[galib] reordering operators

fr.teodoro@gmail.com fr.teodoro at gmail.com
Sat Feb 14 18:51:27 EST 2009

One example os use with GAlib:
void GAListGenomeFactory::setCrossover(::GAListGenome<int>* genome)
	::GAGenome::SexualCrossover crossFunc;
	switch (this->params.crossover) {
		case View::GAListGenomeParams::PARTIAL_MATCH_CROSSOVER:
			crossFunc = ::GAListGenome<int>::PartialMatchCrossover;
		case View::GAListGenomeParams::ORDER_CROSSOVER:
			crossFunc = ::GAListGenome<int>::OrderCrossover;
		case View::GAListGenomeParams::CYCLE_CROSSOVER:
			crossFunc = ::GAListGenome<int>::CycleCrossover;

But I think Genetic Algorithms is not efficient for such problems, maybe you
want to tray something else like Ant Colony Optimization.

On Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 01:04:00PM -0800, Bill Gibb wrote:
> Hello,
> I was wondering whether anyone has had any success using "reordering 
> operators" with GAs (for combinatorial optimization). I found some 
> theoretical treatments of reordering operators in the literature, but 
> not much in the way of real-life success stories.
> Thanks.
> Bill
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Fábio Roberto Teodoro

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