By Christian Blum, Andrea Roli, Michael Sampels
Optimization difficulties are of serious significance throughout a wide variety of fields. they are often tackled, for instance, by means of approximate algorithms similar to metaheuristics. This e-book is meant either to supply an outline of hybrid metaheuristics to newcomers of the sector, and to supply researchers from the sphere with a set of a few of the main attention-grabbing fresh advancements. The authors enthusiastic about this publication are one of the most sensible researchers of their area.
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Extra info for Hybrid Metaheuristics: An Emerging Approach to Optimization
Major structural classiﬁcation of exact/metaheuristic combinations according to . diﬀerent collaborative schemes consisting of two of the above mentioned algorithm classes. A taxonomy on hybrid metaheuristics in general has been proposed by Talbi . Various hybridization schemes involving in particular evolutionary algorithms (EAs) are described by Cotta . El-Abd and Kamel  particularly addressed cooperative parallel architectures. Raidl  tries to unify previous classiﬁcations and taxonomies of hybrid metaheuristics and primarily distinguishes (a) the type of algorithms that are hybridized, (b) the level of hybridization (high- or low-level), (c) the order of execution (batch, interleaved, or parallel), and (d) the control strategy (integrative or collaborative).
The subproblem to be processed next in case of guided dives is always the one in which the branching variable is allowed to take the value it has in a current incumbent solution. Diving is therefore biased towards the neighborhood of the given incumbent. Instead of performing only a single dive at the beginning, guided dives are repeatedly applied in regular intervals during the whole optimization. While this strategy is trivial to implement, experimental results indicate signiﬁcant advantages over standard node selection strategies.
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