Gene Expression Programming [electronic resource] : Mathematical Modeling by an Artificial Intelligence / by Cândida Ferreira.

By: Ferreira, Cândida [author.]Contributor(s): SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Studies in Computational Intelligence: 21Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2006Description: XX, 478 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540328490Subject(s): Engineering | Artificial intelligence | Bioinformatics | Engineering mathematics | Engineering | Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | BioinformaticsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 519 LOC classification: TA329-348TA640-643Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction: The Biological Perspective -- The Entities of Gene Expression Programming -- The Basic Gene Expression Algorithm -- The Basic GEA in Problem Solving -- Numerical Constants and the GEP-RNC Algorithm -- Automatically Defined Functions in Problem Solving -- Polynomial Induction and Time Series Prediction -- Parameter Optimization -- Decision Tree Induction -- Design of Neural Networks -- Combinatorial Optimization -- Evolutionary Studies.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: Cândida Ferreira thoroughly describes the basic ideas of gene expression programming (GEP) and numerous modifications to this powerful new algorithm. This monograph provides all the implementation details of GEP so that anyone with elementary programming skills will be able to implement it themselves. The book also includes a self-contained introduction to this new exciting field of computational intelligence, including several new algorithms for decision tree induction, data mining, classifier systems, function finding, polynomial induction, times series prediction, evolution of linking functions, automatically defined functions, parameter optimization, logic synthesis, combinatorial optimization, and complete neural network induction. The book also discusses some important and controversial evolutionary topics that might be refreshing to both evolutionary computer scientists and biologists. This second edition has been substantially revised and extended with five new chapters, including a new chapter describing two new algorithms for inducing decision trees with nominal and numeric/mixed attributes. Cândida Ferreira thoroughly describes the basic ideas of gene expression programming (GEP) and numerous modifications to this powerful new algorithm. This monograph provides all the implementation details of GEP so that anyone with elementary programming skills will be able to implement it themselves. The book also includes a self-contained introduction to this new exciting field of computational intelligence, including several new algorithms for decision tree induction, data mining, classifier systems, function finding, polynomial induction, times series prediction, evolution of linking functions, automatically defined functions, parameter optimization, logic synthesis, combinatorial optimization, and complete neural network induction. The book also discusses some important and controversial evolutionary topics that might be refreshing to both evolutionary computer scientists and biologists. This second edition has been substantially revised and extended with five new chapters, including a new chapter describing two new algorithms for inducing decision trees with nominal and numeric/mixed attributes.
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Introduction: The Biological Perspective -- The Entities of Gene Expression Programming -- The Basic Gene Expression Algorithm -- The Basic GEA in Problem Solving -- Numerical Constants and the GEP-RNC Algorithm -- Automatically Defined Functions in Problem Solving -- Polynomial Induction and Time Series Prediction -- Parameter Optimization -- Decision Tree Induction -- Design of Neural Networks -- Combinatorial Optimization -- Evolutionary Studies.

Cândida Ferreira thoroughly describes the basic ideas of gene expression programming (GEP) and numerous modifications to this powerful new algorithm. This monograph provides all the implementation details of GEP so that anyone with elementary programming skills will be able to implement it themselves. The book also includes a self-contained introduction to this new exciting field of computational intelligence, including several new algorithms for decision tree induction, data mining, classifier systems, function finding, polynomial induction, times series prediction, evolution of linking functions, automatically defined functions, parameter optimization, logic synthesis, combinatorial optimization, and complete neural network induction. The book also discusses some important and controversial evolutionary topics that might be refreshing to both evolutionary computer scientists and biologists. This second edition has been substantially revised and extended with five new chapters, including a new chapter describing two new algorithms for inducing decision trees with nominal and numeric/mixed attributes. Cândida Ferreira thoroughly describes the basic ideas of gene expression programming (GEP) and numerous modifications to this powerful new algorithm. This monograph provides all the implementation details of GEP so that anyone with elementary programming skills will be able to implement it themselves. The book also includes a self-contained introduction to this new exciting field of computational intelligence, including several new algorithms for decision tree induction, data mining, classifier systems, function finding, polynomial induction, times series prediction, evolution of linking functions, automatically defined functions, parameter optimization, logic synthesis, combinatorial optimization, and complete neural network induction. The book also discusses some important and controversial evolutionary topics that might be refreshing to both evolutionary computer scientists and biologists. This second edition has been substantially revised and extended with five new chapters, including a new chapter describing two new algorithms for inducing decision trees with nominal and numeric/mixed attributes.

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