The theory of population genetics and evolutionary computation have been evolving separately for nearly 30 years. Many results have been independently obtained in both fields and many others are unique to its respective field. We aim to bridge this gap by developing a unifying framework for evolutionary processes that allows both evolutionary algorithms and population genetics models to be cast in the same formal framework.
Toward a unifying framework for evolutionary processes
Tiago Paixão, et al.
Journal of Theoretical Biology
Volume 383, 21 October 2015, Pages 28–43
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