Worst Fitness (with complexity vs. without complexity)

This graph displays somewhat similar results as the graph of the best fitness, although a difference is a little more apparent. Since this is the fitness of the worst individual in the population, the values are a little more erratic, and it is more difficult to draw conclusions. However, the test without complexity as part of the fitness factor was better in general that the results of the test with complexity as part of the fitness factor--perhaps indicative of the improvement of the entire population in the test that did not use complexity as part of fitness that was indicated by the results of the average fitness.
William Bauder