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By Robert Schaefer, Carlos Cotta, Joanna Kolodziej, Günter Rudolph

This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the eleventh foreign convention on Parallel challenge fixing from Nature - PPSN XI, held in Kraków, Poland, in September 2010. The 131 revised complete papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 232 submissions. The convention covers quite a lot of subject matters, from evolutionary computation to swarm intelligence, from bio-inspired computing to actual international purposes. computing device studying and mathematical video games supported by means of evolutionary algorithms in addition to memetic, agent-oriented structures also are represented.

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Especially when prior tuning approaches are costly, such characteristics may be used to inform algorithm choice. Meanwhlle, the footprints we have examined here clearly challenge certain prior expectations of the robustness of a standard algorithm tuning approach. Our experiments arise from essentially arbitrary but representative and relevant choices of algorithms, domains and instance distributions, and we see similar findings in other domains (work in progress), so we do not expect these to be pathologic cases.

453–460. ACM Press, New York (2006) 11. : On the ultimate convergence rates for isotropic algorithms and the best choices among various forms of isotropy. , Yao, X. ) PPSN 2006. LNCS, vol. 4193, pp. 32–41. Springer, Heidelberg (2006) Optimisation and Generalisation: Footprints in Instance Space David W. Corne and Alan P. uk Abstract. The chief purpose of research in optimisation is to understand how to design (or choose) the most suitable algorithm for a given distribution of problem instances.

3–10]]. Here, we describe both concepts for the (1 +, λ)-ES. Ê Æ Æ Ê Ê given: Xk ∈ d , j ∈ , λ ∈ + , f : d → i←0 while i < λ do i ← i + 1, j ← j + 1 if mirrored sampling and j ≡ 0 (mod 2) then use previous sample Xki = Xk − N i−1 k else Xki = Xk + N ik if sequential selection and f (Xki ) < f (Xk ) then j ← 0 start with a new sample in the next iteration break; end while return Xk+1 = argmin{f (Xk1 ), . . , f (Xki )} Fig. 1. Left: If for a unimodal function with convex sub-level sets, a sampled solution is better than its parent (dark arrow into shaded region of better objective function values), the mirrored one (gray) is always worse.

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