Characterising continuous optimisation problems for particle swarm optimisation performance prediction

@inproceedings{Malan2014CharacterisingCO,
  title={Characterising continuous optimisation problems for particle swarm optimisation performance prediction},
  author={Katherine Mary Malan},
  year={2014}
}
Real-world optimisation problems are often very complex. Population-based metaheuristics, such as evolutionary algorithms and particle swarm optimisation (PSO) algorithms, have been successful in solving many of these problems, but it is well known that they sometimes fail. Over the last few decades the focus of research in the field has been largely on the algorithmic side with relatively little attention being paid to the study of the problems. Questions such as ‘Which algorithm will most… CONTINUE READING

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