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I'm new to genetic algorithms, but I haven't found specific info about real-coded GA's. I want to do antenna array optimization by using the real values of antenna position, phase, and amplitude, but I've only found binary encodings. Although the binary encodings seem easier during crossover, but I would like to use real continuous values, but I don't know how to apply crossover.

In MATLAB, I've been using an error value as a fitness function obtaining a vector with all the error data and using this to select the new population. I'd also appreciate a source describing the real continuous encoding process.

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    $\begingroup$ Do you have any bit of code we could see? $\endgroup$ Apr 24 '19 at 1:15
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There are codifications in Genetic Algorithms which use continuous vectors instead of binary vectors, is not mandatory for all GA to work with binaries.

MATLAB also has a function called "ga" which works with these vectors.

Matlab's help on ga function

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