By Fred Glover (auth.), Jin-Kao Hao, Evelyne Lutton, Edmund Ronald, Marc Schoenauer, Dominique Snyers (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the completely refereed post-conference lawsuits of the 3rd eu convention on man made Evolution, AE '97, held in Nimes, France, in October 1997. the quantity provides 22 revised complete papers conscientiously chosen for inclusion including an invited survey at the cutting-edge in scatter seek through Fred Glover. The papers are equipped in topical sections on genetic-algorithm operators, purposes in a variety of components, theoretical matters, methodologies, and evolvable and robotics.
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For example, if bMax -- 10 there are 45 different 2-elements subsets for SubsetType = 1, and the collections for SubsetType -- 2 and 3 each contain a bit less 23 than 45 additional subsets. All together, SubsetType = t to 4 would generate approximately 130 distinct subsets. If bMax = 20, the total number of different subsets generated is a little less than 600. Depending on the number of solutions contained in C(X), and on the amount of time required to generate a given combined solution and to enhance it by the Improvement Method, the value of bMax can be increased or decreased, or the types of subsets produced can similarly be changed (to produce variants or subsets of the four types generated by the process subsequently indicated).
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An alternative is to apply the Diversification Stage directly within the Filter and Fan structure, where M and its derivative sets are generated by keeping the value of nO, and especially the values nl and n2, small. The evaluator in this case may alternatively be a composite of the normal evaluator and a diversification evaluator, with the goal of producing solutions that are reasonably good as well as somewhat different from previous solutions. Then the values of nO, nl and n2 may be closer to those during a non-diversification stage.