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Parallel single front genetic algorithm: performance analysis in a cluster system

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In this paper a performance analysis in a cluster system of the parallel single front genetic algorithm (PSFGA) is carried out. The PSFGA is a parallel evolutionary optimizer for multiobjective problems that use a structured population in the form of a set of islands. The SFGA, an elitist evolutionary algorithm with a clearing procedure that uses a grid in the objective space for diversity maintaining purposes, is performed on each subpopulation (island) associated to a different area in the search space. Experimental results show that PSFGA outperforms SFGA and SPEA (strength Pareto evolutionary algorithm) in the cases studied.

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Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium, 2003. Proceedings. International

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22-26 April 2003