Coevolutionary Principles

@inproceedings{Popovici2012CoevolutionaryP,
  title={Coevolutionary Principles},
  author={Elena Popovici and Anthony Bucci and R. Paul Wiegand and Edwin D. de Jong},
  booktitle={Handbook of Natural Computing},
  year={2012}
}
Coevolutionary algorithms approach problems for which no function for evaluating potential solutions is present or known. Instead, algorithms rely on the aggregation of outcomes from interactions among evolving entities in order to make selection decisions. Given the lack of an explicit yardstick, understanding the dynamics of coevolutionary algorithms, judging whether a given algorithm is progressing, and designing effective new algorithms present unique challenges unlike those faced by… CONTINUE READING
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