Optimization via evolutionary processes

Raman, Srilata ; Patnaik, L.M. (1997) Optimization via evolutionary processes Advances in Computers, 45 . pp. 155-196. ISSN 0065-2458

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Evolutionary processes have attracted considerable interest in recent years for solving a variety of optimization problems. This article presents a synthesizing overview of the underlying concepts behind evolutionary algorithms, a brief review of genetic algorithms, & motivation for hybridizing genetic algorithms with other methods. Operating concepts governing evolutionary strategies & differences between such strategies & genetic algorithms are highlighted. Genetic programming techniques & their application are discussed briefly. To demonstrate the applicability of these principles, representative examples are drawn from different disciplines.

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