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Mutations in single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs - different variant positions (1%) from human genomes) are responsible for some genetic diseases. As a consequence, obtaining all SNPs from human populations is one of the primary goals of recent studies in human genomics. Two sequences of mentioned SNPs in diploid human organisms are called haplotypes. In this paper, we study haplotype reconstruction from SNP-fragments with and without genotype information, problems. Designing serial and parallel classifiers was center of our research. Genetic algorithm and K-means were two components of our approaches. This combination helps us to cover the single classifier's weaknesses.