Differentiable Chromosomes: The Genetic Programming of switchable Shape-Genes   [GP]

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Garis, H., D., Garis, H., ., Iba, H. and Furuya, T.

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Info: Parallel Problem Solving from Nature 2 (Conference proceedings), 1992, p. 489-498
Keywords:genetic algorithms, genetic programming
Notes:
Wants to build machines with billions of components, proposes these grow themselves in an embryonic fashion. Does some experiments with two stage, hence differentiable, chromosomes which control the states of a cellular automata. Stages are switched on by psuedo chemical gradient. Can grow convex shapes but pretty poor at using GA to evolve concave shapes. PPSN2
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BibTex:
@InProceedings{deGaris:1992:dcGPssg,
  author =       "Hugo {de Garis} and Hitoshi Iba and Tatsumi Furuya",
  title =        "Differentiable Chromosomes: The Genetic Programming of
                 switchable Shape-Genes",
  booktitle =    "Parallel Problem Solving from Nature 2",
  month =        "28-30 " # sep,
  year =         "1992",
  editor =       "R Manner and B Manderick",
  pages =        "489--498",
  address =      "Brussels, Belgium",
  publisher =    "Elsevier Science",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming",
  size =         "10 pages",
  notes =        "Wants to build machines with billions of components,
                 proposes these grow themselves in an embryonic fashion.
                 Does some experiments with two stage, hence
                 differentiable, chromosomes which control the states of
                 a cellular automata. Stages are switched on by psuedo
                 chemical gradient. Can grow convex shapes but pretty
                 poor at using GA to evolve concave shapes.

                 PPSN2",
}