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As currently implemented GPdotNET has classic crossover implementation without any intelligent way to exchange genetic materials. In most time classic crossover operation is destructive operation wasting lot of good genetic materials. By including brood recombination crossover can be slightly improved.
Brood recombination simple repeats crossover operation several time on the same parents, with different crossover points. After fitness evaluation of offspring, the best two child are kept and others are discarded. On that way there is a better chance to get better child than with classic crossover. The picture below graphically describes brood recombination.
Brood Size – new GPdotNET parameter
The first feature which will be implemented is manually setting the Brood Size of crossover. By adding Brood Recombination, we will increase possibility that two chromosomes will exchange the best genetic material they have.
The next feature will be brood size which will be generating dynamically and will be dependent of the generation number.
After Microsoft TechDay finished yesterday I got several emails and questions about my demos and slides from the Azure Workshop.
So here is a link from which you can download all slides and demos you saw yesterday on my Workshop:
Slides about Microsoft Azure Training are general available at Git site: https://github.com/Azure-Readiness/DevCamp.
Once more thank you all for attending the workshop and see you next time. I am very glad I can see lot of people interested in Microsoft Azure and other cool technologies from Microsoft.