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  • A brief survey on hybrid metaheuristics 

    Blum, Christian; Puchinger, Jakob; Raidl, Günther; Roli, Andrea (2010)
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    The combination of components from different algorithms is currently one of most successful trends in optimization. The hybridization of metaheuristics, such as ant colony optimization, evolutionary algorithms, and variable ...
  • A randomized iterated greedy algorithm for the founder sequence reconstruction problem 

    Benedettini, Stefano; Blum, Christian; Roli, Andrea (2010-04)
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    The problem of inferring ancestral genetic information in terms of a set of founders of a given population arises in various biological contexts. In optimization terms, this problem can be formulated as a combinatorial ...
  • Hybrid metaheuristics in combinatorial optimization: A survey 

    Blum, Christian; Puchinger, Jakob; Raidl, Günther; Roli, Andrea (2011-09)
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    Research in metaheuristics for combinatorial optimization problems has lately experienced a noteworthy shift towards the hybridization of metaheuristics with other techniques for optimization. At the same time, the focus ...
  • Large neighbourhood search algorithms for the founder sequence reconstruction problem 

    Roli, Andrea; Benedettini, Stefano; Stützle, Thomas; Blum, Christian (2012-02)
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    The reconstruction of founder genetic sequences of a population is a relevant issue in evolutionary biology research. The problem consists in finding a biologically plausible set of genetic sequences (founders), which can ...
  • Tabu search for the founder sequence reconstruction problem: a preliminary study 

    Roli, Andrea; Blum, Christian (2009)
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    The problem of inferring ancestral genetic information in terms of a set of founders of a given population arises in various biological contexts. In optimization terms, this problem can be formulated as a combinatorial ...