Get the convergence times of the different runs of the given
applied to the given
problem (in milliseconds). This is a generic S3
data object containing the analysis results
name of the analyzed problem. Can be omitted if the
name of the applied search. Can be omitted if the
convergence ratio. Defaults to 0.99. Numeric value in [0,1].
data contains results for a single problem only, the argument
problem can be omitted. Likewise, if for the considered
results are available for a single search only, the argument
can be omitted.
The convergence time of a search run is defined as the time at which a
certain value threshold is crossed. This threshold is computed from the given
r as follows: if values are being maximized,
thr = (1-r)*min + r*max; else,
thr = (1-r)*max + r*min, where
max are the minimum and maximum observed value in the
considered search run, respectively. In case of maximization, a search run is
said to have converged as soon as it reaches a value which is larger than or
equal to the threshold
thr. In case of minimization, convergence
occurs when the values drop below the threshold. The convergence ratio
r defaults to 0.99. If set to 1, a search run is said to have
converged when the final best solution is found.
Numeric vector containing the convergence times of each run (in milliseconds). All convergence times are greater than or equal to -1.
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