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    Field guide to genetic programming

    Today the hot list featured A field guide to Genetic Programming, a book that was presented during EvoStar and which is written by several big characters from evolutionary computation: Bill Langdom, Riccardo Poli and Nic McPhee. Yo can buy a printed copy from Lulu or you can download it for free; it's got a CC license. One of the coolest thing is the flip-o-rama movie in the bottom corner of the pages, showing the evolution of a GP solution.
    Nic McPhee (by jmerelotream)

    2008-04-12 17:19 | 2 Comment(s) | Filed in Research

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    De: Marcelo Fecha: 2008-04-19 17:36

    Hi, JJ!

    I have just replied your question at my blog. Sorry for the long waiting. :)

    Here you are the link:

    Hasta La Vista!


    De: JJ Fecha: 2008-04-19 18:43

    OK, thanks!

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