Using LLVM-based JIT Compilation in Genetic Programming

01/20/2017 ∙ by Michal Gregor, et al. ∙ 0

The paper describes an approach to implementing genetic programming, which uses the LLVM library to just-in-time compile/interpret the evolved abstract syntax trees. The solution is described in some detail, including a parser (based on FlexC++ and BisonC++) that can construct the trees from a simple toy language with C-like syntax. The approach is compared with a previous implementation (based on direct execution of trees using polymorphic functors) in terms of execution speed.

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