METHOD, SYSTEM, AND COMPUTER PROGRAM PRODUCT FOR CONTROLLING GENETIC LEARNING FOR PREDICTIVE MODELS USING PREDEFINED STRATEGIES
Publication number: 20220051108
Abstract: Methods for controlling genetic learning for predictive models using predefined strategies may include, for each of a plurality of agents, selecting a type of predictive model. A strategy may be selected from predefined strategies. Candidate genomes may be generated and may include a plurality of genes. Each gene may be associated with a feature of the agent predictive model. A fit of each candidate genome to the agent strategy may be determined. A candidate genome may be selected based on the fit. For each of a plurality of epochs, a plurality of training iterations may be performed for each agent. A fitness of each agent predictive model may be determined. A subset of agents with a highest fitness may be determined. For each agent of the subset, at least one new agent may be generated. The genomes of the new agents may be merged with some genomes of the subset.
Filed: March 20, 2019
Publication date: February 17, 2022
Inventors: Theodore David Harris, Tatiana Korolevskaya, Yue Li, Craig O’Connell