Machine Learning Methods for Engineering Application Development

An Empirical View of Genetic Machine Learning based on Evolutionary Learning Computations

Author(s): M. Chandraprabha and Rajesh Kumar Dhanaraj * .

Pp: 59-75 (17)

DOI: 10.2174/9879815079180122010008

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


The only prerequisite in the past era was human intelligence, but today's world is full of artificial intelligence and its obstacles, which must still be overcome. It could be said that anything from cars to household items must be artificially intelligent. Everyone needs smartphones, vehicles, and machines. Some kind of intelligence is required by all at all times. Since computers have become such an integral part of our lives, it has become essential to develop new methods of human-computer interaction. Finding an intelligent way of machine and user interaction is one of the most crucial steps in meeting the requirement. The motivations for developing artificial intelligence and artificial life can be traced back to the dawn of the computer era. As always, evolution is a case of shifting phenomena. Adaptive computer systems are explicitly designed to search for problem-specific solutions in the face of changing circumstances. It has been said before that evolution is a massively parallel quest method that never works on a single species or a single solution at any given time. Many organisms are subjected to experiments and modifications. As a result, this write-up aims to create Artificial Intelligence, superior to machine learning that can master these problems, ranging from traditional methods of automatic reasoning to interaction strategies with evolutionary algorithms. The result is evaluated with a piece of code for predicting optimal test value after learning.

Keywords: Evolutionary computation, Evolutionary algorithms, Fitness stage, Genetic and Heredity, Population, Stochastic.

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