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An associative architecture for genetic algorithm-based machine learning
November 1994 (vol. 27 no. 11)
pp. 27-38

Machine-based learning will eventually be applied to solve real-world problems. In this work, an associative architecture teams up with hybrid AI algorithms to solve a letter prediction problem with promising results. This article describes an investigation and simulation of a massively parallel learning classifier system (LCS) that was developed from a specialized associative architecture joined with hybrid AI algorithms. The LCS algorithms were specifically invented to computationally match a massively parallel computer architecture, which was a special-purpose design to support the inferencing and learning components of the LCS. The LCS's computationally intensive functions include rule matching, parent selection, replacement selection and, to a lesser degree, data structure manipulation.

Citation:
Kirk Twardoswski, "An associative architecture for genetic algorithm-based machine learning," Computer, vol. 27, no. 11, pp. 27-38, Nov. 1994, doi:10.1109/2.330041
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