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Tabu Search (TS) in MATLAB

Tabu Search (TS) is a local search-based metaheuristic, which is proposed by Fred W. Glover, in 1986. Tabu Search is completely based on the definition of neighborhood and actions converting a solution to its neighboring solutions. This algorithms starts with a single solution, and searches for better solutions, applying actions and moving between neighbor solutions. However, acceptance, applicability and availability ...

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Ant Colony Optimization in MATLAB

Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) are a set of probabilistic metaheuristics and an intelligent optimization algorithms, inspired by social behavior of ants. ACO algorithms are also categorized as Swarm Intelligence methods, because of implementation of this paradigm, via simulation of ants behavior in the structure of these algorithms. First ACO algorithm is proposed by Marco Dorigo in his PhD thesis, in ...

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