ernest at pmail.ntu.edu.sg
Wed Sep 6 12:50:44 EDT 2006
But why didn't it happen when I use other GAs?? Thanks!
From: Sri [mailto:kskk02 at gmail.com]
Sent: Thu 9/7/2006 00:42
To: #ERNEST LUMANPAUW#
Subject: Re: [galib] DemeGA
Im not sure. I think by default one of the genomes has to be the 0 vector.
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From: #ERNEST LUMANPAUW# <mailto:ernest at pmail.ntu.edu.sg>
To: galib at mit.edu
Sent: Tuesday, September 05, 2006 9:24 AM
Subject: [galib] DemeGA
I tried to use Deme GA (GADemeGA) for various benchmark functions for optimization. The strange thing is that whenever the global optimum is at (0,0,...,0) it always successfully reaches optimum in the 1st generation. Why is that so? Is it because during first population initialization, individual (0,0,...,0) is always by default picked and included in the population? Based on my understanding, population initialization is done randomly.Please help. Thanks!
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