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- @InCollection{spector:2005:GPTP,
- author = "Lee Spector and Jon Klein",
- title = "Trivial Geography in Genetic Programming",
- booktitle = "Genetic Programming Theory and Practice {III}",
- year = "2005",
- editor = "Tina Yu and Rick L. Riolo and Bill Worzel",
- volume = "9",
- series = "Genetic Programming",
- chapter = "8",
- pages = "109--123",
- address = "Ann Arbor",
- month = "12-14 " # may,
- publisher = "Springer",
- keywords = "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, geography, locality, demes, symbolic regression, quantum computing",
- ISBN = "0-387-28110-X",
- URL = "http://hampshire.edu/lspector/pubs/trivial-geography-toappear.pdf",
- DOI = "doi:10.1007/0-387-28111-8_8",
- size = "15 pages",
- abstract = "Geographical distribution is widely held to be a major determinant of evolutionary dynamics. Correspondingly, genetic programming theorists and practitioners have long developed, used, and studied systems in which populations are structured in quasi-geographical ways. Here we show that a remarkably simple version of this idea produces surprisingly dramatic improvements in problem-solving performance on a suite of test problems. The scheme is trivial to implement, in some cases involving little more than the addition of a modulus operation in the population access function, and yet it provides significant benefits on all of our test problems (ten symbolic regression problems and a quantum computing problem). We recommend the broader adoption of this form of 'trivial geography' in genetic programming systems.",
- notes = "part of \cite{yu:2005:GPTP} Published Jan 2006 after the workshop",
- }

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