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Tabletop gamer and musician. I play quite a few instruments but that's about all I have goin' for me.
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_algorithm
1. That there is no optimal search path. Which is bullshit because there is always a best path depending on how you measure it.
2. There is no algorithm that can solve the travelling salesmen problem. Which is also bullshit since there are many algorithms that can solve or approximate the solution to the travelling salesman problem, including doing it the slow way and computing the fastest path by computing every possible path ( could take a while ), the greedy approach, or using a genetic algorithm.
There are many examples on the internet showing a genetic algorithm being used to solve instances of the travelling salesmen problem, so unless you are going to state what your actual problem with the use of one to solve this problem is, then what the fuck is going on?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_algorithm
1. That there is no optimal search path. Which is bullshit because there is always a best path depending on how you measure it.
2. There is no algorithm that can solve the travelling salesmen problem. Which is also bullshit since there are many algorithms that can solve or approximate the solution to the travelling salesman problem, including doing it the slow way and computing the fastest path by computing every possible path ( could take a while ), the greedy approach, or using a genetic algorithm.
There are many examples on the internet showing a genetic algorithm being used to solve instances of the travelling salesmen problem, so unless you are going to state what your actual problem with the use of one to solve this problem is, then what the fuck is going on?
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