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By Herbert Dawid

This publication considers the training habit of Genetic Algorithms in monetary structures with mutual interplay, like markets. Such structures are characterised by means of a kingdom established health functionality and for the 1st time mathematical effects characterizing the longer term consequence of genetic studying in such structures are supplied. numerous insights about the influence of using diversified genetic operators, coding mechanisms and parameter constellations are received. The usefulness of the derived effects is illustrated by means of quite a few simulations in evolutionary video games and financial versions.

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Besides the standard structured genetic algorithms described here, there also exist some variations where not all individuals are replaced in each generation. The simplest case of such a strategy is the elitist strategy where the string with the highest fitness is directly transferred from P, to P,+! and only the other 'n - 1 strings are generated by the application of genetic operators. We will see that this kind of strategy makes it easier to derive analytical statements claiming convergence to optimal solutions in optimization problems.

Besides the standard structured genetic algorithms described here, there also exist some variations where not all individuals are replaced in each generation. The simplest case of such a strategy is the elitist strategy where the string with the highest fitness is directly transferred from P, to P,+! and only the other 'n - 1 strings are generated by the application of genetic operators. We will see that this kind of strategy makes it easier to derive analytical statements claiming convergence to optimal solutions in optimization problems.

The technical term for this effect is slow finishing. Both problems, premature convergence and slow finishing, may be avoided if we use scaled fitness values instead of the original fitness values in the selection process. The most popular kind of scaling is the linear scaling, where the scaled fitness value I(i) of a string i is given by I( i) = max[af(i) + 6,0] The parameters a and 6 are calculated for each generation in order to satisfy the following two equalities: lall = fall r" and raz: = c fall , where is the average, fmax is the maximal fitness in the population and c is a parameter given by the user to determine the selection pressure.

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