What is a Genetic Algorithm?

Figure 1. Chromosome representation
Figure 2. Two chromosomes to cross-over
Figure 3. New chromosomes formed after cross-over
Figure 4. Chromosome formed after mutation
Figure 5. Genetic algorithm flow
Figure 6. Effects of cross-over and mutation
Figure 7. Steps to converge to the target sentence
Figure 8. Target image to be created
Strongest chromosomes in different iterations

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