Depictions of genotypic space for evaluating the suitability of different recombination operators

Abstract

When the genetic algorithm recombines two parent genotypes, the differences between them define a genotypic subspace, and any offspring produced should be confined to this subspace. Although this might seem insignificant, those recombination (or crossover) operators that violate this principle can direct a search away from the region (in genotypic space… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2330163.2330250

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