Updated: Jul 18, 2021
Brown Function is usually evaluated for the range: -1≤ xi≤ 4 for i=1,….,n. This function is smooth.
The function has one global minimum f (x*) = =0 at x*=(0,...,0)
Description and Features
Brown Function is a unimodal optimization problem. It is scalable and is defined on n- dimensional space.
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