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I've been having troubles in defining the perturb function for the problem I am working on. I know that this function should help you in "jumping" to another "hill", but not so far as to be similar to as if we used a randomized way. What are some tips that would help me to define a better perturb function? What should I consider and is there a way of thinking you would suggest me to try to apply?

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  • $\begingroup$ Maybe you should explain a little bit what exact problem you're trying to solve and which perturbation function have you used so far. $\endgroup$
    – nbro
    Jan 29 at 17:42

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