By Chris Sells, Ian Griffiths
This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the fifth overseas Workshop on Ant Colony Optimization and Swarm Intelligence, ANTS 2006, held in Brussels, Belgium, in September 2006.
The 27 revised complete papers, 23 revised brief papers, and 12 prolonged abstracts provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from one hundred fifteen submissions. The papers are dedicated to theoretical and foundational features of ant algorithms, evolutionary optimization, ant colony optimization, and swarm intelligence and care for a extensive number of optimization functions in networking, operations study, multiagent structures, robotic platforms, networking, and so forth.
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E. cl = c (fl ) ) and have a symmetric and continuous Jacobian Jac [c (f )] over set Sf , and choice map functions, which are expressed by (9), are additive and continuous with the continuous ﬁrst derivative. Indeed, since Jac [c (τ )] = Jac [c (f )] Jac [f (τ )] the condition on Jac [c (τ )] is veriﬁed. Moreover, the above conditions are generally satisﬁed by almost all functions proposed in the literature and therefore convergence of the proposed algorithm may be postulated. 5 First Results In order to verify the eﬃciency of the proposed MSA algorithm based on Ant Colony Optimisation, it was applied to simulate traﬃc conditions in the case of two Italian real dimension networks: the network of Salerno (a city of about 140,000 inhabitants) and the network of Naples (a city of about 1,000,000 inhabitants).
The decay rate heuristic of τ = T −1 ln(z) is used . The 1 . 1). Δt ∼ exp λT E [Rexp (Δt)] = λT λT − ln(z) (12) A similar analysis is shown in Equation 13 for the correlation of box ﬁlter. E [R✷ (Δt)] = λT −1 λT 0 , , λT ≥ 1 λT < 1 (13) The critical parameter inﬂuencing the expected drop in correlation from one sample of the network to the next is the product λT . The units of this term my be thought of as packets per network correlation time unit, or network samples per network correlation time unit.