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By Cyril Fonlupt, Jin-Kao Hao, Evelyne Lutton, Edmund Ronald, Marc Schoenauer

The complaints of the 4th eu convention on man made Evolution, AE '99, held in Dunkerque, France, November 3-5, 1999. a number of the significant subject matters mentioned on the convention contain genetic operators and theoretical versions, purposes, brokers and cooperation, and heuristics. Softcover.

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Line-Breeding Schemes for Combinatorial Optimization, 448 – 457, in [EBSS98] E. Zitzler and L. Thiele. Multiobjective Optimization Using Evolutionary Algorithms – A Comparative Case Study, 292 – 301, in [EBSS98] Characterizing Locality in Decoder-Based EAs for the Multidimensional Knapsack Problem Jens Gottlieb1 and G¨ unther R. Raidl2 1 Department of Computer Science, Technical University of Clausthal, Julius-Albert-Str. at Abstract. The performance of decoder-based evolutionary algorithms (EAs) strongly depends on the locality of the used decoder and operators.

By phenotypic duplicate elimination. 1 Introduction Locality is known as an important factor for well-working evolutionary algorithms (EAs) [3,11,14,22]. Although locality can be interpreted in several ways, all interpretations are motivated by the same basic idea: Small changes in genotype performed by evolutionary operators such as mutation and crossover should result in small changes of phenotype, where phenotype is identified by the represented solution or its fitness. EAs which do not fulfill this condition at least partly act like pure random search, hence are not efficient.

Ra´s and Z. ), Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems, 134 – 143, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Volume 869, Springer, 1994 H. A. Mayer. ptGAs - Genetic Algorithms Evolving Noncoding Segments by Means of Promoter/Terminator Sequences. Evolutionary Computation. Volume 6, No. 4, 361 – 386, 1998 Z. Michalewicz. Heuristic Methods for Evolutionary Computation Techniques. Journal of Heuristics. Volume 1, No. 2, 177 – 206, 1995 S. Martello and P.

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