|Title:||Dynamic Parameter Control in Simple Evolutionary Algorithms|
|Abstract:||Evolutionary algorithms are general, randomized search heuristics that are influenced by many parameters. Though evolutionary algorithms are assumed to be robust,it is well-known that choosing the parameters appropriately is crucial for success and efficiency of the search. It has been shown in many experiments, that non-static parameter settings can be by far superior to static ones but theoretical verifications are hard to find. We investigate a very simple evolutionary algorithm and rigorously prove that employing dynamic parameter control can greatly speed-up optimization.|
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