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Evolutionäre Algorithmen

Dr. Hans A. Kestler, Dr. Harald Hüning
mit Dipl.-Inf. Ludwig Lausser

Vorlesungsunterlagen


1. Vorlesungszeiten und Ankündigung

  • Vorlesung: Dienstags, 08:30-10:00 Uhr, Raum 123, O27
  • Übung: Freitags, 12.15-13.45 Uhr, Raum 123, O27


2. Inhalt und Themen

Die Veranstaltung vermittelt Grundkenntnisse Evolutionärer Algorithmen. Es werden die derzeit gängigen Verfahren vorgestellt. Lernziele sind dabei die eigene Implementation der Algorithmen und deren Bewertung im Hinblick auf Anwendung und sinnvollen Einsatz. Weiterhin sollen Grundlagen und praktisch verwendbare Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten vermittelt werden, die es erlauben eigene Problem-repräsentationen zur erstellen und entsprechende EA Bausteine zu entwickeln bzw. zu erweitern.


3. Literatur

    AE Eiben, JE Smith, Introduction to Evolutionary Computing, Springer 2003
    K DeJong, Evolutionary Computation – A Unified Approach, MIT Press 2006

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