[galib] Re:(6, 2) Sgst for "Genome with some fixed genes"

Chun Guo Wu wucg at ihpc.a-star.edu.sg
Fri Dec 12 21:44:25 EST 2003

Maybe you can set the gene i equal to 100 for each individul in the
initial population.
Then some crossover operator will keep it invariable. But Mutation
operator maybe change
it to other value. So you should modify the mutation operator.
Just a rough idea. Anyone is welcome to discuss it with me.

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>Anyone has the idea how to implement a genome with fixed genes?  For
>example, an array of integer genome G with G[i] always equals to 100 where i
>can be one of the selected gene by user. Or should I set aside the gene and
>play around the genome in the objective function?
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