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*3 XCSI: XCS Modified for Integer Inputs*

Mutation: Is the action involved in mutation? How is it done if
it is?

(J. Zhang, 11/15/00).
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Crossover: After crossover, there is the possibility that one or
both of the offsprings' condition is not valid. I mean, l > u.
For example, if I have 1122 and 1111, and the crossover point is
position 3. Then after crossover, I get 1121 and 1112. So the
first one is not valid but the second is. so my question is what to
do if this situation happens.

(J. Zhang, 11/15/00).
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Please explain the notation "(0,m_0]" for the range from which
random numbers are selected by "rand".
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*4.1 Experiment 1--Two Dimensions*

The threshold for GA subsumption is 50 and for action set subsumption
is 1000, right? If so, the method COULD SUBSUME (in the Algorithmic
Description paper, Springer-Verlag version) will be different for them,
but the epsilon_0 is 1 for both of them. Why 1000 is used?
(J. Zhang, 11/15/00).
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*5.1 Experient 3--WBC Train/Test*

I am attempting to reproduce your results with XCSI applied to the
Wisconsin Breast Cancer Database. I have had some success to date but
to progress further I could do with some assistance.
Do you have any statistics on the variability of results obtained from
any additional data produced from your experiments in order to
evaluate my program's performance?
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Covering: How are the missing attributes ("?") in the WBC dataset
covered--to select a random number or to use l=1 and u=10?
(J. Zhang, 11/15/00).
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