GPML: an XML-based standard for the interchange of genetic programming trees

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Esmail Saber (2019). GPML: an XML-based standard for the interchange of genetic programming trees. Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines . 11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10710-019-09370-4
AuthorsEsmail Saber
Abstract

We propose a genetic programming markup language (GPML), an XML-based standard for the interchange of genetic programming trees, and outline the benefits such a format would bring in allowing the deployment of trained genetic programming (GP) models in applications as well as the subsidiary benefit of allowing GP researchers to directly share trained trees. We present a formal definition of this standard and describe details of an implementation. In addition, we present a case study where GPML is used to implement a model predictive controller for the control of a building heating plant.

Year2019
JournalGenetic Programming and Evolvable Machines
Journal citation11
PublisherSpringer
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1007/s10710-019-09370-4
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Deposited12 Dec 2019
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