[Haskell-cafe] [Haskell] ANNOUNCE: genprog-0.1

Alberto G. Corona agocorona at gmail.com
Wed Dec 8 15:40:25 CET 2010

DNK? I think you mean DNA.
the genotype program  that develips the  fenotype is much more smooth and
granular than a computer program. A chante un a gen does not make you to
have a extra bone. It can make you to have your hand slighltly longer. or

In fact there are metalevels of selection that discard abrupt changes. For
example, when females ovulate there are a strong selection where thounsands
of candidate cell ovules are tested and discarded. This is one of the
reasons why anomalous mutations are scarce.

> 2010/12/8 Mitar <mmitar at gmail.com>
> Hi!
>> On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 12:33 PM, Alberto G. Corona <agocorona at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>> > But programs are non lineal.
>> And DNK is? I doubt. ;-)
>> I think the approach is valid, it simulates what is happening in
>> nature (random insertions, deletions, changes, translations, copies,
>> etc, without any "higher" meaning and guiding). Only problem is that
>> people often do not want to wait millions of years for evolution of
>> programs to achieve their goal.
>> Of course mutations are only part of the story. Also combining
>> different parents' genes in a way to get functional offsprings is also
>> a question how to do with programs.
>> Mitar
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