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Dual Phase Evolution.

By: Green, David G.
Contributor(s): Liu, Jing | Abbass, Hussein A.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2013Description: 1 online resource (210 p.).ISBN: 9781441984234.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Dual Phase EvolutionDDC classification: 620.00285 LOC classification: QA76.9.N37.G74 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Figures; Tables; Acronyms; Algorithms; Symbols; Part IDual Phase Evolution: An Introduction; 1 Dual-Phase Evolution; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Complex Systems; 1.2.1 Complexity; 1.2.2 Emergence; 1.2.3 Measures of Complexity; 1.2.4 Complexity Paradigms; 1.3 Networks and Phases; 1.3.1 The Universality of Networks; 1.3.2 The Connectivity Avalanche; 1.4 Evolution; 1.4.1 Natural Selection; 1.4.2 Punctuated Equilibrium; 1.4.3 Evolutionary History; 1.5 Dual-Phase Evolution; 1.6 DPE in Natural Systems; 1.6.1 Materials and Physical Systems; 1.6.2 Socioeconomic Networks
1.6.3 DPE and the Influence of Media on Public Opinion1.6.4 DPE and Social Structure; 1.6.5 Cognition and Learning; 1.6.6 Network Generation Models Based on DPE; 1.6.7 Landscape Ecology; 1.7 DPE and Self-Organization; 1.7.1 Self-Organization and Emergence; 1.7.2 The Adaptive Cycle; 1.7.3 DPE and Self-Organized Criticality; 1.8 Formation of Genetic Modularity via DPE; References; Part IIBasics of Networks and Problem Solving; 2 Network Theory; 2.1 Networks and Network Analysis; 2.1.1 Network Topology; 2.1.2 Power Law Degree Distribution; 2.1.3 Clustering Coefficient; 2.1.4 Small Worlds
2.1.5 Assortative Mixing2.1.6 Modularity and Community Structure; 2.1.7 Network Motifs; 2.2 Computation and Complexity; 2.2.1 Combinatorics; 2.2.2 State Spaces; 2.2.3 Phase Transitions in State Spaces; 2.3 Network Generation; 2.3.1 Erdős-Rényi Model; 2.3.2 Small-World Network Generation Model; 2.3.3 Scale-Free Network Generation Model; 2.3.4 Community Network Generation Model; 2.3.5 Network Rewiring Models; References; 3 Problem Solving and Evolutionary Computation; 3.1 Search in Landscape; 3.2 Optimization; 3.3 Algorithms or Heuristics; 3.3.1 Types of Search Techniques
3.4 Generating Local Moves3.4.1 Local Optimality Revisited; 3.5 Optimization Search Techniques; 3.5.1 One-Solution-at-a-Time Algorithms; 3.5.2 One-Solution-at-a-Time Heuristics; 3.5.3 Population-Based Stochastic Heuristics; 3.6 Simulated Annealing; 3.7 Evolutionary Computation; 3.7.1 Structure of Evolutionary Algorithms; 3.7.2 Branches of Evolutionary Algorithms; 3.7.3 How does GA Converges Under Selection and Crossover?; 3.7.4 The Ingredients of Evolutionary Computation; 3.7.5 Constraints Handling Methods; 3.7.6 Lamarckian Inheritance and the Baldwin Effect
3.7.7 The Cellular Genetic Algorithm3.7.8 Evolutionary Computation and Complex Adaptive Systems; References; Part IIIDual Phase Evolution for Network Generation and Problem Solving; 4 DPE for Network Generation; 4.1 DPE-Nets: Network Generation Model Using DPE; 4.1.1 Initialization; 4.1.2 Interactions; 4.1.3 Implementation of DPE-Nets; 4.2 Properties of DPE-Nets; 4.2.1 Community Structure; 4.2.2 Degree Distribution; 4.2.3 Clustering Coefficient; 4.2.4 Small Worlds; 4.2.5 Assortative Mixing; 4.3 Conclusion; References; 5 DPE Networks and Evolutionary Dynamics; 5.1 Introduction
5.2 Related Work
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Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Figures; Tables; Acronyms; Algorithms; Symbols; Part IDual Phase Evolution: An Introduction; 1 Dual-Phase Evolution; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Complex Systems; 1.2.1 Complexity; 1.2.2 Emergence; 1.2.3 Measures of Complexity; 1.2.4 Complexity Paradigms; 1.3 Networks and Phases; 1.3.1 The Universality of Networks; 1.3.2 The Connectivity Avalanche; 1.4 Evolution; 1.4.1 Natural Selection; 1.4.2 Punctuated Equilibrium; 1.4.3 Evolutionary History; 1.5 Dual-Phase Evolution; 1.6 DPE in Natural Systems; 1.6.1 Materials and Physical Systems; 1.6.2 Socioeconomic Networks

