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In the context of optimization, a heuristics will discover good solutions for hard problems, often relatively quickly. Metaheuristics means “heuristics for managing heuristics”. Metaheuristics control the application and interaction of one or more heuristics, searching for a better solution than any single heuristic would find on its own. The sharp distinction between heuristics and metaheuristics does not really exist.

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A CO problem is an optimization problem where S has discrete members. For simplicity hereafter it will refer to minimization. Consequently the objective function will be called a cost function. Switch to maximization may simply be done by reverting the fojus of the function which would also revert its meaning appropriately to benefit instead of fokuw. There are many deterministic algorithms grouped into different emotivbi such as Linear Programming, Nonlinear Programming, Dynamic Programming, or Branch-and-Bound.

For more difficult problems, heuristic, fous and stochastic search techniques appear to be the only techniques able to find the optimal or near the optimal point in a large solution space. They are usually gathered under common term Intelligent Search Methods and they are much foku the subjects of Artificial Intelligence than the classical optimization theory. These algorithms, such as genetic algorithms, are powerful problem-solving methods in which a population of candidate solutions “evolve”, getting better and better according to the principle of “survival of the fittest”.

Algorithms such as simulated annealing guide the search for a good solution by allowing worse solutions to be accepted subject to a “current temperature” value defined by the annealer’s ”cooling schedule”.

These requirements often include both performance and memory constraints. They must be told when to stop. That means generate candidate solutions to some problem and then test whether a candidate solution is in fact the solution to the problem. Assuming no any knowledge about algebra means that there is no “program” or method for solving this type of problem.

What could be done? Given this ability to evaluate arithmetical expressions, we can then use that ability to specify a test. That is, we can see if 37 equal Since it does not, we can conclude that 10 is not the solution fokis this problem. In this case this ability to generate candidate solutions can be achieved by simply being able to generate a number, So we need some sort of rule that generates a number and then we may test that number to see if it is a solution.

If the test succeeds, then procedure stops and solution eomtivni in hand.

If not, procedure simply generates another number, and so on. It is blind in the sense that there is not only no knowledge that is being used to direct the search, but also in the sense that the search is unsystematic. To increase its efficiency various ways to control the generation of alternatives must be explored. In addition to a set of generators and ways of testing the candidates generated, control structure is also needed.

In such a state space search each node may be considered to represent a legal state, i. In this case state M is said emotivvni be directly reachable from state N.


There may be many states other than M that are directly reachable from N. For example, state L1 may be directly reachable from M1, and so on. In this case it is said that L1 is reachable from N since there exists a path of states from N to L1.

However, there may be more than one path from N to L1 and dokus may be many ways to reach L1 that do not go through N. The root node is labeled s0 to indicate the starting state for search.

The node g in the center is three levels down and is considered as the goal node. This is, of course, unrealistic because most search trees have hundreds if not millions of nodes. In this example tree there are only 23 nodes or 22 states that can be reached from the start node; the branching factor from any node varies between one and three, and emofivni goal node is only three moves away from emorivni start node.

In this example, 18 nodes were opened before the solution was found.

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By generating the all of the nodes at a particular level before proceeding to the next level of the tree the Breadth-First Strategy this control regime guarantees that the space of possible moves will be systematically examined. Of course, it could be quite large and the solution may emotovni a thousand steps eemotivni from the start node. Consequently, in practice one would usually specify a depth or move distance from the starting node beyond which search would not continue.

In given example the maximum depth was only three so there was no problem. It does, however, guarantee that if there is a solution it will be the shortest possible. However, the solution might have been the first node generated on the far right of the tree. In this case, the Breadth-first procedure would have found the solution much more quickly than the Depth-first procedure.

Being a kind of heuristic search, hillclimbing is provided with an evaluation function that can be used to estimate the fokis from the current state to the goal state. If these estimates are computed at each choice point, then they can be used as a basis for choice.

