MÃ©mÃ©tique - Memetics - Memetic algorithm
Le terme de mÃ¨me a Ã©tÃ© proposÃ© pour la premiÃ¨re fois par Richard Dawkins dans Le GÃ¨ne Ã©goÃ¯ste (1976) et provient d'une association entre gÃ¨ne et mimesis (du grec Â« imitation Â»).
Memetic algorithm is a general name for a broad class of population-based heuristics. More specifically, these heuristics are optimization techniques which seek to integrate as much domain-specific knowledge as possible. Therefore, memetic algorithms are commonly described as very abstract templates, which must be instantiated for each problem. Some researchers refer to memetic algorithms as hybrid genetic algorithms and Lamarckian genetic algorithms. Memetic algorithms are sometimes shortened to the acronym MA.
Memetic Algorithms is a population-based approach for heuristic search in optimization problems. They have shown that they are orders of magnitude faster than traditional Genetic Algorithms for some problem domains. Basically, they combine local search heuristics with crossover operators. For this reason, some researchers have viewed them as Hybrid Genetic Algorithms. However, combinations with constructive heuristics or exact methods may also belong to this class of metaheuristics...
is the website of the Principia Cybernetica Project (PCP), an international organization. The Project aims to develop a complete philosophy or "world-view", based on the principles of evolutionary cybernetics, and supported by collaborative computer technologies.
The Memetics Section of Debate Unlimited
Memetics is the study of ideas and concepts viewed as "living" organisms, capable of reproduction and evolution in an "Ideosphere" (similar to the Biosphere) consisting of the collective of human minds. Memes reproduce by spreading to new hosts, who will spread them further (typical examples are jokes, catchphrases or politicial ideas).
By Mike Godwin (www.wired.com)
It was back in 1990 that I set out on a project in memetic engineering. The Nazi-comparison meme, I'd decided, had gotten out of hand - in countless Usenet newsgroups, in many conferences on the Well, and on every BBS that I frequented, the labeling of posters or their ideas as "similar to the Nazis" or "Hitler-like" was a recurrent and often predictable event. It was the kind of thing that made you wonder how debates had ever occurred without having that handy rhetorical hammer.
Les mÃ¨mes, supports de l'Ã©volution culturelle
Par Pascal Jouxtel
En deux mots : Depuis 25 ans, des chercheurs de toutes origines se demandent s'il pourrait exister un Ã©quivalent culturel de l'ADN, c?est-Ã -dire une forme de rÃ©plicateur qui transmette par un processus de contagion ou d'imitation les solutions inventÃ©es Ã§a et lÃ par la culture humaine...
Memetic Algorithms is a population-based approach for heuristic search in optimization problems. They have shown that they are orders of magnitude faster than traditional Genetic Algorithms for some problem domains. Basically, they combine local search heuristics with crossover operators. For this reason, some researchers have viewed them as Hybrid Genetic Algorithms.
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Glenn Grant 1990, HTMLized by Anders Sandberg 1994, Altered and expanded by David McFadzean 1995-1999. - Memetics
Version 3.5 Glenn Grant, Memeticist.
Jim Doran (1998)
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by Aaron Lynch
TOWARD A RADICAL RECONSTRUCTION OF GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY THROUGH A GENERAL THEORY OF NATURAL SELECTION
By F. T. Cloak* Paper Presented at the Ninth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnographical Sciences, 1973.
for Combinatorial Optimization Problems: Fitness Landscapes and Effective Search Strategies
The first MA, denoted MA-UX is a memetic algorithm with uniform crossover...
Nora Speer, Christian Spieth, Andreas Zell
In this paper, we propose a new memetic co-clustering algorithm for expression profiles, which incorporates a priori knowledge in the form of Gene Ontology information...
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