|Title:||A Comparison of Genetic Programming and Neural Networks in Medical Data Analysis|
|Abstract:||We apply an interpreting variant of linear genetic programming to several diagnosis problems in medicine. We compare our results to results obtained with neural networks and argue that genetic programming is able to show similar performances in classification and generalization even when using a relatively small number of generations. Finally, an eficient algorithm for the elimination of introns in linear genetic programs is presented.|
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