Using regression to improve local convergence

@article{Bird2007UsingRT,
  title={Using regression to improve local convergence},
  author={Stefan Bird and Xiaodong Li},
  journal={2007 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation},
  year={2007},
  pages={592-599}
}
Traditionally Evolutionary Algorithms (EAs) choose candidate solutions based on their individual fitnesses, usually without directly looking for patterns in the fitness landscape discovered. These patterns often contain useful information that could be used to guide the EA to the optimum. While an EA is able to quickly locate the general area of a peak, it can take a considerable amount of time to refine the solution to accurately reflect its true location. We present a new technique that can… CONTINUE READING

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