Green, Jennifer and Whalley, Jacqueline L. and Johnson, Colin G.
Automatic Programming with Ant Colony Optimization.
In: Proceedings of the 2004 UK Workshop on Computational Intelligence, September 2004. , Loughborough University, .
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Automatic programming is the use of search techniques to find programs that solve a problem. The most commonly explored automatic programming technique is genetic programming, which uses genetic algorithms to carry out the search. In this paper we introduce a new technique called Ant Colony Programming (ACP) which uses an ant colony based search in place of genetic algorithms. This algorithm is described and compared with other approaches in the literature.
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