A tutorial on genetic algorithms with an emphasis on practical applications The rapidly expanding field of genetic algorithms has given rise to many new applications in a variety of disciplines. However, most of the existing books on the subject concentrate on theory. Practical Genetic Algorithms is the first introductory-level book to emphasize practical applications through the use of example problems.In an accessible style, the authors explain why the genetic algorithm is superior in many real-world applications, cover continuous parameter genetic algorithms, and provide in-depth trade-off analysis of genetic algorithm parameter selection. Written for the end user in engineering, science, and computer programming, as well as upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, Practical Genetic Algorithms in it.
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