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Title

A Global Simulated Annelaing method

AuthorsSalazar, Rafael; Toral, Raúl
Issue Date1998
PublisherReal Sociedad Española de Física
CitationAnales de Fisica, Monografias RSEF 4: 317-318 (1998)
AbstractThe Simulated Annealing method SA [1] aims to solve the problem of finding the value of a N dimensional vector x=(x1,x2,...xN) such that the real function E (x) takes its absolute minimum value SA is inspired on an analogy with Statistical Physics consider a fictitious physical system whose phase space is the set of variables (x1,...,xN) and whose energy is E (x).
DescriptionProceedings of the VIII Reunion de Fisica Estadistica FISES '97
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/56209
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