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Relations of GA operators & Resemblance in Different Crossovers Operators

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2 Author(s)
Chaudhari, Pallavi M. ; Department of Information Technology, P.I.E.T., Nagpur, India ; Raghuwanshi, M. M.

It is clear from the description of the working principles of a GA that GA operators are tunable with the parameters associated with each of them. Since there exist flexibilities, for changing the importance of one operator over another or flexibilities in using a different representation scheme to suit a problem, GAs are widely applicable to various types of problems. Comparative study of crossover operators will help to analyze their behavior.

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Theoretical Engineering (ISTET), 2009 XV International Symposium on

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22-24 June 2009