Late Acceptance Hill Climbing Applied
What is it about?
Late Acceptance Hill Climbing is a simple and very successful metaheuristic for a certain kind of strutural similar problems. We choose a structural different application to evaluate this metaheuristic.
Why is it important?
With the evaluation we provide insights on why this simple metaheuristic is so successful and discuss the quality of the mehtod in comparison to metaheuristics like, e.g., Simulated Annealing or Tabu Search.
The following have contributed to this page: Frederik Schulte
In partnership with: