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# Tutorial3 - Tutorial 3 Q1 Consider the following two...

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Tutorial 3 Q1. Consider the following two parents: 0100 0100 1111 1100 1101 0011 Construct the two offspring by (a) performing the one-point crossover with crossover point at 6 th site (b) performing the two-point crossover with the crossover points at 3 rd and 8 th sites (c) performing the uniform crossover with the mask equals to 0001 0100 1011 Q2. What is the disruptive rate of uniform crossover for order-3 schemata if L=8? Q3. Given the parents in Q1, how many different offspring can be generated by uniform crossover? Q4. Given the following parents: 1 6 | 4 2 3 | 5 7 8 9 10 9 3 | 6 8 4 | 5 1 7 10 2 Construct the offspring by (a) performing the partially matched crossover (b) performing the order crossover (c) performing the cycle crossover Q5. Given the chromosomes and their associated objective values for a maximization problem. 01001 (4), 10100 (4), 00000 (0), 01111 (8), 00000(0) (a) Suggest a way to construct the fitness of the chromosome. (b) With the fitness assigned in (a), and assuming that stochastic selection without

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