crossover value


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crossover value

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(Genetics) genetics the percentage of offspring showing recombination among the total offspring of a given cross. It indicates the amount of crossing over that has occurred and therefore the relative positions of the genes on the chromosomes. Abbreviation: COV
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In the initial stage of the search process, the difference among individual vectors is large because the vectors in the population are completely dispersed or the population diversity is large due to the random distribution of the individuals in the search space that requires a relatively smaller crossover value. Then, as the population evolves through generations, the diversity of the population decreases as the vectors in the population are clustered because each individual gets closer to the best vector found so far.
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