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Genetic Programming Theory and Practice VII
In this paper we use register-based genetic programming with memory-withmemory to discover probabilistic membership functions that are used to divide up data-sets of event-related potentials recorded via EEG in psycho-physiological experiments based on the corresponding response times. The objective is to evolve membership functions which lead to maximising the statistical significance with which true brain waves can be reconstructed when averaging the trials in each bin. Results show that GPdoi:10.1007/978-1-4419-1626-6_9 fatcat:lzbzt2jw6bej3fkeoyuvcbp7qa