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higlighted_results_non-smooth_functions [2011/11/03 14:26]
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higlighted_results_non-smooth_functions [2012/02/12 00:21] (current)
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 Empirical runtime distributions on //non-smooth// functions (f7: Step Ellipsoid, f16: Weierstrass, f23: Katsuura) with target values in {100, ..., 1e-8} in dimension 20. Empirical runtime distributions on //non-smooth// functions (f7: Step Ellipsoid, f16: Weierstrass, f23: Katsuura) with target values in {100, ..., 1e-8} in dimension 20.
  
-The following algorithms perform particularly well up to their individual maximum number of function evaluations: //iAMALGAM// (Adapted Maximum-Likelihood Gaussian Model Iterated Density Estimation Algorithm with no-improvement stretch, anticipated mean shift and interlaced restarts with one large or several small populations with incremental model building) and //BIPOP-CMA-ES// (CMA-ES restarted with budgets for small and large population size). +The following algorithms perform particularly well up to their individual maximum number of function evaluations: //AMALGAM// and //iAMALGAM// (Adapted Maximum-Likelihood Gaussian Model Iterated Density Estimation Algorithm with no-improvement stretch, anticipated mean shift and interlaced restarts with one large or several small populations with incremental model building) and //IPOP-SEP-CMA-ES// and //BIPOP-CMA-ES// (CMA-ES restarted with budgets for small and large population size). 
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