1.6.3 DPE and the Influence of Media on Public Opinion1.6.4 DPE and Social Structure; 1.6.5 Cognition and Learning; 1.6.6 Network Generation Models Based on DPE; 1.6.7 Landscape Ecology; 1.7 DPE and Self-Organization; 1.7.1 Self-Organization and Emergence; 1.7.2 The Adaptive Cycle; 1.7.3 DPE and Self-Organized Criticality; 1.8 Formation of Genetic Modularity via DPE; References; Part IIBasics of Networks and Problem Solving; 2 Network Theory; 2.1 Networks and Network Analysis; 2.1.1 Network Topology; 2.1.2 Power Law Degree Distribution; 2.1.3 Clustering Coefficient; 2.1.4 Small Worlds

2.1.5 Assortative Mixing2.1.6 Modularity and Community Structure; 2.1.7 Network Motifs; 2.2 Computation and Complexity; 2.2.1 Combinatorics; 2.2.2 State Spaces; 2.2.3 Phase Transitions in State Spaces; 2.3 Network Generation; 2.3.1 Erdős-Rényi Model; 2.3.2 Small-World Network Generation Model; 2.3.3 Scale-Free Network Generation Model; 2.3.4 Community Network Generation Model; 2.3.5 Network Rewiring Models; References; 3 Problem Solving and Evolutionary Computation; 3.1 Search in Landscape; 3.2 Optimization; 3.3 Algorithms or Heuristics; 3.3.1 Types of Search Techniques

3.4 Generating Local Moves3.4.1 Local Optimality Revisited; 3.5 Optimization Search Techniques; 3.5.1 One-Solution-at-a-Time Algorithms; 3.5.2 One-Solution-at-a-Time Heuristics; 3.5.3 Population-Based Stochastic Heuristics; 3.6 Simulated Annealing; 3.7 Evolutionary Computation; 3.7.1 Structure of Evolutionary Algorithms; 3.7.2 Branches of Evolutionary Algorithms; 3.7.3 How does GA Converges Under Selection and Crossover?; 3.7.4 The Ingredients of Evolutionary Computation; 3.7.5 Constraints Handling Methods; 3.7.6 Lamarckian Inheritance and the Baldwin Effect

3.7.7 The Cellular Genetic Algorithm3.7.8 Evolutionary Computation and Complex Adaptive Systems; References; Part IIIDual Phase Evolution for Network Generation and Problem Solving; 4 DPE for Network Generation; 4.1 DPE-Nets: Network Generation Model Using DPE; 4.1.1 Initialization; 4.1.2 Interactions; 4.1.3 Implementation of DPE-Nets; 4.2 Properties of DPE-Nets; 4.2.1 Community Structure; 4.2.2 Degree Distribution; 4.2.3 Clustering Coefficient; 4.2.4 Small Worlds; 4.2.5 Assortative Mixing; 4.3 Conclusion; References; 5 DPE Networks and Evolutionary Dynamics; 5.1 Introduction

5.2 Related Work

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