Adaptive Genetic Programming for System Identification
System identification can be divided into structure and parameter identification. Structure identification is the process of finding the input variables of a functional system followed by the determination of the input-output relation. The identification of the involved coefficients of the functional system is called parameter identification.
KeywordsGenetic Programming Convergence Speed Terminal Node Good Individual Mutation Operation
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