Theoretical analysis of evolutionary algorithms with an infinite population size in continuous space. Part II: Analysis of the diversification role of crossover

@article{Qi1994TheoreticalAO,
  title={Theoretical analysis of evolutionary algorithms with an infinite population size in continuous space. Part II: Analysis of the diversification role of crossover},
  author={Xiaofeng Qi and Francesco Palmieri},
  journal={IEEE transactions on neural networks},
  year={1994},
  volume={5 1},
  pages={120-9}
}
For pt. I see ibid., p. 102-19. In this part of the paper the authors concentrate on the unique diversification role of the crossover operator in genetic algorithms. The explorative behavior of a generic crossover operator is revealed through a detailed large-sample analysis. Recursive equations for the population distributions are derived for a uniform crossover operator in multi-dimensional continuous space, showing how the crossover operator probes new regions of the solution space while… CONTINUE READING

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