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Distributed Evolutionary Algorithm for Path Planning in Navigation Situation
1 Gdańsk University of Technology, Gdańsk, Poland
ABSTRACT: This article presents the use of a multi-population distributed evolutionary algorithm for path planning in navigation situation. The algorithm used is with partially exchanged population and migration between independently evolving populations. In this paper a comparison between a multi-population and a classic single-population algorithm takes place. The impact on the ultimate solution has been researched. It was shown that using several independent populations leads to an improvement of the ultimate solution compared to a single population approach. The concept was checked against a problem of maritime collision avoidance.
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Citation note:
Śmierzchalski R., Kuczkowski Ł., Kolendo P., Jaworski B.: Distributed Evolutionary Algorithm for Path Planning in Navigation Situation. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 7, No. 2, doi:10.12716/1001.07.02.17, pp. 293-300, 2013

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A. Łebkowski, R. Śmierzchalski, W. Gierusz, K. Dziedzicki

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