Gene Level Concurrency in Genetic Algorithms

2007-01-01
This study describes an alternative concurrency approach in genetic algorithms. Inspiring from implicit parallelism in a physical chromosome, a vertical concurrency is introduced. Proposed gene process model allows genetic algorithms work in encodings independent from the gene position ordering in a chromosome. This feature is used to implement a gene reordering version of genetic algorithm. Further possible models of flexible gene position encodings are discussed.
Citation Formats
O. T. Şehitoğlu and G. Üçoluk, Gene Level Concurrency in Genetic Algorithms. 2007, p. 983.