4 Memetic Self-Adaptive Firefly Algorithm

@inproceedings{Fister4MS,
  title={4 Memetic Self-Adaptive Firefly Algorithm},
  author={Iztok Fister and Xin-She Yang and Janez Brest}
}
Nature has always been a source of inspiration for scientists when searching for solutions to given problems. For example, the collective behavior of social insects like ants, termites, bees, and wasp, as well as other animal societies like flocks of birds or schools of fish, has inspired scientists to design intelligent multiagent systems (Blum and Li, 2008). In the natural world, colonies of social insects consist of a huge number of unsophisticated beings/agents (i.e., individuals) so that a… CONTINUE READING

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