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In GE, the genotype is a linear sequence of codons. By "wrapping" it, you make it a circular sequence that never ends. It allows you to build a bigger tree, while having only a few codons. Still, it is possible to find such a combination of a genotype and a grammar that defines an infinitely deep expansion — such combinations are hardly suited for ...


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Grammatical evolution To understand what a codon is, we need to understand what GE is, so let me first provide a brief description of this approach. Grammatical evolution (GE) is an approach to genetic programming where the genotypes are binary (or integer) arrays, which are mapped to the phenotypes (i.e. the actual solutions, which can be represented as ...


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