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Do Sophisticated Evolutionary Algorithms Perform Better than Simple Ones?
datasetposted on 19.01.2021, 11:40 authored by John FosterJohn Foster, Matthew Hughes, George O'Brien, Pietro OlivetoPietro Oliveto, James PyleJames Pyle, Dirk SudholtDirk Sudholt, James Williams
Our investigation aims to bridge the gap between theoretical and practical evolutionary algorithms. We compared the performance of a wide range of theory-driven EAs, from bare-bones algorithms like the (1+1) EA, a (2+1) GA and simple population-based algorithms to more sophisticated ones like the (1+(λ,λ)) GA and algorithms using fast (heavy-tailed) mutation operators, against sophisticated and highly effective EAs from specific applications.
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