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|3||Crossover (genetic algorithm)||176|
|7||Fitness proportionate selection||94|
|8||Mutation (genetic algorithm)||92|
|9||Selection (genetic algorithm)||69|
|10||Neuroevolution of augmenting topologies||59|
|12||Genetic algorithm scheduling||50|
|14||Stochastic universal sampling||33|
|15||Holland's schema theorem||32|
|16||Chromosome (genetic algorithm)||28|
|17||Clonal Selection Algorithm||28|
|20||Schema (genetic algorithms)||22|
|22||Quality control and genetic algorithms||19|
|24||Genetic algorithms in economics||17|
|25||Population-based incremental learning||15|
|26||Genetic fuzzy systems||13|
|27||Edge recombination operator||12|
|28||Speciation (genetic algorithm)||11|
|29||Inheritance (genetic algorithm)||10|
|32||Genetic memory (computer science)||6|
|33||Promoter based genetic algorithm||less than 5 views|
A genetic algorithm (GA) is an algorithm used to find approximate solutions to difficult-to-solve problems through application of the principles of evolutionary biology to computer science. Genetic algorithms use biologically-derived techniques such as inheritance, mutation, natural selection, and recombination. Genetic algorithms are a particular class of evolutionary algorithms.
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