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Shuffled Complex Evolution in MATLAB

Shuffled Complex Evolution (SCE-UA) is a metaheuristic for global optimization, proposed by Duan, Gupta and Sorooshian, in 1992. Because SCE is the abbreviated name of other methods in the science, the UA is added to the abbreviated name of this algorithm, because the creators of this algorithm are members of University of Arizona. In SCE-UA, the population is divided into ...

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Shuffled Frog Leaping Algorithm in MATLAB

Shuffled Frog Leaping Algorithm (SFLA) is a metaheuristic, or more accurately it is a Memetic Algorithm, which is inspired by frog leaping. SFLA is based on the model used by Shuffled Complex Evolution (SCE-UA), and incorporated the memetic evolution into it. It is applicable to any kind of optimization problems, discrete, continuous or mixed, via modification of operators used in ...

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