### Table 3: The optimal set of eleven colours, found by solving (1) using simulated annealing.

2006

### Table 3. Parameters for simulated annealing.

"... In PAGE 14: ...2. Simulated Annealing Parameters SA parameters are presented in Table3 . Final temperature is only 0.... ..."

### Table 2: Results: Simulated Annealing #

"... In PAGE 5: ... As in the homogeneous algorithm, choosing too rapid a decrease for the temperature results in quenching and leads to local minima which are analogous to metastable states of a physical system. Table2 . summarizes the results of 8 di erent annealing schedules for the inhomogeneous algorithm.... In PAGE 5: ... This is to be expected since the probability that three of the four plant sizes are zero is extremely small if Si are randomly assigned values in the range (0,10). From Table2 it is reasonable to infer that the second best solution reported by Klein and Klimpel (1967) is easily found by the annealing algorithm. In our experiments we have also tried a two level annealing approach.... In PAGE 5: ... In our experiments we have also tried a two level annealing approach. For instance, experiments 3 and 5 in Table2 do lead to the best solution reported by Klein and Klimpel (1967) if a local search is carried out in... ..."

### Table 2: RelativePerformance of Simulated Annealing and Adaptive Simulated Annealing with

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### Table 2: Percentage of permutation correction with single and multiobjective optimization

"... In PAGE 4: ... An example for how optimization proceeds is shown in Figures 6 and 7, where the entire population and the final area of convergence are shown for a joint optimization of amplitude modulation correlation and the flatness criterion. Table2 shows the maximum degree of permutation correction that was achieved with each combination and single objective optimization run. (5)... In PAGE 5: ...As can be seen from Table2 , optimization by amplitude modulation correlation has led to the best results for the set of test criteria. The set of solutions found in multiobjective optimization of amplitude modulation correlation together with the flatness criterion show, how this impacts the set of solutions found by multiobjective optimization.... ..."

### TABLE I PARAMETERS FOR SIMULATED ANNEALING

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### Table 9: Large-step optimization: small-steps: simulated annealing; large-steps: 2mach/BB.

1995

"... In PAGE 23: ... Overall the proposed methods to perform the large-step, the best results were obtained for the large-step method 2mach/BB and 2mach/EL. In Table9 we present the results when we applied the large-step optimization methods using the simulated annealing method and the 2mach/BB, where in this case we run just 10 iterations of the method but we let run the simulated annealing method for 1000 iterations. Comparing these results with the respective ones in Tables 6, 7 and 8, we can observe that by running fewer iterations of the large-step optimizations methods and more of the simulated annealing method we did not get better results.... ..."

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### Table 2: Comparison of the optimization algorithms. CG: Smoothing with conju- gate gradients; SA: simulated annealing. Key: see Table 1.

2004

"... In PAGE 7: ... The new statistically almost significant finding is the slanting L-form: slight regularization improves the predictive power (the DC cost) of the clusters for the test set. The two optimization algorithms are compared in Table2 . The num- ber of clusters was halved to keep simulated annealing computationally man- Method Letter rand Letter VQ TIMIT rand TIMIT VQ DC -4961.... ..."

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### Table 2: Multiobjective optimization problems. problem objectives ranges

1997

"... In PAGE 5: ... 8 RESULTS We tested the performance of our approach on three problems of increasing di culty, and compared it to the nPGA. The objective functions that de ne each one of these problems are listed in Table2 . Table 1 summarizes the value of parameters for the nPGA and our non-generational GA in all experiments performed.... ..."

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