Genetic Algorithms - thefarawaysummerevenings

Last modified by Qfwfq on 2020/01/02 12:17

 I’m no more your mother
Than the cloud that distills a mirror to reflect its own slow
Effacement at the wind’s hand.All night your moth-breath
Flickers among the flat pink roses. I wake to listen:
A far sea moves in my ear. (SYLVIA PLATH, Morning Song)

Language Game: thefarawaysummerevenings

A genetic algorithm selects from a population of sentences to approximate phrases in John Ashberry's "Whatever It Is, Wherever You Are."

Theory: Genetic Evolution & Genetic Algorithms

Algorithms originating in a metaphor to natural selection. Evolutionary algorithms operate by considering a population of possible solutions, and iteratively selecting and testing variations on the most successful ones. A genetic algorithm may, in even more direct metaphor create new candidates from pairs of previous candidates.

Created by Qfwfq on 2019/01/22 07:56


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