Asked by Yogesh Shukla
on 18 Apr 2013

function genetic4()

xy =[

6.9409 0.2259

1.7989 5.2270 3.1137 4.5593

8.8533 3.2828

7.6421 0.9238

5.0609 5.2346

3.0046 9.0919

8.6061 8.6808

2.0093 5.1440

4.3699 2.3990

9.8835 3.0795

9.0423 3.9674

5.7818 1.1668

7.7035 2.2236

7.6342 0.8472

5.5940 9.9058

7.0005 5.8606

4.8557 6.3250

4.7683 1.9913

7.4014 1.7087

7.4623 4.4927

2.0258 4.0282

0.8051 1.0827

7.0566 1.7103

4.4705 6.1112

3.4823 4.9517

1.4722 2.7032

9.2913 3.0202

3.8684 0.0541

7.6120 0.0102

0.5414 5.1897

8.7149 2.4217

7.1843 0.8910

6.1193 6.3243

0.6303 8.1332 ];

N = size(xy,1);

a = meshgrid(1:N);

distance_matrix = reshape(sqrt(sum((xy(a,:)-xy(a',:)).^2,2)),N,N);

population = 100;

iterations = 1e4;

figure('Name','City Locations','Numbertitle','on');

plot(xy(:,1),xy(:,2),'k.');

[nr,nc] = size(distance_matrix);

if N ~= nr N ~= nc

error('Invalid XY or distance_matrix inputs!')

end

n = N;

population = 4*ceil(population/4);

iterations = max(1,round(real(iterations(1))));

pop = zeros(population,n);

for k = 1:population

pop(k,:) = randperm(n);

end

global_min = Inf;

total_dist = zeros(1,population);

dist_history = zeros(1,iterations);

tmp_pop = zeros(4,n);

new_pop = zeros(population,n);

pfig = figure('Name','genetic | Current Best

Solution','Numbertitle','off');

for iter = 1:iterations

for p = 1:population

d = distance_matrix(pop(p,n),pop(p,1));

for k = 2:n d = d + distance_matrix(pop(p,k-1),pop(p,k));

end

total_dist(p) = d;

end

[min_dist,index] = min(total_dist);

dist_history(iter) = min_dist;

if min_dist < global_min

global_min = min_dist;

if global_min>75.000

% global_min = 80.152;

best_route = pop(index,:);

figure(pfig);

route = best_route([1:n 1]);

plot(xy(route,1),xy(route,2),'r.-');

title(sprintf('Total Distance = %1.4f, Iteration =

%d',min_dist,iter));

end end

rand_pair = randperm(population);

for p = 4:4:population

routes = pop(rand_pair(p-3:p),:);

dists = total_dist(rand_pair(p-3:p));

[~,idx] = min(dists);

best_of_4_route = routes(idx,:);

ins_pts = sort(ceil(n*rand(1,2)));

I = ins_pts(1);

J = ins_pts(2);

for k = 1:4

tmp_pop(k,:) = best_of_4_route;

switch k case 2

tmp_pop(k,I:J) = fliplr(tmp_pop(k,I:J)); case 3 tmp_pop(k,[I J]) = tmp_pop(k,[J I]);

case 4 tmp_pop(k,I:J) = tmp_pop(k,[I+1:J I]);

otherwise

end display(best_of_4_route);

display(d);

end

new_pop(p-3:p,:) = tmp_pop; end

pop = new_pop; end end

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Answer by Jan Simon
on 18 Apr 2013

It is not a good idea to let us guess, in which lines you want to perform "I want to terminate the program when route distance becomes 75". I find:

if global_min>75.000 ... end

But there is no trial to terminate the program, as far as I can see. Do you want to add a `return` command there?

Yogesh Shukla
on 18 Apr 2013

My program finds routes and optimizes them according to path length. My purpose of terminating at

global_min>75

was to find the route which has length more than 75. But I am unable to store whole work space by

% save('d')

(all routes, all distances etc). It only stores final route and final path length. What should I use to store it.

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