Michigan-style Learning Classifier Systems
What is Piecewise?
A Michigan-style Learning Classifier System (LCS) library, written in Python.
It makes heavy use of object-oriented language features to provide a modular, extensible framework on which to build LCS algorithms.
The currently implemented algorithms are:
- XCS (ternary rule representation)
- XCSR (centre-spread rule representation)
The primary use case of Piecewise is for LCS researchers who are interested in:
- Investigating modifications or extensions to existing LCS algorithms.
- Running experiments with LCS algorithms on common environments, through a standardised and easy-to-use interface.
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