2019
DOI: 10.1155/2019/2825854
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Multiobjective Genetic Algorithms for Reinforcing Equal Population in Congressional Districts

Abstract: Redistricting is the process of partitioning a set of basic units into a given number of larger groups for electoral purposes. These groups must follow federal and state requirements to enhance fairness and minimize the impact of manipulating boundaries for political gain. In redistricting tasks, one of the most important criteria is equal population. As a matter of fact, redistricting plans can be rejected when the population deviation exceeds predefined limits. In the literature, there are several methods to… Show more

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“…For an introduction to multiobjective genetic algorithms, one can refer to the relevant literature, such as the literature [44][45][46]. In general, genetic algorithms are search heuristic that is inspired by Charles Darwin's theory of natural evolution; the algorithm is an idea for solving the problem.…”
Section: Algorithm Designmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For an introduction to multiobjective genetic algorithms, one can refer to the relevant literature, such as the literature [44][45][46]. In general, genetic algorithms are search heuristic that is inspired by Charles Darwin's theory of natural evolution; the algorithm is an idea for solving the problem.…”
Section: Algorithm Designmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For MPGAs, mutation can be a supplementary strategy to maintain diversity [35]. Based on the characteristic of integer encoding, it is divided into two stages.…”
Section: Mutationmentioning
confidence: 99%