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Application of a simple binary genetic algorithm to a noiseless testbed benchmark

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Application of a simple binary genetic algorithm to a noiseless testbed benchmark
One of the earliest evolutionary computation algorithms, the genetic algorithm, is applied to the noise-free BBOB 2009 testbed. It is adapted to the continuous domain by increasing the number of bits encoding each variable, until a desired resolution is possible to achieve. Good results and scaling are obtained for separable functions, but poor performance is achieved on the other functions, particularly ill-conditioned functions. Overall running times remain fast throughout. Categories and Subject Descriptors
Miguel Nicolau
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Updated 24 Jul 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where GECCO
Authors Miguel Nicolau
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