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Massive Multimodality, Deception, and Genetic Algorithms

  title={Massive Multimodality, Deception, and Genetic Algorithms},
  author={D. Goldberg and K. Deb and J. Horn},
  • D. Goldberg, K. Deb, J. Horn
  • Published in PPSN 1992
  • Computer Science
  • This paper considers the use of genetic algorithms GAs for the solution of problems that are both average sense misleading deceptive and massively multimodal An archetypical multimodal deceptive problem here called a bipolar deceptive problem is de ned and two generalized constructions of such problems are reviewed one using re ected trap functions and one using low order Walsh coe cients su cient conditions for bipolar deception are also reviewed The Walsh construction is then used to form a… CONTINUE READING
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