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The gene of the ﬁrst locus encodes the source node, and the gene of second locus is randomly or heuristically selected from the nodes connected with the source node (S) that is represented by the front gene’s allele. The chosen node is removed from the topological information database to prevent the node from being selected twice, thereby avoiding loops in the path. This process continues until the destination node is reached. Note that an encoding is possible only if each step of a path passes through a physical link in the network.
6. Convergence property of each algorithm. converging through smaller generations has better convergence performance because all the algorithms have the same population size in the experiment. In general, however, convergence performance must be compared with the average number of ﬁtness function evaluations until the GAs reach equal quality of solutions . A detailed explanation will be given in Sect. 2. , the optimal route), notwithstanding the somewhat inherent initial disadvantage. , networks types and scales).
The reason is not far to seek: the proposed algorithm involves the smallest number of ﬁtness function evaluations. That means faster convergence. Networks with 15–50 nodes, and randomly assigned link costs were also studied. The results in respect of number of ﬁtness function evaluations are shown in Fig. 8. , maximum diﬀerence is about 4%) is smaller than any other algorithm. In case of 30 nodes, for instance, the proposed GA is faster than Inagaki’s GA and Munetomo’s GA with prob. 2. Performance comparison on the rate of convergence.