Joined: Mar. 2008
As others have pointed out, all you have to do is sit down to program a Weasel algorithm, and it becomes clear that passing the location of correct letters is much more complex than selecting the child closest to the target. One could differentiate the algorithms by the number of steps and tests required to generate a population.
|He will continue to avoid answering it. Maybe the reason is that it is so obvious that these two searches, called “Partitioned” and “Proximity Reward”, are completely different.|
In the case of self replicators, no information at all is passed to the replicator.
... a poster child for irresponsible and deceitful misrepresentation of design theory on the Internet.