Micro Genetic Algorithms in finding the optimal frequency for stabilizing atoms by high-intensity laser fields

@inproceedings{Barash2007MicroGA,
  title={Micro Genetic Algorithms in finding the optimal frequency for stabilizing atoms by high-intensity laser fields},
  author={Danny Barash and Ann E. Orel and V. Rao Vemuri},
  year={2007}
}
The goal of this paper is to explore the power of genetic algorithms, in particular the so called micro genetic algorithms, to solve a challenging problem in experimental physics. The problem is to find an optimum frequency to stabilize atoms by high-intensity laser fields. The standard approach to search for optimal laser parameters has been by trial and error. This is the first known application of a genetic algorithm technique to model atomic stabilization. The micro genetic algorithm worked… CONTINUE READING

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