes =        "

                 Simple demonstration (NB series of regular languages)
                 Turing machines are synthesised, encapsulated, reused.
                 Library of evolved TM is created. Library programs can
                 be used by other problems. The library is maintained by
                 replacing programs if new and better versions of TM it
                 contains are evolved so its contents are kept valid.",
}