By David A Coley
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Those preferring to use a more professional FORTRAN GA should visit David Carroll's web site (see Appendix A) and ~ u ~ l his o GA a ~code. uk/cee/ga/ This site should be visited and any updates d~wn~oaded before the programs are used. x will have access to QBASIC-the e n v i r o ~ e used n ~ to write LGAthereby allowing a ~ t e ~ t i o ntos be made easily and the student exercises completed. However, QBASIC does not contain a compiler, and therefore LGADOS will run rather slowly on anything but the simplest problem.
2. What is the resolution of Algorithm 1 when working with a string length of thirty? 3. Given a string length of 20 and a probability of mutation of '/20 per bit, what is the probability that a string will emerge from the mutation operator unscathed? 4. I I I implies x = 'R. 5 . Experiment with your program and the problem of Question 4 by estimating the average number of evaluations of sin4(x) required to locate the maximum; (a) as a function of the population size, (b) with, and without, the use of crossover.
Thus the mutation operator is not necessarily inventing new information but simply working as an insurance policy against premature loss of genetic information. 15 R e ~ theg algorithm from the Same initial population, but with mutation, allows the string ZI ZZI ZI1 I J I Z to evolve and the global optimum to be found. 7, Mutation has been included by visiting every bit in each new child string, throwing a random number betwden 0 and f and if this number is less than ' / j ~ ,flipping the value of the bit.