Corpus ID: 3547258

Population Structures C 6 . 2 Speciation methods

@inproceedings{Deb1997PopulationSC,
  title={Population Structures C 6 . 2 Speciation methods},
  author={K. Deb and W. Spears},
  year={1997}
}
  • K. Deb, W. Spears
  • Published 1997
  • In nature, a species is defined as a collection of phenotypically similar individuals. Many biologists believe that individuals in a sexually reproductive species can be created and maintained by allowing restrictive mating only among individuals from the same species. The connection between the formation of multiple species in nature and in search and optimization problems lies in solving multimodal problems, where the objective is not only to find one optimal solution, but to find a number of… CONTINUE READING
    3 Citations
    Niching in derandomized evolution strategies and its applications in quantum control
    • 25
    Adaptive Niche Radii and Niche Shapes Approaches for Niching with the CMA-ES
    • 72
    EVADING: An Evolutionary Algorithm with Dynamic Niching for Data Classification
    • 2
    • PDF

    References

    SHOWING 1-8 OF 8 REFERENCES
    Experimental study of speciation in ecological niche theory using genetic algorithms
    • 23
    Genetic algorithms with dynamic niche sharing for multimodal function optimization
    • B. Miller, M. Shaw
    • Computer Science
    • Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Evolutionary Computation
    • 1996
    • 420
    Intelligent behavior as an adaptation to the task environment ; Part II.
    • 263
    1989Genetic Algorithms in Multimodal Function Optimization
    • 1989
    Kaufmann) pp 42–50 Eldredge N 1989Macro-evolutionary Dynamics: Species, Niches and Adaptive Peaks
    • 1989