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Manifestation of Frozen Evolution in Optimization Tasks

KLUSÁČEK, J. HONZÍK, P.

Originální název

Manifestation of Frozen Evolution in Optimization Tasks

Anglický název

Manifestation of Frozen Evolution in Optimization Tasks

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en

Originální abstrakt

Many optimisation algorithms are inspired by evolutionary theories. In this article selected evolutionary theories and their technical implementations are chronologically listed. Frozen evolution is one of the latest theories. It was firstly published in 1998. Despite of all current theories it assumes that species can be found in one of two possible states – elastic (frozen) and plastic. The possible changes in species caused by evolutionary principles strongly differ depending on this state. In our experiments we try to find out whether such behavior, as described in frozen evolution, can be observed under artificial conditions. Our experiments are based on solving the problem of symbolic regression by analytical programming.

Anglický abstrakt

Many optimisation algorithms are inspired by evolutionary theories. In this article selected evolutionary theories and their technical implementations are chronologically listed. Frozen evolution is one of the latest theories. It was firstly published in 1998. Despite of all current theories it assumes that species can be found in one of two possible states – elastic (frozen) and plastic. The possible changes in species caused by evolutionary principles strongly differ depending on this state. In our experiments we try to find out whether such behavior, as described in frozen evolution, can be observed under artificial conditions. Our experiments are based on solving the problem of symbolic regression by analytical programming.

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@inproceedings{BUT100982,
  author="Jan {Klusáček} and Petr {Honzík}",
  title="Manifestation of Frozen Evolution in Optimization Tasks",
  annote="Many optimisation algorithms are inspired by evolutionary theories. In this article selected evolutionary theories and their technical implementations are chronologically listed. Frozen evolution is one of the latest theories. It was firstly published in 1998. Despite of all current theories it assumes that species can be found in one of two possible states – elastic (frozen) and plastic. The possible changes in species caused by evolutionary principles strongly differ depending on this state. In our experiments we try to find out whether such behavior, as described in frozen evolution, can be observed under artificial conditions. Our experiments are based on solving the problem of symbolic regression by analytical programming.",
  booktitle="MENDEL 2013 19th International Conference on Soft Computing",
  chapter="100982",
  edition="1",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2013",
  month="june",
  pages="93--98",
  type="conference paper"
}