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Adaptive Distributed Genetic Algorithms and Its VLSI Design

Authors: Kazutaka Kobayashi, Norihiko Yoshida, Shuji Narazaki

Abstract:

This paper presents a dynamic adaptation scheme for the frequency of inter-deme migration in distributed genetic algorithms (GA), and its VLSI hardware design. Distributed GA, or multi-deme-based GA, uses multiple populations which evolve concurrently. The purpose of dynamic adaptation is to improve convergence performance so as to obtain better solutions. Through simulation experiments, we proved that our scheme achieves better performance than fixed frequency migration schemes.

Keywords: Genetic algorithms, dynamic adaptation, VLSI hardware.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1328806

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