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Table 4:
Comparison regarding the configurations of the radius and number of populations for all the involved algorithms, where “variable” denotes that the value of the parameter changes but not in an adaptive way.
AlgorithmRadiusNumber of populations
SOS (Branke et al., 2000) Constant Variable 
DynDE (Mendes and Mohais, 2005) Constant (31.5: Eq. (1)) Constant (10) 
mCPSO (Blackwell and Branke, 2006) Constant (31.5: Eq. (1)) Constant (10) 
mQSO (Blackwell and Branke, 2006) Constant (31.5: Eq. (1)) Constant (10) 
SPSO (Parrott and Li, 2006) Constant (30) Variable 
rSPSO (Bird and Li, 2007) Constant (30) Variable 
SAMO (Blackwell, 2007) Variable Adaptive 
ESCA (Lung and Dumitrescu, 2010) N/A Constant (3) 
CPSO (Yang and Li, 2010) Variable Roughly constant (70/3) 
HmSO (Kamosi et al., 2010) Constant (30) Variable 
CPSOR (Li and Yang, 2012) Variable Roughly constant (Eq. (2)) 
DynPopDE (du Plessis and Variable Adaptive 
 Engelbrecht, 2012a)   
AMSO (present work) Variable Adaptive 
AlgorithmRadiusNumber of populations
SOS (Branke et al., 2000) Constant Variable 
DynDE (Mendes and Mohais, 2005) Constant (31.5: Eq. (1)) Constant (10) 
mCPSO (Blackwell and Branke, 2006) Constant (31.5: Eq. (1)) Constant (10) 
mQSO (Blackwell and Branke, 2006) Constant (31.5: Eq. (1)) Constant (10) 
SPSO (Parrott and Li, 2006) Constant (30) Variable 
rSPSO (Bird and Li, 2007) Constant (30) Variable 
SAMO (Blackwell, 2007) Variable Adaptive 
ESCA (Lung and Dumitrescu, 2010) N/A Constant (3) 
CPSO (Yang and Li, 2010) Variable Roughly constant (70/3) 
HmSO (Kamosi et al., 2010) Constant (30) Variable 
CPSOR (Li and Yang, 2012) Variable Roughly constant (Eq. (2)) 
DynPopDE (du Plessis and Variable Adaptive 
 Engelbrecht, 2012a)   
AMSO (present work) Variable Adaptive 
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