Clojush (Clojure/Java) Clojush is a version of the Push programming language for evolutionary computation, and the PushGP genetic programming system, implemented in Clojure. Push features a stack-based execution architecture in which there is a separate stack for each data type. PushGP has been used for a variety of applications, ranging from intelligent agent design to automatic quantum computer programming. It has also been used for “meta-genetic-programming” or “autoconstructive evolution” experiments, in which programs and genetic operators co-evolve or in which programs produce their own offspring while also solving problems.

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  1. Edward Pantridge; Lee Spector: PyshGP: PushGP in Python (2017) not zbMATH