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evolutionary computation

[‚ev·ə¦lü·shə‚ner·ē ‚kam·pyə′tā·shən]
(computer science)

evolutionary computation

Computer-based problem solving systems that use computational models of evolutionary processes as the key elements in design and implementation.

A number of evolutionary computational models have been proposed, including evolutionary algorithms, genetic algorithms, the evolution strategy, evolutionary programming, and artificial life.

The Hitchhiker's Guide to Evolutionary Computation.

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Evolutionary computing algorithms are especially susceptible to this effect, wherein small reductions in error must be paid for by disproportionate amounts of additional computation.
To improve the feasibility and usability, the evolutionary computing theory has been proposed to train the NNs.
Direct Torque Control (DTC) for 8/6 SRM drive based upon evolutionary computing is made through comparing the actual torque with reference torque and generating error and then error is tuned by genetic based PI-controller.
[47] N.Srinivas and K.Deb, "A Multi-objective Optimization using Non-dominated Sorting in Genetic Algorithms," Journal Evolutionary Computing, vol.
Evolutionary computing involves robust optimization methods that can be generally applied without recourse to domain-specific heuristics.
of the 9th WSEAS Conference on Evolutionary Computing, Wisconsin, 2008
The solution utilises an Artificial Intelligence technique called evolutionary computing to simulate the strategy used by investors who compete with each other under complex conditions.
(3) Evolutionary Computation (EC) Evolutionary Computing is the field, of bioinspired computing research, that draws ideas from evolutionary biology in order to develop, search and optimization techniques for solving complex problems (7), (21-25).
So-called evolutionary computing using genetic algorithms is an obvious example (Davis, 2002; Coello et al., 2002), but there are numerous other examples of how biological processes and ideas have informed the work of computer scientists and engineers.
BLUERIDGE Analytics delivers world-class evolutionary computing software to target markets in retail, real estate, and the architectural, engineering, and construction (AEC) industries.
Neural, fuzzy and evolutionary computing tools are used to design algorithms for on-line decision making.

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