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memetic

(miːˈmɛtɪk)
adj
of or relating to a meme
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7] have developed a spanning tree- based GA and a spanning tree- based memetic algorithm (MA) to solve the SFCTP.
8] proposed a memetic algorithm-based approach in which a hill-climbing-based local search tactic was suggested for improving the search performance of the algorithm.
Shontavia Jackson Johnson, Memetic Theory, Trademarks & the Viral Meme Mark, 13 J.
A qualitative and quantitative examination of 30 memetic videos "yielded six common features: focus on ordinary people, flawed masculinity, humor, simplicity, repetitiveness, and whimsical content.
Decentralized operation strategies for an integrated building energy system using a memetic algorithm.
Insofar as "{s}ocial norms, perceptions, and preferences are crucial in memetic selection processes," careful analysis of a meme's cultural circulation may reveal the underlying norms and values of that culture (Shifman 2013, 366; also see Conte 2000).
Another important avenue of research is a thorough study of memetic algorithms for WSD, since they have outperformed GAs on several hard optimization problems.
A high performing memetic algorithm for the flowshop scheduling problem with blocking, IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, Vol.
One possible way would be to start applying evolutionary and/ or memetic algorithms (Krasnogor, Smith 2005) instead of agent/module selection.
Topics include an intelligent consortium agent for SMEs in the plastic market, modeling stock analysts' decision making, cloud resource provisioning and bursting approaches, and a reduced order memetic algorithm for constraint optimization in radiation therapy treatment planning.
The latest addition to the 'Studies in Violence, Mimesis and Culture' series from the Michigan State University Press, "Rene Girard's Mimetic Theory" by Wolfgang Palaver (Professor of Catholic Social Thought and Chair of the Institute for Systematic Theology, University of Innsbruck, Austria) and ably translated into English by Gabriel Borrud is a 424 page compendium addresses Girard's mimetic theory within the framework of significant trends in contemporary thought organized into seven chapters (Life and Work of Rene Girard; Religion and Modernity; Mimetic Desire; The Scapegoat Mechanism as Origin of Culture; Biblical Revelation and Christianity; Political Implications of the Mimetic Theory; Memetic Theory and Gender.
Norman, "A memetic approach for the traveling salesman problem implementation of a computational ecology for combinatorial optimization on message-passing systems," Parallel Computing and Transputer Applications, vol.