Gas, an approach to a solution of the niche radius problem

M. Jelasity, J. Dombi

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Abstract

This paper introduces a niching technique called GAS which dynamically creates a subpopulation structure (taxonomic chart) using a radius function instead of a single radius, and a `cooling' method similar to simulated annealing. GAS offers a solution to the niche radius problem with the help of these techniques. A method based on the speed of species is presented for determining the radius function. Speed functions are given for both real and binary domains. Finally we discuss the sphere packing problem on binary domains using some tools of coding theory to make it possible to evaluate the output of the system.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIEE Conference Publication
Editors Anon
PublisherIEE
Pages424-429
Number of pages6
Edition414
Publication statusPublished - 1995
EventProceedings of the 1st IEE/IEEE International Conference on Genetic Algorithms in Engineering Systems: Innovations and Applications GALESIA '95 - Sheffield, Engl
Duration: Sep 12 1995Sep 14 1995

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OtherProceedings of the 1st IEE/IEEE International Conference on Genetic Algorithms in Engineering Systems: Innovations and Applications GALESIA '95
CitySheffield, Engl
Period9/12/959/14/95

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Jelasity, M., & Dombi, J. (1995). Gas, an approach to a solution of the niche radius problem. In Anon (Ed.), IEE Conference Publication (414 ed., pp. 424-429). IEE.

Gas, an approach to a solution of the niche radius problem. / Jelasity, M.; Dombi, J.

IEE Conference Publication. ed. / Anon. 414. ed. IEE, 1995. p. 424-429.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Jelasity, M & Dombi, J 1995, Gas, an approach to a solution of the niche radius problem. in Anon (ed.), IEE Conference Publication. 414 edn, IEE, pp. 424-429, Proceedings of the 1st IEE/IEEE International Conference on Genetic Algorithms in Engineering Systems: Innovations and Applications GALESIA '95, Sheffield, Engl, 9/12/95.
Jelasity M, Dombi J. Gas, an approach to a solution of the niche radius problem. In Anon, editor, IEE Conference Publication. 414 ed. IEE. 1995. p. 424-429
Jelasity, M. ; Dombi, J. / Gas, an approach to a solution of the niche radius problem. IEE Conference Publication. editor / Anon. 414. ed. IEE, 1995. pp. 424-429
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