Evolving a Vector Space with any Generating Set

10 Apr 2017Richard NockFrank Nielsen

In Valiant's model of evolution, a class of representations is evolvable iff a polynomial-time process of random mutations guided by selection converges with high probability to a representation as $\epsilon$-close as desired from the optimal one, for any required $\epsilon>0$. Several previous positive results exist that can be related to evolving a vector space, but each former result imposes disproportionate representations or restrictions on (re)initialisations, distributions, performance functions and/or the mutator... (read more)

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