# Index of Tables

## Overview of data

There are five columns of data at the top, three of which are subdivided into three sub-columns.
The three sub columns are the values of the **B**est, **A**verage, and **W**orst
individual for every five generations. The five top-level columns are (in order):
**Gen**eration, which lists the generations that the data is taken from.
**Fitness** Measure, which is the value of the averages of the fitness measure for those
generations
**Complexity**, which lists the average complexity of the resulting trees in those
generations
**Depth**, which lists the tree depth of those generations
**Variety** of the population

## List of tables

This table contains the results of the test that did not take the tree's complexity into account
as a fitness measure (100 generations)
This table contains the results of the test that used the tree's complexity
as part of the fitness measure (100 generations)
This table contains the results of the test that used the tree's complexity
as part of the fitness measure, adjusted by subtracting the average complexity.
The fitness measures here are equivalent to the measures of the test without complexity,
and are used for comparision between the two tests. (100 generations)
This table contains the difference (test with complexity subtracted from the test without
complexity) of the tests with and without complexity as a fitness measure. (100 generations)
The table contains the difference (absolute value of previous tables) of the tests with and
without complexity as a fitness measure. (100 generations)
This table contains the results of the test that used both Edgar's evaluation and the outcome
of the game as a fitness measure. (200 generations)

*William Bauder*

wjb14@columbia.edu