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A genetic algorithm starts with many initial guesses and works in a parallel manner to find a list of solutions. The SA algorithm slowly becomes less random as it converges, while the GA may or may not become less random with time. Finally, the GA is more adept at working with continuous, discrete, and integer variables, or a mix of those variables. 5 GENETIC ALGORITHM The rest of this book is devoted to the relatively new optimization technique called the genetic algorithm (GA). GAs were introduced by Holland  and were applied to many practical problems by Goldberg .
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