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- @TechReport{langdon:2006:eurogp2p,
- author = "W. B. Langdon",
- title = "The Halting Probability in {von Neumann} Architectures",
- year = "2006",
- institution = "Computer Science, University of Essex",
- number = "CSM-456",
- address = "UK",
- month = jul,
- keywords = "genetic algorithms, genetic programming",
- URL = "http://www.cs.essex.ac.uk/technical-reports/2006/csm456.pdf",
- size = "2 pages",
- abstract = "Theoretical models of Turing complete linear genetic programming (GP) programs suggest the fraction of halting programs is vanishingly small. Convergence results proved for an idealised machine, are tested on a small T7 computer with (finite) memory, conditional branches and jumps. Simulations confirm Turing complete fitness landscapes of this type hold at most a vanishingly small fraction of usable solutions.",
- notes = "2 page summary of \cite{langdon:2006:eurogp}",
- }

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