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Coevolution of pattern generators and recognizers

Stewart W. Wilson
2009 Proceedings of the 11th annual conference companion on Genetic and evolutionary computation conference - GECCO '09  
Proposed is an automatic system for creating pattern generators and recognizers that may provide new and human-independent insight into the pattern recognition problem.  ...  The system is based on a three-cornered coevolution of image-transformation programs.  ...  The process would permit unlimited generation of examples and very great flexibility of methods, by relying on competitive and cooperative coevolution of pattern generators and recognizers.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1570256.1570369 dblp:conf/gecco/Wilson09 fatcat:a6lhji4rifbyrmcn5lwectldpa

Coevolution of Pattern Generators and Recognizers [chapter]

Stewart W. Wilson
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Proposed is an automatic system for creating pattern generators and recognizers that may provide new and human-independent insight into the pattern recognition problem.  ...  The system is based on a three-cornered coevolution of image-transformation programs.  ...  The process would permit unlimited generation of examples and very great flexibility of methods, by relying on competitive and cooperative coevolution of pattern generators and recognizers.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17508-4_3 fatcat:3nhvrjj5qnf5nbog43x4ip3omq

EXPLORING THE IMPLICATIONS OF MOSAIC COEVOLUTIONARY OUTCOMES1

Edward Allen Herre
2006 Evolution  
Moreover, new systems are being recognized, and novel aspects of previously recognized systems are being newly appreciated.  ...  -Paraphrase of Lao Tzu from Tao Te Ching. What is interesting about species interactions? Their often strikingly matched patterns of phylogenetic coevolution?  ... 
doi:10.1554/br06-07.1 fatcat:l3ixigyi2vdahldh2duzoutfxa

PROJECT CellNet: EVOLVING AN AUTONOMOUS PATTERN RECOGNIZER

N. KHARMA, T. KOWALIW, E. CLEMENT, C. JENSEN, A. YOUSSEF, J. YAO
2004 International journal of pattern recognition and artificial intelligence  
We describe the desire for a black box approach to pattern classification: a generic Autonomous Pattern Recognizer, which is capable of self-adapting to specific alphabets without human intervention.  ...  The CellNet software system is introduced, an evolutionary system that optimizes a set of pattern-recognizing agents relative to a provided set of features and a given pattern database.  ...  The Model Overview CellNet contains a fixed-size population of pattern recognizing agents (or "hunters") and another fixed-size population of pattern agents (or "prey").  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0218001404003587 fatcat:odsa24aqgffmjmpnrhyqxxk2jm

Testing for coevolutionary diversification: linking pattern with process

David M. Althoff, Kari A. Segraves, Marc T.J. Johnson
2014 Trends in Ecology & Evolution  
Escape-and-radiate coevolution: the process by which coevolutionary arm races between plants and their natural enemies causes the evolution of new plant defenses that lead to an adaptive radiation in the  ...  Coevolution: reciprocal natural selection that causes reciprocal evolutionary changes in the traits of two or more interacting species.  ...  Thompson, and an anonymous reviewer for comments that greatly improved the manuscript. References  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tree.2013.11.003 pmid:24314843 fatcat:d3bntuslqvdjvmy6365j77tj3q

Coevolution: A Geographic Perspective The Coevolutionary Process John N. Thompson

Judith Bronstein
1996 BioScience  
More recently, researchers have recognized that many of those studies simply assumed that any pattern of mutual dependence must have been produced by a coevolutionary process.  ...  Thompson's theory generates a much-needed connection between local ecological processes and broad-scale evolutionary patterns and can help resolve apparent contradictions between them.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1312658 fatcat:4hrqa2l2d5gqfooms7lldlm6ne

Spatial eco-evolutionary feedback in plant-pathogen interactions

Ayco J. M. Tack, Anna-Liisa Laine
2013 European journal of plant pathology  
; and ii) illustrate how the outcome of coevolution (spatial distribution in resistance, infectivity and local adaptation) drives ecological metapopulation processes.  ...  In recent years the potential for evolutionary change to drive ecological dynamics, and vice versa, has been widely recognized.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by funding from the Academy of Finland (Grant Nos 250444, 136393, 133499) and European Research Council (PATHEVOL; 281517) to ALL and a grant from the Academy of  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10658-013-0353-x fatcat:pa6n5kcgnbhwjfsddutdzxqqdi

Page 1847 of Genetics Vol. 171, Issue 4 [page]

2005 Genetics  
However, it is currently unclear whether these patterns result from coevolution between parasites and components of the innate immune system.  ...  E-mail: francis.jiggins@ed.ac.uk Genetics 171: 1847-1859 (December 2005) to be because parasites are recognized using highly conserved molecular patterns and eliminated using re- sponses that are effective  ... 

