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Genetic Algorithms and Evolutionary Computation

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Genetic Algorithms and Evolutionary Computation
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Creationists often argue that evolutionary processes cannot create new information, or that evolution has no practical benefits. This article disproves those claims by describing the explosive growth and widespread applications of genetic algorithms, a computing technique based on principles of biological evolution.

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