12 February 2014

 

Attendance: Omri, Tom, Jake, Lee, Karthik, Lee, Frode, Bill

discussed Claire Le Goues talk

Moshe Sipper visiting Wednesday February 26 – Sunday March 2

GP Theory and Practice meeting in May
– Idea for submission: work with Moshe
– human competitive results for
– taxonomize past results
– Humies: winners are already categorized
– use visit to characterize human competitive results and write literature review
– trying to schedule February 28th visit
– tentative: 10-2:30 working meeting, 2:30 talk

ULTRA parens study
– random program generator seems to produce reasonable numbers of parentheses
– ULTRA operator adds parens
– removing first and last parens before alternation helps parentheses numbers
– no alignment deviation lowers parens
– still seems like there is parenthesis bloat coming from ULTRA

Kwaku
– Auto-construction
– trying to engineer emergent diversity
– agent-based
– natural environment with disease agents that provide selection pressure

Linear Push
– how to implement begins and ends with functions that require chunks of code
– push with no parentheses and ends: no begins
– other idea: implement second chromosome with ends / no ends

Claire Le Goues

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