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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by autrijus (1505) on 2005.11.20 10:26 (#44691) Homepage Journal
    I'll probably call it autonomous programming, or even proof-assisted programming.
    • I was thinking in the direction of Genetic Algorithms: the programming is in the training.
    • Genetic algorithms, and also perhaps other relaxation / constraint techniques like the Simplex method of Linear programming?
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      Bill
      # I had a sig when sigs were cool
      use Sig;
      • > Genetic algorithms, and also perhaps other
        > relaxation / constraint techniques like the
        > Simplex method of Linear programming?

        The only thing I know about linear programming is that my grad-student friend is taking a course in it and he's working his ass off... :-)

        Genetic algorithms are an interesting idea for this control style. My thinking (and my toy implementation [luqui.org]) was that you would specify a class of functions, and it would find which function in that class that mapped a given input to a g