
ExamplesGush! This looks interesting! But how should I fill in this form? Click here to try out the model for Dutch stress. This is an example where SAOT works. Try out very different tstep values. With higher ones, you will be stuck quite often in the local optimum C. Whereas lowering the tstep values will increase the precision, that is, the algorithm will return the global optimum A with a higher probability. Unranked tableau: & Con1 & Con2 & Con3 A & & & 1 B & 2 & & C & 1 & & Neighbourhood structure: A: B B: A & C C: B Kvalues: Con1: 2 Con2: 1 Con3 : 0 Kmax: 3 Kmin: 2 Kstep: 1 tmax 3 tmin: 0 tstep: 0.5 Number of runs: 50 The following tableau looks very similar, but you will always receive a 50%50% distribution between the two local optima. For an explanation, read my dissertation. Unranked tableau: & Con1 & Con2 & Con3 A & & & 1 B & 2 & & C & & 1 & Neighbourhood structure: A: B B: A & C C: B Kvalues: Con1: 2 Con2: 1 Con3 : 0 Kmax: 3 Kmin: 2 Kstep: 1 tmax 3 tmin: 0 tstep: 0.5 Number of runs: 50 