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Hi MEP and GP experts,
I'm working on SPEL (speakable programming for every language) which
is programming language for making GI-OS (General Intelligence
Operating System). Anyways so now that I have the vocabulary and
syntax, I need standard libraries and things like that. But I've no
time to do that, and don't have anyone to help me, so last week I
discovered Genetic Programming which can synthesize programs, to
generate the aforementioned libraries.
Just an additional motivation to go the GP program synthesis route, is
that fault-tolerance is often based on redundancy, so it should be
fairly trivial to evolve multiple hero algorithms for various local
maximums, (that way can run 2 or 3 different algorithms at a time for
Currently in the virtual machine, I'm using 32byte blocks, which fit
up to 15 instructions, averaging probably 4. I'm wondering if these
are similar to a MEP "chromosome", or gene.
The idea behind these 32byte blocks is that they each hold a sentence,
for example there can be 3 loads and a command in a sentence.
Additionally the encoding supports showing dependency, so a long
sentence could be multiple blocks, (if loading large constants).
Anyways so my main question is in relation to how SPEL can be MEP
A dream of Gaia's future.
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