IEEE, 1997 - Computers - 724 pages
This collection of articles from the IEEE International Conference covers a wide range of aspects of evolutionary computing. This includes principles of evolutionary computation such as adaption and self-adaption, variation operators, representational issues and theoretical investigations.
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Towards a Theory of PopulationBased Incremental Learning
The Gamblers Ruin Problem Genetic Algorithms and the Sizing of Populations
The Mixing Evolutionary Algorithm independent selection and allocation of trials
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