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Grow and Serve: Growing Django Citation Services Using SBSE
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  • Authors:
    Jia Y, Harman M, Langdon WB, Marginean A
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  • Pagination:
    269, 275
  • Published proceedings:
    SSBSE 2015 Challenge Track
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  • Editors:
    Yoo S,Minku L
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  • Addresses:
    Bergamo, Italy
  • Notes:
    keywords: genetic algorithms, genetic programming, genetic improvement, SBSE, GGGP, Phyton size: 6 pages notes: Used with GP bibliography May 5 15:46 to May 11 13:25 http://ssbse.org/2015/?page_id=29
We introduce a grow and serve approach to Genetic Improvement (GI) that grows new functionality as a web service running on the Django platform. Using our approach, we successfully grew and released a citation web service. This web service can be invoked by existing applications to introduce a new citation counting feature. We demonstrate that GI can grow genuinely useful code in this way, so we deployed the SBSE-grown web service into widely-used publications repositories, such as the GP bibliography. In the first 24 hours of deployment alone, the service was used to provide GP bibliography citation data 369 times from 29 countries.
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