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p121 all crossover and mutation operations produce correct syntax byte code. All initial, random code, is legal (use of user supplied semantically legal class file) insertion of small fragments of random code which leave virtual machine stack at same depth (and state?). Random genetic and initialisation operation operate on whole instructions. Ie respect their variable length. p122 function regression, image reconstruction, seven segment LED digit. No run time errors.
p123 'better chance for the evolution of a valid stack when the number of parameters is low.' Problem of method calls becoming extinct.
p124 'an evolved bytecode program may not pass a specific [implementation of a] virtual machine's class file verifier.'
First author may be misspelt as Klanhlold",
Genetic Programming entries for Stefan Klahold Steffen Frank Robert E Keller Wolfgang Banzhaf