Why Evolutionary Ontologies are not Genetic Programming
Authors: D. Contraș, O. Matei
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Recently, the concept of evolutionary ontologies (EO) has been introduced. Ever since there are debates whether or not EO’s are genetic algorithms or genetic programming (GP). This article makes a comparison between genetic programming (GP) and evolutionary ontologies (EO). Between the two there are significant differences, which make them completely distinct, although for some specific representations of the ontologic individuals, such as RDF, there are some similarities. However, we prove that there is a large gap between GP's and EO's, which impose EO’s as a new, completely different field of evolutionary computation.