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Technical Report SFI-TR-95-02-010, Santa Fe Institute, July 1995. [WRB04] D. Whitley, J. Rowe, and K. Bush. Subthreshold Seeking Behavior and Robust Local Search. In GECCO 2004, pages v2:282–293. Springer, 2004. edu Abstract. Evolutionary algorithms belong to the class of general randomized search heuristics. Theoretical investigations often concentrate on simple instances like the well-known (1+1) EA. This EA is very similar to simulated annealing, another general randomized search heuristic. These two algorithms are systematically compared under the perspective of the expected optimization time when optimizing pseudo-boolean functions.

The neighborhood structure is symmetric around the key-transition; we can therefore consider only the lower triangle matrix which lies to the right of the key-transition. When S = 2x − 1 we can use the matrix Mx to bound the expected number of neighbors for every point in the quasi-basin on one side of the main barrier/reflection for all possible placements of the reflection points. Let S vary from 2x−1 to 2x − 1. A group of 2k points adjacent to a reflection must have at least k core neighbors under Gray code; the square submatrix of Mx counts only these core neighbors.

A Free Lunch Proof for Gray versus Binary Encodings. In GECCO-99, pages 726–733. Morgan Kaufmann, 1999. [WM95] David H. Wolpert and William G. Macready. No free lunch theorems for search. Technical Report SFI-TR-95-02-010, Santa Fe Institute, July 1995. [WRB04] D. Whitley, J. Rowe, and K. Bush. Subthreshold Seeking Behavior and Robust Local Search. In GECCO 2004, pages v2:282–293. Springer, 2004. edu Abstract. Evolutionary algorithms belong to the class of general randomized search heuristics. Theoretical investigations often concentrate on simple instances like the well-known (1+1) EA.

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