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NAVIGATING MULTI-DIMENSIONAL LANDSCAPES IN FOGGY
Transcript of NAVIGATING MULTI-DIMENSIONAL LANDSCAPES IN FOGGY
Navigating multi-dimensional landscapes in foggy weather as an analogy for generic problem solving
Over-constrained fitness functions result in
in the landscape.
are manifestations of discontinuous fitness functions.
"High" dimensional landscapes
30 variables in the range 0.0 to 50.0,
with an accuracy of 3 decimal places:
50,000 ≈ 10 unique coordinates.
By comparison, the observable universe contains about 10 cubic nanometers.
This phase space is over 30 orders of magnitude larger than our universe...
Problems as Phase-Spaces
If a problem is semantically identical to 'hot-hot-cold', it can be solved by a
Catenary & Box
All possible answers, both good and bad
Fitness landscapes are
are manifestations of discontinuous fitness function
are manifestations of under-constrained fitness functions.
Other topological manifestations include:
Variable dimensional plateaus
Multiple peaks compete
with each other, in
Architecture & Urbanism
[TUDelft; 1999 ~ 2005]
[Robert McNeel & Associates; 2005 ~ ...]
Generic Solvers are
Easy to use
Generic Solvers are
Landscapes are a versatile and apt analogy for phase-space and fitness-fields, suited to those who are not fluent in mathematics or algorithmics.