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Evolutionary computation and games

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2 Author(s)
Lucas, S.M. ; Essex Univ., UK ; Kendall, G.

Games provide competitive, dynamic environments that make ideal test beds for computational intelligence theories, architectures, and algorithms. Natural evolution can be considered to be a game in which the rewards for an organism that plays a good game of life are the propagation of its genetic material to its successors and its continued survival. In natural evolution, the fitness of an individual is defined with respect to its competitors and collaborators, as well as to the environment. Within the evolutionary computation (EC) literature, this is known as co-evolution and within this paradigm, expert game-playing strategies have been evolved without the need for human expertise.

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Computational Intelligence Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 1 )