Evolutionary Algorithms and Metaheuristics : Applications in Engineering Design and Optimization
Greiner, D., Periaux, J., Quagliarella, D., Magalhaes-Mendes, J., & Galván, B. (2018). Evolutionary Algorithms and Metaheuristics : Applications in Engineering Design and Optimization. Mathematical Problems in Engineering, 2018, Article 2793762. https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/2793762
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