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Einführung in die evolutionären Algorithmen

 
Dozent:     Prof. Dr. Hans A. Kestler
 
Dr. Ludwig Lausser

Code: CS8006.000






Vorlesungszeiten und Ankündigung

    • Vorlesungbeginn: Dienstag, 30.4.2019. 8:00 Uhr - 10:00 Uhr, Raum O27/122
      • Vorlesung: dienstags, 8:00 Uhr - 10:00 Uhr, Raum O27/122
      • Übung: freitags, 12:00 Uhr - 14:00 Uhr, Raum O27/123
 

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 zu erstellen und entsprechende EA Bausteine zu entwickeln bzw. zu erweitern.

 

Folien

Introduction

Biologie I

Einführung in R

Genetische Algorithmen

Genetische Algorithmen II

Evolutionäre Strategien/Programmierung

Genetisches Programmieren

Mehrzieloptimierung

Ant Colony Optimization

Swarm Optimization

 

Folien

Blatt 1

Blatt 2

Blatt 3

Blatt 4

Blatt 5

Blatt 6

Blatt 7

Blatt 8

Blatt 9

Blatt 10

 

Sonstiges

data1.txt

Rcpp

Diagramme in R (Basics)

dist1.RData

dist2.RData

dist3.RData

punkte1.RData

punkte2.RData

punkte3.RData

landscape.R

params.RData

regression1.rds

regression2.rds

regression3.rds

pareto.rds

dist1.rds

dist2.rds

dist3.rds

punkte1.rds

punkte2.rds

punkte3.rds

 

 

 

 

 

 

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