Genetic Programming and Spatial Morphogenesis

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Coates, Paul and Makris, Dimitrios 1999. Genetic Programming and Spatial Morphogenesis. AISB Symposium on Creative Evolutionary Systems, Edinburgh College of Art and Division of Informatics (AISB'99), University of Edinburgh, March 1999. pp 105-114
AuthorsCoates, Paul and Makris, Dimitrios
TypeConference paper
Abstract

This paper discusses the use of genetic programming (G.P.) for applications in the field of spatial composition. The G.P. was used to generate three-dimensional spatial forms from a set of geometrical structures. The approach uses genetic programming with a Genetic Library (G.Lib). G.P. provides a way to genetically breed a computer program to solve a problem. G. Lib enables genetic programming to define potentially useful subroutines dynamically during a run.

Keywordsgenetic programming; computer programming
Year1999
ConferenceAISB Symposium on Creative Evolutionary Systems, Edinburgh College of Art and Division of Informatics (AISB'99), University of Edinburgh, March 1999
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PrintMar 1999
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Deposited09 Jul 2010
ISSN1902956036
Web address (URL)http://www.aisb.org.uk/convention/index.shtml
http://hdl.handle.net/10552/855
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Coates, P. and Makris, D. (1999) ‘Genetic Programming and Spatial Morphogenesis.’ In: AISB Symposium on Creative Evolutionary Systems, Edinburgh College of Art and Division of Informatics (AISB'99), University of Edinburgh, March 1999. pp.105-114.

Place of publication105-114
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