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  Virtual machine consolidation using constraint-based multi-objective optimization
Terra-Neves M., Lynce I., Manquinho V.  Journal of Heuristics 25(3): 339-375, 2019. Type: Article

As cloud computing grows, its demands on resources play an ever-increasing role in the economics of machine maintenance. One potential way of addressing this issue is by improving usage. For example, by judiciously placing the tasks requested of i...

Aug 8 2019
  Mapping the global structure of TSP fitness landscapes
Ochoa G., Veerapen N.  Journal of Heuristics 24(3): 265-294, 2018. Type: Article

All paths through a weighted graph have a number representing the total distance traveled, called the “fitness” of the path. Suppose that each path’s fitness is “plotted” somehow such that the landscape produced can b...

Sep 27 2018
  Metaheuristic approaches to the placement of suicide bomber detectors
Cotta C., Gallardo J.  Journal of Heuristics 24(3): 483-513, 2018. Type: Article

This paper considers the problem of placing suicide bomber detectors. The model takes into account the probability that a given detector may fail to detect bombers. In brief, the model assumes a layout of squares, some of which are blocked and som...

Aug 6 2018
  Recent developments in metaheuristics
Amodeo L., Talbi E., Yalaoui F.,  Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2017. 496 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319582-52-8)

A metaheuristic is a procedure or heuristic used to discover, yield, or choose a heuristic that may furnish a decent solution to an optimization problem....

Apr 26 2018
  Optimum transistor sizing of CMOS logic circuits using logical effort theory and evolutionary algorithms
Singh K., Jain A., Mittal A., Yadav V., Singh A., Jain A., Gupta M.  Integration, the VLSI Journal 60 25-38, 2018. Type: Article

This paper proposes a methodology for optimizing and evaluating chip designs by coupling the well-known logical effort (LE) theory with heuristic algorithms. Complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS)-level optimization can dramatically improv...

Mar 1 2018
  Power control and clustering in heterogeneous cellular networks
Driouch E., Ajib W., Assi C.  Wireless Networks 23(8): 2509-2520, 2017. Type: Article

Alongside traditional macrocellular wireless communication systems, heterogeneous and new small-cell platforms are growing more than ever. Consequently, the constructive coexistence of these technologies is essential; it can happen through collabo...

Jan 23 2018
  A generalized design of distributed rateless codes with decreasing ripple size for multiple-access relay networks
Liao J., Zhang L., Li T., Wang J., Qi Q.  Wireless Networks 23(7): 2177-2188, 2017. Type: Article

Channel coding is a fundamental technology in wireless communication, which has attracted the efforts of many researchers around the world since its emergence. Fountain codes, with their exclusive features for long distances and a priori unknown c...

Dec 21 2017
  A multiagent, dynamic rank-driven multi-deme architecture for real-valued multiobjective optimization
Acan A., Lotfi N.  Artificial Intelligence Review 48(1): 1-29, 2017. Type: Article

Solutions for multiobjective optimization problems find use in architectures that support parallel processing. A new method proposed by Acan and Lotfi is seen to dominate over most other optimization solutions, as is the case with a typical Pareto...

Nov 1 2017
  Scatter search for minimizing weighted tardiness in a single machine scheduling with setups
González M., Palacios J., Vela C., Hernández-Arauzo A.  Journal of Heuristics 23(2-3): 81-110, 2017. Type: Article

Scatter search is a heuristic method of generating nonrandom solutions. It systematically explores the solution space by constructing new trial solutions from reference solutions using context knowledge. A standard template of the process consists...

Nov 1 2017
  Retrieving the maximal time-bounded positive influence set from social networks
Shi T., Cheng S., Cai Z., Li Y., Li J.  Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 20(5): 717-730, 2016. Type: Article

The spread of information about products, ideas, and behaviors, and their adoption, is an important tool in viral marketing and communication strategies in politics. Shi et al. assume that social networks play a unique role in this process, and th...

Nov 15 2016
 
 
 
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