Design, Evaluation and Analysis of Combinatorial Optimization Heuristic Algorithms
by Daniel Karapetyan
Publisher: arXiv 2012
Number of pages: 202
In this work, we discuss different aspects of heuristics design and evaluation. A broad spectrum of related subjects, covered in this research, includes test bed generation and analysis, implementation and performance issues, local search neighborhoods and efficient exploration algorithms, metaheuristics design and population sizing in memetic algorithm.
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