GELAB - A Matlab Toolbox for Grammatical Evolution
In this paper, we present a Matlab version of libGE. libGE is a famous library for Grammatical Evolution (GE). GE was proposed initially in  as a tool for automatic programming. Ever since then, GE has been widely successful in innovation and producing human-competitive results for various types of problems. However, its implementation in C++ (libGE) was somewhat prohibitive for a wider range of scientists and engineers. libGE requires several tweaks and integrations before it can be used by anyone. For anybody who does not have a background in computer science, its usage could be a bottleneck. This prompted us to find a way to bring it to Matlab. Matlab, as it is widely known, is a fourth generation programming language used for numerical computing. Details aside, but it is well known for its user-friendliness in the wider research community. By bringing GE to Matlab, we hope that many researchers across the world shall be able to use it, despite their academic background. We call our implementation of GE as GELAB. GELAB is currently present online as an open-source software (https://github.com/adilraja/GELAB). It can be readily used in research and development.
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