Estudio de un Operador de Mutación para Algoritmos Genéticos Basado en la Teoría de la Criticalidad Auto-Organizada

Our studies on the sandpile mutation operator were extended, presented at MAEB2012 and published in the proceedings (in spanish). The abstract:

La mutación montón de arena es un operador para Algoritmos Genéticos basado en un modelo de Criticalidad Auto-Organizado con el mismo nombre. El operador ha sido desarrollado con el objetivo de resolver problemas con función objetivo variable. Este artículo propone un estudio del operador y la optimización de su desempeño, experimentando diferentes estrategias que conectan el modelo auto-organizado y el Algoritmo Genético. Las pruebas sobre el algoritmo se desarrollan con un gran conjunto de problemas dinámicos, diseñados con un generador de problemas a partir de funciones-base no dinámicas. Las mejores configuraciones del algoritmo son comparadas con dos AGs recientemente propuestos para optimización dinámica. Demostramos que un AG con el operador de mutación montón  de arena es eficiente para el conjunto de pruebas que es propuesto.

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About cfernandes81

Carlos M. Fernandes was born in Luanda in 1973 and lives in between Lisbon, Portugal, and Granada, Spain. He graduated (Technical University of Lisbon, 1998) in Electrotechnics Engineering and owns a master degree in the same field since 2002 (Technical University of Lisbon). He is currently pursuing a Ph.d. on Bio-inspired Computing. From 2001 to 2005 he was an assistant at Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal. (He is also a photographer and photography teacher.) Bio-inspired Computing is his major field of research: Genetic Algorithms, Estimation of Distribution Algorithms, Ant Colony Optimization, Particle Swarm Optimization and other metaheuristics. He is particularly interested in the hybridization of Bio-inspired Computing techniques with Self-Organization, Self-Organized Criticality Models and diversity maintenance strategies. In the present, Dynamic Optimization Problems are his mains target for applying such techniques. website: www.carlosmfernandes.com email: c.m.fernandes.photo@gmail.com

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