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C. FERREIRA In N. Nedjah, L. de M. Mourelle, A. Abraham, eds., Genetic Systems Programming: Theory and Experiences, Studies in Computational Intelligence, Vol. 13, pp. 21-56, Springer-Verlag, 2006.

Automatically Defined Functions in Gene Expression Programming

Table of Contents

1. Genetic Algorithms: Historical Background
1.1. Genetic Algorithms
1.2. Genetic Programming
1.3. Gene Expression Programming

2. The Architecture of GEP Individuals
2.1. Open Reading Frames and Genes
2.2. Structural Organization of Genes
2.3. Multigenic Chromosomes and Linking Functions

3. Chromosome Domains and Random Numerical Constants

4. Cells and the Creation of Automatically Defined Functions
4.1. Homeotic Genes and the Cellular System of GEP
4.2. Multicellular Systems
4.3. Incorporating Random Numerical Constants in ADFs

5. Analyzing the Importance of ADFs in Automatic Programming
5.1. General Settings
5.2. Results without ADFs
5.2.1. The Unigenic System
5.2.2. The Multigenic System with Static Linking
5.3. Results with ADFs
5.3.1. The Unicellular System
5.3.2. The Multicellular System



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