Now showing items 1-2 of 2

  • Diversity and Novelty as Objectives in Poker 

    Pauli de Castro Bonson, Jéssica
    Evolutionary algorithms are capable to lead to efficient solutions without a predefined design and few human bias. However, they can be prone to early convergence and may be deceived by a non-informative or deceptive fitness ...
  • Urschleim in Silicon: Return-Oriented Program Evolution with ROPER 

    Fraser, Olivia Lucca
    Return-orientated programming (ROP) identifies pieces of a process’s executable memory ending in a return instruction (gadgets), and enlists them as an instruction set in which a new, “parasitic” program can be written, ...