partially-matched crossover

partially-matched crossover

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partially-matched crossover

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Partially Matched Crossover is a crossover for mating individuals consisting of enumerated type chromosomes in unique gene representation.  Partially-Matched Crossover (PMX) is applied by choosing two random different crossing points in the strings and exchanging and swapping the segment contents from one individual to another.  PMX is used to avoid duplicate allele values after crossover.