Evolutionary Algorithms – Problems with Directed Evolution

Creationists often use “irreducible complexity” as an argument against evolution. e.g. you need all parts in place and functioning before the “whole” can do its work and thus reproduce and spread its features. The bacteria flangellum is one such feature that have been attributed with “irreducible complexity”. You need the “tail” and some “engine” parts…More

Genetic programming / Math

For those of you who are interested in evolution / GP. Here is a small app that I made to reverse engineer blackboxed formulas. The application is fed with a “problem domain” The problem domain consists of multiple cases,┬álike this: Case1: When X is 1 and Y is 2 I want the result to be…More