PC-Beagle is a rule-finder program for PCs which examines a database of examples and uses machine-learning techniques to create a set of decision rules for classifying those examples, thus turning data into knowledge. The system contains six major components, one of which (HERB - the "Heuristic Evolutionary Rule Breeder") uses GA techniques to generate rules by natural SELECTION.

PC-Beagle is available to educational users for 69 pounds sterling. Orders, payment or requests for information should be addressed to: Richard Forsyth, Pathway Research Ltd., 59 Cranbrook Rd., Bristol BS6 7BS, UK. Tel: +44 117 942 8692 (Unverified 8/94).

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