An Investigation of Sexual Selection as aMechanism for Obtaining Multiple

@inproceedings{Ratford1997AnIO,
  title={An Investigation of Sexual Selection as aMechanism for Obtaining Multiple},
  author={DistinctSolutionsMichael Ratford and Andrew Tuson},
  year={1997}
}
  • DistinctSolutionsMichael Ratford, Andrew Tuson
  • Published 1997
The ability to obtain multiple distinct solutions in a single run is an important, though often forgotten, practical advantage of genetic algorithms, and therefore methods that enhance this ability are desirable. The approach taken here is inspired by nature: sexually reproducing organisms do not mate indiscriminately | the choice of mate has a large impact… CONTINUE READING