|Re: Re: genetic compilation firstname.lastname@example.org (Brock) (2000-04-01)|
|Re: Re: genetic compilation email@example.com (Joachim Durchholz) (2000-04-14)|
|Re: Re: genetic compilation firstname.lastname@example.org (felix) (2000-06-11)|
|Re: Re: genetic compilation email@example.com (Joachim Durchholz) (2000-06-14)|
|Date:||11 Jun 2000 12:31:30 -0400|
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>> > I once read something about compilers that tried out equivalent
>> > machine code sequences and measured actual performance to decide
>> > which worked best. This could be used as a basis for a genetic
>> > algorithm. Of course, [...] it wouldn't work for cross-compilation
>> > anyway.
(Sorry, I haven't followed this thread so my question may be redundant)
I thought for some time about compilation with support of genetic
algorithms and I would like to know wether there is currently any
ongoing research. Has someone tried this out, yet? Generating native
code and mucking around with it in a GA has to be done extremely
careful, to avoid breaking constraints on data-representation or
To summarize: How can I prove that a code-sequence that is genetically
manipulated handles all legal inputs properly that are given to it?
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