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- Edmund K. Burke, Graham Kendall, Eric Soubeiga
- J. Heuristics
- 2003

Hyperheuristics can be defined to be heuristics which choose between heuristics in order to solve a given optimisation problem. The main motivation behind the development of such approaches is the goal of developing automated scheduling methods which are not restricted to one problem. In this paper we report the investigation of a hyperheuristic approach… (More)

This chapter introduces and overviews an emerging methodology in search and optimisation. One of the key aims of these new approaches, which have been termed hyper-heuristics, is to raise the level of generality at which optimisation systems can operate. An objective is that hyper-heuristics will lead to more general systems that are able to handle a wide… (More)

- Peter I. Cowling, Graham Kendall, Eric Soubeiga
- PATAT
- 2000

The concept of a hyperheuristic is introduced as an approach that operates at a higher lever of abstraction than current metaheuristic approaches. The hyperheuristic manages the choice of which lower-level heuristic method should be applied at any given time, depending upon the characteristics of the region of the solution space currently under exploration.… (More)

- Edmund K. Burke, Graham Kendall, Glenn Whitwell
- Operations Research
- 2004

This paper presents a new best-fit heuristic for the two-dimensional rectangular stock-cutting problem and demonstrates its effectiveness by comparing it against other published approaches. A placement algorithm usually takes a list of shapes, sorted by some property such as increasing height or decreasing area, and then applies a placement rule to each of… (More)

- Edmund K. Burke, Matthew Hyde, Graham Kendall, Gabriela Ochoa, Ender Ozcan, John Woodward
- 2009

In an attempt to ensure good-quality printouts of our technical reports, from the supplied PDF files, we process to PDF using Acrobat Distiller. We encourage our authors to use outline fonts coupled with embedding of the used subset of all fonts (in either Truetype or Type 1 formats) except for the standard Acrobat typeface families of Times, Helvetica… (More)

- Edmund K. Burke, Michel Gendreau, +4 authors Rong Qu
- JORS
- 2013

Hyper-heuristics comprise a set of approaches that are motivated (at least in part) by the goal of automating the design of heuristic methods to solve hard computational search problems. An underlying strategic research challenge is to develop more generally applicable search methodologies. The term hyper-heuristic is relatively new; it was first used in… (More)

1. INTRODUCTION The biological immune system is a robust, complex, adaptive system that defends the body from foreign pathogens. It is able to categorize all cells (or molecules) within the body as self-cells or non-self cells. It does this with the help of a distributed task force that has the intelligence to take action from a local and also a global… (More)

- Edmund K. Burke, Robert S. R. Hellier, Graham Kendall, Glenn Whitwell
- Operations Research
- 2006

This paper presents a new heuristic algorithm for the two-dimensional irregular stock cutting problem, which generates significantly better results than the previous state of the art on a wide range of established benchmark problems. The developed algorithm is able to pack shapes with a traditional line representation, and it can also pack shapes that… (More)

- Philip Hingston, Graham Kendall
- IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation
- 2004

In this paper, we explore interactions in a co-evolving population of model-based adaptive agents and fixed non-adaptive agents playing the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma (IPD). The IPD is much studied in the game theory, machine learning and evolutionary computation communities as a model of emergent cooperation between self-interested individuals. Each field… (More)

- Edmund K. Burke, Steven M. Gustafson, Graham Kendall
- IEEE Trans. Evolutionary Computation
- 2004

This paper examines measures of diversity in genetic programming. The goal is to understand the importance of such measures and their relationship with fitness. Diversity methods and measures from the literature are surveyed and a selected set of measures are applied to common standard problem instances in an experimental study. Results show the varying… (More)