Riccardo Poli, William B. Langdon, Nicholas F. McPhee: A Field Guide to Genetic Programming
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The latest book on Genetic Programming, Poli, Langdon and McPhee’s (with contributions from John R. Koza) A Field Guide to Genetic Programming represents an exciting landmark with the authors choosing to make their work freely available by publishing using a form of the Creative Commons License . In so doing they have created a must-read resource which is, to use their words, “aimed at both newcomers and old-timers”. The book is freely available from the authors companion website  and Lulu.com  in both pdf and html form. For those who desire the more traditional page turning exercise, inexpensive printed copies can be ordered from Lulu.com. The Field Guides companion website also provides a link to the TinyGP code printed over eight pages of Appendix B, and a Discussion Group centered around the book.
The book is divided into four parts with 14 chapters and two appendices. Part I introduces the basics of Genetic Programming, Part II overviews more advanced topics, Part III...
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