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Title: Solving the ising spin glass problem using a bivariate RDA based on Markov random fields.
Authors: Shakya, Siddhartha
McCall, John
Brown, Deryck
Editors: Yen, G. G.
Lucas, S. M.
Fogel, G.
Kendall, G.
Salomon, R.
Zhang, B.-T.
Coello, C. A.
Runarsson, T. P.
Issue Date: Jul-2006
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: SHAKYA, S., MCCALL, J. and BROWN, D., 2006. Solving the ising spin glass problem using a bivariate RDA based on Markov random fields. In: YEN, G., LUCAS, S., FOGEL, G., KENDALL, G., SALOMON, R., ZHANG, B.-T., COELLO, C. and RUNARSSON, T., eds. Proceedings of the IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC 2006). 16-21 July 2006. New York: IEEE. pp. 908-915.
Abstract: Markov Random Field (MRF) modelling techniques have been recently proposed as a novel approach to probabilistic modelling for Estimation of Distribution Algorithms (EDAs). An EDA using this technique was called Distribution Estimation using Markov Random Fields (DEUM). DEUM was later extended to DEUMd. DEUM and DEUMd use a univariate model of probability distribution, and have been shown to perform better than other univariate EDAs for a range of optimization problems. This paper extends DEUM to use a bivariate model and applies it to the Ising spin glass problems. We propose two variants of DEUM that use different sampling techniques. Our experimental result show a noticeable gain in performance.
ISBN: 0780394879
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