Biased random-key genetic algorithms with applications in telecommunications

Mauricio G.C. Resende

TOP, vol. 20, pp. 120-153, 2012


This paper surveys several applications of biased random-key genetic  algorithms (BRKGA) in optimization problems that arise in telecommunications. We first review the basic concepts of BRKGA.  This is followed by a  description of BRKGA-based heuristics for routing in IP networks, design of  survivable IP networks, redundant server location for content distribution,  regenerator location in optical networks, and routing and wavelength  assignment in optical networks

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