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Hyper-quicksort: energy efficient sorting via the Templar framework for Template Method Hyper-heuristics

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Hyper-quicksort: energy efficient sorting via the Templar framework for Template Method Hyper-heuristics. / Swan, Jeremiah; Burles, Nathan John.

2015. 39th CREST Open Workshop: Measuring, Testing and Optimising Computational Energy Consumption, London, United Kingdom.

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Swan, J & Burles, NJ 2015, 'Hyper-quicksort: energy efficient sorting via the Templar framework for Template Method Hyper-heuristics' 39th CREST Open Workshop: Measuring, Testing and Optimising Computational Energy Consumption, London, United Kingdom, 23/02/15 - 24/02/15, .

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Swan, J., & Burles, N. J. (2015). Hyper-quicksort: energy efficient sorting via the Templar framework for Template Method Hyper-heuristics. 39th CREST Open Workshop: Measuring, Testing and Optimising Computational Energy Consumption, London, United Kingdom.

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Swan J, Burles NJ. Hyper-quicksort: energy efficient sorting via the Templar framework for Template Method Hyper-heuristics. 2015. 39th CREST Open Workshop: Measuring, Testing and Optimising Computational Energy Consumption, London, United Kingdom.

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Swan, Jeremiah ; Burles, Nathan John. / Hyper-quicksort: energy efficient sorting via the Templar framework for Template Method Hyper-heuristics. 39th CREST Open Workshop: Measuring, Testing and Optimising Computational Energy Consumption, London, United Kingdom.

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abstract = "Scalability remains an issue for program synthesis:- We don’t yet know how to generate sizeable algorithms from scratch.- Generative approaches such as GP still work best at the scale of expressions (though some recent promising results).- Formal approaches require a strong mathematical background.- ... but human ingenuity already provides a vast repertoire of specialized algorithms, usually with known asymptotic behaviour.Given these limitations, how can we best use generative hyper-heuristics to improve upon human-designed algorithms?",
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