recCrossover {ecr}R Documentation

One-point crossover recombinator.

Description

The one-point crossover recombinator is defined for float and binary representations. Given two real-valued/binary vectors of length n, the selector samples a random position i between 1 and n-1. In the next step it creates two children. The first part of the first child contains of the subvector from position 1 to position i of the first parent, the second part from position i+1 to n is taken from the second parent. The second child is build analogously. If the parents are list of real-valued/binary vectors, the procedure described above is applied to each element of the list.

Usage

recCrossover(inds)

Arguments

inds

[list]
Parents, i.e., list of exactly two numeric or binary vectors of equal length.

Value

[list]

See Also

Other recombinators: recIntermediate, recOX, recPMX, recSBX, recUnifCrossover


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