Distributed RIMEP2: a Comparative Study between a Hierarchical Model and the Islands Model in the context of reversible circuits design

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@InProceedings{HM2016,
  author =       "Fatima Hadjam and Claudio Moraga",
  title =        "Distributed {RIMEP2}: a Comparative Study between a
                 Hierarchical Model and the Islands Model in the context
                 of reversible circuits design",
  booktitle =    "Proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on
                 Boolean Problems",
  year =         "2016",
  editor =       "B. Steinbach",
  pages =        "13--20",
  address =      "Freiberg, Germany",
  month =        sep # ", 22-23",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming",
  URL =          "http://www.cs.tu-dortmund.de/nps/de/Forschung/Publikationen/Graue_Reihe1/Ver__ffentlichungen_2016/853.pdf",
  URL =          "https://ls1-www.cs.tu-dortmund.de/en/307-claudio-moraga/1702-distributed-rimep2-a-comparative-study-between-a-hierarchical-model-and-the-islands",
  size =         "16 pages",
  abstract =     "A distributed hierarchical evolutionary system, named
                 DRIMEP2, for the design of reversible circuits was
                 earlier successfully introduced. In the present work we
                 extend the concept of distributed evolutionary design
                 algorithm, enlarging DRIMEP2 to a family of distributed
                 systems including the hierarchical model, the Island
                 Model, and two hybrid architectures: one comprising a
                 hierarchical model with islands at the lower level, and
                 another one consisting of islands of hierarchical
                 models. A set of 17 randomly chosen 4-bit reversible
                 benchmarks has been evolved under similar parameter
                 environments for the four studied systems. For each
                 benchmark, 100 independent runs were realised and
                 statistics such as number of successful runs, average
                 quantum cost, average gate count and total execution
                 time were considered in the comparison. The results
                 show that in most cases the straight hierarchical model
                 and the hierarchical model with islands of workers are
                 the best in terms of quantum cost and successful runs
                 over 100 runs, although all four distributed DRIMEP2
                 systems obtained a close performance.",
  notes =        "http://www.informatik.tu-freiberg.de/prof2/ws_bp12/

                 Some details from technical report of the same name:
                 Number 853, May 2016 Technische Universitaet Dortmund
                 – Fakultaet fuer Informatik Otto-Hahn-Str. 14, 44227
                 Dortmund, Germany",
}

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