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Altering the granularity of neutrality in a multi-layered genetic algorithm
(SciTePress Digital Library, 2014)
By adopting a basic interpretation of the biological processes of transcription and translation, the multilayered GA (MGA) introduces a genotype-phenotype mapping for a haploid genotype, which allows the granularity of the ...
Diversifying techniques and neutrality in genetic algorithms
(SciTePress Digital Library, 2016)
This paper examines the implicit maintenance of diversity within a population through the inclusion of a layered genotype-phenotype map (GP-map) in a Genetic Algorithm (GA), based on the principal of Neutral theory. The ...
Examining the impact of neutrality on genetic algorithm population evolution
(SciTePress Digital Library, 2015-11-12)
This paper examines the introduction of neutrality as proposed by Kimura (Kimura, 1968) into the genotype-phenotype mapping of a Genetic Algorithm (GA). The paper looks at the evolution of both a simple GA (SGA) and a ...
Neutrality through transcription and translation in genetic algorithm representation
(SciTePress Digital Library, 2012-10-05)
This paper examines the use of the biological concepts of transcription and translation, to introduce neutrality into the representation of a genetic algorithm (GA). The aim of the paper is to attempt to identify problem ...
A genetic algorithm with a multi-layered genotype-phenotype mapping
(SciTePress Digital Library, 2010-08-24)
In this paper we investigate the introduction of a multiple-layer genotype-phenotype mapping to a Genetic Algorithm (GA) which attempts to mimic more closely, the effects of nature. The motivation for introducing multiple-layers ...