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" ... replacing the genes lost from the population during the selection process so that they can be tried in a new context or (b) providing the genes that were not present in the initial population. "
Network Models and Optimization: Multiobjective Genetic Algorithm Approach - Page 94
by Mitsuo Gen, Runwei Cheng, Lin Lin - 2008 - 692 pages
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Genetic Algorithms and Engineering Design

Mitsuo Gen, Runwei Cheng - Technology & Engineering - 1997 - 432 pages
...be to alter one or more genes. ln genetic algorithms, mutation serves the crucial role of either (a) replacing the genes lost from the population during...process so that they can be tried in a new context or (b) providing the genes that were not present in the initial population. The mutation rate {denoted...
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Electric Power System Applications of Optimization

James A. Momoh - Technology & Engineering - 2000 - 494 pages
...change one or more genes. In the genetic algorithm, mutation serves the crucial role of either: 1 . Replacing the genes lost from the population during...process so that they can be tried in a new context, or 2. Providing the genes that were not present in the initial population. The mutation rate pm is defined...
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Product Design for Modularity

Ali K. Kamrani, Sa'Ed M. Salhieh, Ph.D., Sa'ed M. Salhieh - Architecture - 2002 - 223 pages
...that produces spontaneous random changes in some chromosomes. It serves one of two roles: replacing genes lost from the population during the selection...genes that were not present in the initial population. There are two basic ways of doing mutation. Table 3.6 summarizes these two methods. Table 36. Basic...
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