Multi Feature Visualisations of Phenotypic Behaviour for Creative Interactive Evolution


A visualisation method is presented for interactive evolution of interactive software objects, in which multiple outputs of the system are used to construct a two-dimensional shape in a feature space. The method allows multiple phenotypes to be overlaid allowing for quick feedback on the different properties of phenotypes. The properties of the resulting visualisations are discussed.

C. Blum (ed.) Proceeding of the Fifteenth Annual Conference on Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), 6–10 July 2013, Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 49–50