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Coevolutionary Genetic Algorithms to Simulate the Immune System's Gene Libraries Evolution

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Coevolutionary Genetic Algorithms to Simulate the Immune System's Gene Libraries Evolution
Two binary-encoded models describing some aspects of the coevolution between an artificial immune system and a set of antigens have been proposed and analyzed. The first model has focused on the coevolution between antibodies generating gene libraries and antigens. In the second model, the coevolution involves a new population of self molecules whose function was to establish restrictions in the evolution of libraries’ population. A coevolutionary genetic algorithm (CGA) was used to form adaptive niching inspired in the Coevolutionary Shared Niching strategy. Numerical experiments and conclusions are presented.
Grazziela Patrocinio Figueredo, Luís Alfred
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICNC
Authors Grazziela Patrocinio Figueredo, Luís Alfredo V. de Carvalho, Helio J. C. Barbosa
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