If you're not specifying your algorithms with ant pheromones, you're behind the times tbh
for posterity, the paper:
Mezher, Mohammad A., and Maysam F. Abbod. "Genetic Folding MATLAB Toolbox: Solving Santa Fe Trail Problem." https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/080a/4a610de9153579ab3eaab6c666b068acd61a.pdf
@zladuric oh, that's a good hashtag! I don't read papers too often but could try and post them there when I do
I was actually reviewing a tangentially related Wikipedia article (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terminal_and_nonterminal_functions) and figured I'd go through all of the term's Google Scholar hits, with mixed results
@danielhglus I thought it was a reference to this:
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