Positive and Negative Combination Effects of Crossover and Mutation Operators in Sequencing Problems

@inproceedings{Murata1996PositiveAN,
  title={Positive and Negative Combination Effects of Crossover and Mutation Operators in Sequencing Problems},
  author={Tadahiko Murata and Hisao Ishibuchi},
  booktitle={International Conference on Evolutionary Computation},
  year={1996}
}
When a genetic algorithm is applied to sequencing problems, various crossover and mutation operators are applicable. Because the performance of genetic algorithms depends on the choice of such operators, we have to carefully select appropriate operators for constructing high performance genetic algorithms. Moreover the performance also depends on the specifications of the crossover and mutation probabilities. In this paper, we discuss the selection of genetic operators and their probability… CONTINUE READING
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