Why does Chaos Improve Evolutionary Algorithms?
I have presented an evolutionary algorithm using chaos theory (chaotic numbers) to solve an optimization problem. The results of the experiments show that this algorithm is much better than the same evolutionary algorithms without chaos theory (random numbers). Why are the chaotic numbers making the results better?
What could be a scientific and compelling reason for this effect?
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