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The linkage tree genetic algorithm (LTGA) identifies linkages between problem variables using an agglomerative hierarchical clustering algorithm and linkage trees. This enables LTGA to solve many decomposable problems that are difficult with more conventional genetic algorithms. The goal of this paper is twofold: (1) Present a thorough empirical evaluation of LTGA on a large set of problem instances of additively decomposable problems and (2) speed up the clustering algorithm used to build the linkage trees in LTGA by using a pairwise and a problemspecific metric.
http://medal.cs.umsl.edu/files/2011001.pdf
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