evolutionary algorithm

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evolutionary algorithm

n
(Computer Science) computing a computer program that is designed to evolve and improve in response to input
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The team used artificial evolution to enable the robots to automatically learn swarm behaviours which are understandable to humans.
Honorable Mention: Artificial Evolution (Martin Rolf Henning Lindblom, Lugnetgymnasiet, Falun, Sweden)
The study group finally conducted an artificial evolution experiment to compare rates at which resistance to the two treatments would arise among wild-type parasite lines.
Their work, in which viruses and bacteria proteins were used in a method called artificial evolution, caused great repercussions in American science circles.
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