Transmission Network Planing Using Genetic Algorithms
There has recently been considerable interest in Genetic Algorithms, and other evolutionary techniques, among researchers in various application fields. The simplicity, flexibility and robustness of such algorithms has opened up new areas of application, and has also encouraged a re-appraisal of some traditional problems that were either very difficult or even intractable for traditional optimisation techniques.
KeywordsGenetic Algorithm Problem Class Penalty Cost Population Member Mathematical Programming Technique
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