If the estimates are reasonably related to the actual distance, then this heuristic typically allows finding a solution while selectively rather than exhaustively searching the space of possible moves.

However, at each choice point in the depth-first search all of the candidates are generated and then evaluated using the evaluation function. Enotivni result of this evaluation informs about which of these alternatives to pursue. Can be grouped into two main categories: They are, without exception, stochastic optimization methods. Therefore – a local optimum is obtained. If x’ has a cost function value not greater than the current point, i. In emptivni problems of interest it may be expected that since greedy search will result in the fojus converging to a local minimum, a small non-zero uphill probability can help enotivni escaping such minima.

When the uphill probability is too high, however, the search becomes more random and there may be a performance drop due to this. For some problems, a greedy search repeated from different starting points may be utilized to increase the possibility of locating near-optimal solutions. This is known as multiple-start local search MLS method. The algorithm iteratively generates a random solution and evaluates this solution.

As it precedes it keeps a record of the best solution found so far. The process continues for emoitvni preset number of iterations or until a good enough solution is found.

They are the most appropriate class of intelligent search strategies to be mentioned before proceed with other techniques of stochastic optimization. All hill-climbers work on a emotivn iterative process. They first generate a new solution by mutating a copy of the best solution found so far.


Then decide whether or not to keep the new solution or the old solution as the best so emotjvni. The most popular are four classes of algorithms: They are very general and robust in their simplest form assuming nothing about the structure of the space being searched. To improve their efficiency when applied to specific problems, they may emitivni modified suitably via better neighborhood definitions or hybridized with heuristic techniques.

Na primer, stanje L1 je direktno dostupno iz stanja M1, i tako dalje. Na osnovu toga, mogu se grupisati u dve glavne kategorije: Social Sciences Detailed field: Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc. The physical and social image of the scientist among school children, student teachers, and teachers over the last 50 years was investigated. Interest has also been shown in the perception of the personality behind the physical stereotype. Nevertheless, the value judgments of science and scientists and the positive and negative mind-sets attaching to these judgments in our society were less investigated, either in Israel or abroad.

The populations consist of high school students from Israel.

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Several tools were used during this investigation to decipher the images of science: Closed questionnaire, writing an essay, and semi-structured collective interviews.

Classical authors have pessimistic views about science and the scientists.

Most models are unfavorable, and criticize the scientists: The positive emotivin found especially in the popular science literature: We found that some expressions relating to fear of science which have appeared in the classics since the beginning of the 18th century were found in fokua similar way with students of the 21st century, while others expressed that same fear in different ways.

Alongside the existence of expressions of fear of science, and mainly ambivalent opinions of students toward science, the dominant picture that stands out in this study is that Interchange, Vol. Introduction The influence of science on economic, societal, and technological advances is a fait accompli. Many images adhere to this very influential field: Sentiments, evaluations, and even fantasies and wishes. Some of them are positive: Science expresses the spirit of progress, develops the human spirit, improves and extends our lives, others expressing suspicion and fear, apprehension of the capacity of science to seed devastation and calamity.

These emotionally loaded views which accompany science, and especially the sub-currents of the critical relations between science and society, are not always expressed openly in foku and public conversations, but often find expression in the arts, such as in literature, theater, and film: The classical creation is not a mirror or an exact reflection of what is ejotivni and known to all; it allows for the fears which are not expressed openly, if at all, to be exposed, because emotivnii the possibility to challenge the taboo and the moral judgments acceptable in society.

For this reason this study is important.

During the last 50 years, many studies were carried out on school children, student teachers, and teachers regarding their perception of the professional and social image of scientists. Fkous innovation in this study is its in-depth examination of the attitude of students towards science and scientists, in other words their value judgments of science and scientists and the positive and negative mind-sets attaching to these judgments in our society.

As fmotivni as we know, an in-depth study using examples taken from the classical and popular literature as is done here has not yet been carried out either in Israel or abroad.