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Empirical analysis of different levels of meta-evolution

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We analyze different levels of meta-evolution using a graph based GP system. The system allows one to represent individuals of the search space and genetic variation operators in a coherent way as graph programs differing only in the operator set. Seven variants of meta-evolution are tested on three real world classification problems. The most complex variant consists of three meta-levels where graph programs on meta-level 1 recombine individuals of the search space (base level), graph programs on meta-level 2 recombine programs on meta-level 1, and programs on meta-level 3 recombine programs on meta-level 2 and themselves. The empirical results shows that the use of meta levels is advantageous

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Evolutionary Computation, 1999. CEC 99. Proceedings of the 1999 Congress on  (Volume:3 )

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1999

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