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Evolving Crossover Operators for Function Optimization

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Evolving Crossover Operators for Function Optimization
Abstract. A new model for evolving crossover operators for evolutionary function optimization is proposed in this paper. The model is a hybrid technique that combines a Genetic Programming (GP) algorithm and a Genetic Algorithm (GA). Each GP chromosome is a tree encoding a crossover operator used for function optimization. The evolved crossover is embedded into a standard Genetic Algorithm which is used for solving a particular problem. Several crossover operators for function optimization are evolved using the considered model. The evolved crossover operators are compared to the human-designed convex crossover. Numerical experiments show that the evolved crossover operators perform similarly or sometimes even better than standard approaches for several well-known benchmarking problems.
Laura Diosan, Mihai Oltean
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Updated 22 Aug 2010
Type Conference
Year 2006
Where EUROGP
Authors Laura Diosan, Mihai Oltean
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