The evolution of intelligence

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Forsyth, R.

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Info: Machine Learning, Priciples and Techniques, 1989, p. 65-82
Keywords:genetic algorithms, genetic programming
Notes:
some general stuff on history of GAs, evolution strategy and evolution programming, cf Fogel 1966, description of Goldberg's natural gas pipeline control GA/classifier experiments. BEAGLE applied to classifiying countries by their flags etc and brief description of PC/Beagle being applied to forensic science "where a rule set developed with the aid of PC/BEAGLE was found to descriminate among glass fragments better than standard statistical procedures" [page 77].
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BibTex:
@InCollection{forsyth:1989:ei,
  author =       "Richard Forsyth",
  title =        "The evolution of intelligence",
  booktitle =    "Machine Learning, Priciples and Techniques",
  publisher =    "Chapman and Hall",
  year =         "1989",
  editor =       "Richard Forsyth",
  chapter =      "4",
  pages =        "65--82",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming",
  ISBN =         "0-412-30570-4",
  notes =        "some general stuff on history of GAs, evolution
                 strategy and evolution programming, cf Fogel 1966,
                 description of Goldberg's natural gas pipeline control
                 GA/classifier experiments. BEAGLE applied to
                 classifiying countries by their flags etc and brief
                 description of PC/Beagle being applied to forensic
                 science {"}where a rule set developed with the aid of
                 PC/BEAGLE was found to descriminate among glass
                 fragments better than standard statistical
                 procedures{"} [page 77].

                 ",
}