Automated Algorithm Selection: Survey and Perspectives

28 Nov 2018Pascal KerschkeHolger H. HoosFrank NeumannHeike Trautmann

It has long been observed that for practically any computational problem that has been intensely studied, different instances are best solved using different algorithms. This is particularly pronounced for computationally hard problems, where in most cases, no single algorithm defines the state of the art; instead, there is a set of algorithms with complementary strengths... (read more)

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