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Strategies for managing system evolution.
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Abstract. Evolution strategies (ES) are evolutionary algorithms that date back to the s and that are most commonly applied to black-box optimization problems in continuous search ed by biological evolution, their original formulation is based on the application of mutation, recombination and selection in populations of candidate solutions.
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