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Introduction to Evolutionary Computing

By: A.E Eiben and J.E. Smith
299 pages, 102 illus
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Introduction to Evolutionary Computing
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Evolutionary Computing is the collective name for a range of problem-solving techniques based on principles of biological evolution, such as natural selection and genetic inheritance. These techniques are being increasingly widely applied to a variety of problems, ranging from practical applications in industry and commerce to leading-edge scientific research.

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By: A.E Eiben and J.E. Smith
299 pages, 102 illus
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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