GP-COM: A Distributed, Component-Based Genetic Programming System in C++   [GP]

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Harris, C. and Buxton, B.

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Info: 1996
Keywords:genetic algorithms, genetic programming, Software System
Abstract:
Widespread adoption of Genetic Programming techniques [GP] as a domain-independent problem solving [PS] tool depends on a good underlying software structure. A system is presented that mirrors the conceptual make-up of a GP system. Consisting of a loose collection of software components, each with strict interface definitions and roles, the system maximises flexibility and minimises effort when applied to a new problem domain.
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BibTex:
@TechReport{Harris:1996:gpcomRN,
  author =       "Christopher Harris and Bernard Buxton",
  title =        "{GP}-{COM}: {A} Distributed, Component-Based Genetic
                 Programming System in {C}++",
  year =         "1996",
  institution =  "UCL",
  type =         "Research Note",
  number =       "RN/96/2",
  address =      "Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT, UK",
  month =        jan,
  URL =          "ftp://cs.ucl.ac.uk/genetic/papers/gpcom.ps",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, Software
                 System",
  abstract =     "Widespread adoption of Genetic Programming techniques
                 as a domain-independent problem solving tool depends on
                 a good underlying software structure. A system is
                 presented that mirrors the conceptual make-up of a GP
                 system. Consisting of a loose collection of software
                 components, each with strict interface definitions and
                 roles, the system maximises flexibility and minimises
                 effort when applied to a new problem domain.",
}