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Apart from grammatical evolution, what are other examples of grammar-guided genetic programming approaches?

Grammatical Evolution (GE) is a well-known grammar-guided genetic programming (GGGP) approach, where we have genotypes (aka genomes or chromosomes) that are arrays (or lists) of integers (or groups of ...
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What is a “codon” in grammatical evolution?

The term codon is used in the context of grammatical evolution (GE), sometimes, without being explicitly defined. For example, it is used in this paper, which introduces and describes PonyGE 2, a ...
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What does “we wrap the individual and reuse the codons” mean in the paper “Grammatical Evolution” by Neill and Ryan?

I've just started learning Grammatical Evolution and I'm reading the paper Grammatical Evolution by Michael O'Neill and Conor Ryan. On page 3 (section IV-A), they write: During the genotype-to-...