Versatile Black-Box Optimization

Jialin Liu, Antoine Moreau, Mike Preuss, Baptiste Roziere, Jeremy Rapin, Fabien Teytaud, Olivier Teytaud

Choosing automatically the right algorithm using problem descriptors is a classical component of combinatorial optimization. It is also a good tool for making evolutionary algorithms fast, robust and versatile. We present Shiwa, an algorithm good at both discrete and continuous, noisy and noise-free, sequential and parallel, black-box optimization. Our algorithm is experimentally compared to competitors on YABBOB, a BBOB comparable testbed, and on some variants of it, and then validated on several real world testbeds.

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