Testing Population Designs

  title={Testing Population Designs},
  author={Peter Greistorfer},
Many metaheuristic search methods are, in one form or another, based on populations. Besides the most prominent member of this group, the genetic algorithms (GAs), there is also a number of interesting methods which deal with the algorithmic inclusion of a pool component. To nominate the most important, there are the scatter search (SCS), the path relinking concept or simply restart techniques, as they are often used in the context of tabu search (TS) frameworks. All these methods maintain a… CONTINUE READING

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