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This publication constitutes the refereed joint lawsuits of 7 workshops on evolutionary computing, EvoWorkshops 2007, held in Valencia, Spain in April 2007.
The fifty five revised complete papers and 24 revised brief papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of a hundred and sixty submissions. in response to the seven workshops coated, the papers are geared up in topical sections on evolutionary computation in communications, networks, and hooked up platforms, evolutionary computation in finance and economics, evolutionary computation in snapshot research and sign processing, interactive evolution and humanized computational intelligence, evolutionary tune and artwork, evolutionary algorithms in stochastic and dynamic environments, in addition to evolutionary computation in transportation and logistics.
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Each value in brackets is standard deviation. 55e−32 Experiment I: For both networks I-50 and I-75, the NCGA with greedy sweep, with either of the two encodings, outperforms the two existing minimal approaches. Between the two encodings, BTS encoding gives rise to a substantial performance gain over BLS encoding with the statistical signiﬁcance conﬁrmed by the tabulated p-values. Experiment II: Again the NCGA with BTS encoding outperforms that with BLS encoding on average for all networks, while either of the two performs signiﬁcantly better than the minimal algorithms.
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