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Evolutionary Computation Methods in Particle Physics

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Biological evolutionary theories have inspired a class of computer algorithms, generically known as Evolutionary Algorithms, which are based on simplified computer simulations of the natural evolution. These algorithms are commonly used for solving benchmark problems in computer science as well as complex real-world problems. In particle physics they have been successfully tested and their presence gradually increases. This seminar will review classical evolutionary algorithms as well as new developments in the field. Applications of these algorithms for solving particle physics data analysis problems will be reviewed and discussed.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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