Polyhedron Evolver: Evolution of 3D Shapes with Evolvica

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J. Jacob; Aamer Nazir: Polyhedron Evolver: Evolution of 3D Shapes with Evolvica. In: 2002 World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics, and Informatics (SCI 2002).




We present a programming environment for interactive, evolutionary design by genetic programming. The feasibility of using a stochastic system, that mimicks evolution through mutation and recombination, for automatic construction of design programs is demonstrated by example of evolved polyhedral objects.

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