Genetic Programming as a Means of Assessing and Reflecting Chaos

E. Howard N. Oakley

The purpose of this study was to extend the application of GP to real experimental data, and to see whether it could be coupled with the examination of surrogate data, an increasingly popular technique in the study of chaotic systems (Theiler et al. 1992), and thus to test for chaos in even brief, noisy datasets.


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