"The replacement of rules of low strength by new rules when environmental situations are ill-handled" (J. HOLLAND, 1992 p.176)
This process is proper to evolving adaptive rules-based systems. It uses recombination.
It leads to "generating plausible replacements for rules assigned low strength "(Ibid, p.179), through a credit assignment algorithm, and is the motor of adaptation in systems of this type.
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