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The successful individuals produce increasing numbers of offspring, while the unsuccessful ones produce less or no offspring. Natural selection picks more and more fit individuals, which when reproduced and mutated, lead to even better descendants. The adaptation of the individuals is not perfect. Their continuous evolution is driven probabifistically with respect to their fitness by selection. The population is in permanent movement along the generations. Individuals are simulated in IGP by the genetic programs.

Using a set of activation polynomials does not increase the computational demands for performing genetic programming. The benefit of having a set of activation polynomials is of enhancing the expressive power of this kind of PNN representation. 1. The computed polynomial P(x) at the output tree root is the multivariate composition: P{xi,X2, X3, Xs, X7) = P8{P7{X2^ X 3 ) , ^ 4 ( ^ 2 ( ^ 7 , ^ s ) , a:i)). Inductive Genetic Programming 33 The Search Space of Binary Trees. The number of terminals, instantiated by the input variables, and the number of functional nodes, instantiated by the activation polynomials, is important for the evolutionary learning of PNN because they determine the search space size and, thus, influence the probability for finding good solutions.

The population is in permanent movement along the generations. Individuals are simulated in IGP by the genetic programs. In our case, these are the tree-structured PNNs. Each individual is associated with a fitness measure of its potential to survive in the population. The fitness of an individual accounts for its abifity to reproduce, mutate, and so to direct the search. There is a fitness function that maps a genetic program into its fitness value. The most essential property of a genetic program is its fitness.

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