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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 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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