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Machine coded genetic algorithm (MCGA) is a fast tool for real-valued optimization problems. It uses the byte representation of variables rather than real-values. It performs the classical crossover operations (uniform) on these byte representations. Mutation operator is also similar to classical mutation operator, which is to say, it changes a randomly selected byte value of a chromosome by +1 or -1 with probability 1/2. In MCGAs there is no need for encoding-decoding process and the classical operators are directly applicable on real-values. It is fast and can handle a wide range of a search space with high precision. Using a 256-unary alphabet is the main disadvantage of this algorithm but a moderate size population is convenient for many problems.

Package: | mcga |

Type: | Package |

Version: | 2.0.3 |

Date: | 2012-01-06 |

License: | GPL |

LazyLoad: | yes |

Mehmet Hakan Satman

Maintainer: Mehmet Hakan Satman <[email protected]>

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## Not run:
# A sample optimization problem
# Min f(xi) = (x1-7)^2 + (x2-77)^2 + (x3-777)^2 + (x4-7777)^2 + (x5-77777)^2
# The range of xi is unknown. The solution is
# x1 = 7
# x2 = 77
# x3 = 777
# x4 = 7777
# x5 = 77777
# Min f(xi) = 0
require("mcga")
f<-function(x){
return ((x[1]-7)^2 + (x[2]-77)^2 +(x[3]-777)^2 +(x[4]-7777)^2 +(x[5]-77777)^2)
}
m <- mcga( popsize=200,
chsize=5,
minval=0.0,
maxval=999999999.9,
maxiter=2500,
crossprob=1.0,
mutateprob=0.01,
evalFunc=f)
cat("Best chromosome:\n")
print(m$population[1,])
cat("Cost: ",m$costs[1],"\n")
## End(Not run)
``` |

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