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EVOLUTION OF ALGEBRAIC TERMS 1: TERM TO TERM OPERATION CONTINUITY

    https://doi.org/10.1142/S0218196713500227Cited by:8 (Source: Crossref)

    This study was inspired by recent successful applications of evolutionary computation to the problem of finding terms to represent arbitrarily given operations on a primal groupoid. Evolution requires that small changes in a term result in small changes in the associated term operation. We prove a theorem giving two readily testable conditions under which a groupoid must have this continuity property, and offer evidence that most primal groupoids satisfy these conditions.

    AMSC: 08A40, 68Q05, 92D15

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