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John Koza has discovered a general and robust method of evolving computer programs that is effective over a breathtaking range of problems in applied mathematics, control engineering, and artificial intelligence.(Stewart W. Wilson, The Rowland Institute for Science)
The research reported in this book is a tour de force. For the first time, since the idea was bandied about in the '40s and early '50s, we have a non-trivial, nontailored set of examples of automatic programming.(John Holland, Professor of Psychology and Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Michigan; External Professor, Santa Fe Institute)
I bought this book to get access to the accompany videotape, but can find it nowhere after buying it... Could anyone tell me where to find the videotape?Published 19 months ago by Eva Yang
This is not an "Introduction to Genetic Programming" of the type I was seeking after reading much on Complex Adaptive Systems and Information theory. Read morePublished on January 27, 2013 by William D. Fusfield
If you are someone who plans to study Genetic Programming, or are already doing so and feel kind of lost about it, then you must read this book. Read morePublished on September 20, 2005 by Edwin Law
The book was very large but enjoyable and made the subject very clear and easy to understand. It explained the genetic programming algorithm very well and showed the results of... Read morePublished on January 8, 2002 by Jacques A Roth
I bought Genetic Programming (GP) I & II many years ago. While I have yet to find a useful application of Koza'a work to my problems, I think many of the ideas he introduces... Read morePublished on November 3, 1999