An investigation of several parallel genetic algorithms
Authors: Macfarlane, Donald, East, Ian R.
Genetic algorithms (GAs) are important search and optimisation techniques with a wide range of applications. The demand for GAs with fast response times has led to the investigation of parallel implementations. Three parallel GAs are designed, implemented on a transputer network, and compared over several benchmark problems. It is believed that a fine-grained approach to parallel genetic algorithms is the most promising.
OUG-12: Tools and Techniques for Transputer Applications, Stephen J. Turner, 1990, pp 60 - 67 published by IOS Press, Amsterdam
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