Plant coevolution: evidences and new challenges

Andrea Occhipinti
2013 Journal of Plant Interactions  
The process of coevolution between plants and the surrounding biota Á including viruses, fungi, bacteria, nematodes, insects, and mammals Á is considered by many biologists to have generated much of the  ...  In this review article, I begin by briefly discussing the framework of coevolution theory and explore the complexities of studying coevolution in natural conditions.  ...  Failure to recognize the dynamic nature of the interaction could result in misinterpretation of the genetic basis of coevolution.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17429145.2013.816881 fatcat:tw4l7dinerfxbha7r6otdsayjm

A Cooperative Coevolution Approach to Automate Pattern-based Software Architectural Synthesis

Yongrui Xu, Peng Liang
2014 International journal of software engineering and knowledge engineering  
Architectural synthesis using architectural patterns is also recognized as a challenging task, especially for novice architects due to lack of experience.  ...  We¯rst analyze several common architectural patterns and the constraints when using them. We then extend existing architectural synthesis activity with patterns based on the results of this analysis.  ...  Similar to Rol, Ro denotes the set of pattern roles for responsibilities and the set of pattern relations in an automated generated solution.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0218194014400130 fatcat:bp6epjoyarcbddakytfjbzxljm

Geographic isolation trumps coevolution as a driver of yucca and yucca moth diversification

David M. Althoff, Kari A. Segraves, Christopher I. Smith, James Leebens-Mack, Olle Pellmyr
2012 Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution  
Coevolution is thought to be especially important in diversification of obligate mutualistic interactions such as the one between yuccas and pollinating yucca moths.  ...  We took a three-step approach to examine if plant and pollinator speciation events were likely driven by coevolution.  ...  The authors thank in particular Don Davis and Jerry Powell for sharing their vast experience with yucca moths and providing the phylogenetic and systematic framework on which this research was originally  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2011.11.024 pmid:22178365 fatcat:xn2jo2vtezfu7kph6cyuysmc4e

Three-cornered coevolution learning classifier systems for classification tasks

Syahaneim Marzukhi, Will N. Browne, Mengjie Zhang
2014 Proceedings of the 2014 conference on Genetic and evolutionary computation - GECCO '14  
This thesis introduces a Three-Cornered Coevolution System that is capable of addressing classification tasks through coevolution (coadaptive evolution) where three different agents (i.e. a generation  ...  agent and two classification agents) learn and adapt to the changes of the problems without human involvement.  ...  Recently, a theoretical framework of Three-Cornered Coevolution [124] was proposed by Wilson in the paper 'Coevolution of Pattern Generators and Recognizers'.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2576768.2598235 dblp:conf/gecco/MarzukhiBZ14 fatcat:6fy5jzcd6fbjjf5kdosuxbocta

Co-evolving Pattern Synthesis and Class Responsibility Assignment in Architectural Synthesis [chapter]

Yongrui Xu, Peng Liang
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we propose a cooperative coevolution approach to assign class responsibility and synthesize pattern automatically in a pattern-based AS.  ...  We formally translate the problem of the automated pattern-based AS into a multi-objective optimization problem, and describe the approach in detail.  ...  Class responsibility assignment (CRA) has a great impact on the overall design of the application [4] , and many methods were developed to help recognize the responsibilities of a system and assign them  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-09970-5_7 fatcat:fnupqy5f75gnzhi5xgvcu5s3we

Coevolutionary ecological economics

Giorgos Kallis, Richard B. Norgaard
2010 Ecological Economics  
production-consumption patterns; the vicious cycle between human efforts to control undesirable micro-organisms and the evolution of these organisms; and the adaptive advantages of other-regarding, cooperative  ...  At an epistemological level coevolution offers a powerful logic for transcending environmental and social determinisms and developing a cross-disciplinary approach in the study of socio-ecological systems  ...  and environmental studies in general.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2009.09.017 fatcat:hktwomf565ff7i55au4f44r72e

Grand Challenges in Coevolution

Mónica Medina, David M. Baker, David A. Baltrus, Gordon M. Bennett, Ulisse Cardini, Adrienne M. S. Correa, Sandie M. Degnan, Gregor Christa, Eunsoo Kim, Jingchun Li, David R. Nash, Ezequiel Marzinelli (+7 others)
2022 Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution  
From similar patterns across the wings of unrelated lineages of butterflies (Hoyal Cuthill and Charleston, 2015) , egg mimicry of "cheating" brood parasites (Davies, 2010) , to the role of animal pollinators  ...  A whole spectrum of organismal interactions has been examined under the lens of coevolution, providing additional context, and nuance to ecological strategies traditionally categorized as ranging from  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS MM outlined the manuscript and drafted the figures. All other authors contributed equally to the development of ideas and writing of the document.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fevo.2021.618251 fatcat:ytoudn6id5b4xdsuvcyuayi72a
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