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What is the difference between evolutionary computation and evolutionary algorithms?

From Wikipedia an evolutionary algorithm (EA) is a subset of evolutionary computation,[1] a generic population-based metaheuristic optimization algorithm Which would make EA different from something ...
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When should I use Genetic Algorithms as opposed to Particle Swarm Optimization?

If the research problem is properly formulated many metaheuristics (like ACO, PSO, or GA) can be adapted to it, see https://www.idosi.org/wasj/wasj28(12)13/18.pdf for one situation in which all three ...
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What is the difference between features and inputs in machine learning?

An input usually refers to an example (sometimes also known as sample, observation or data point) $x$ from a dataset that you pass to the model. For example, in supervised learning, you have a ...
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