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Adjacency Graph Once a ﬂoor plan has been decomposed into a series of rectangular partitions and an adjacency graph constructed, each partition has a genome associated with it. Conceptually, each individual contains a set of genomes: with each genome representing a rectangular partition linked by the adjacency graph. With the building partitioned and adjacent partitions monitoring each other, a genome can be generated for each partition. The initialisation process starts by selecting the left most upper partition (this is an arbitrary selection as the initialisation process could theoretically start at any partition, however to improve the algorithm’s ’transparency’ it always starts at the same location).
32 J. 15 Selection OBGRID uses the tournament selection technique (Goldberg, 1989), which has been found to give better performance than the roulette wheel method used in BGRID. 16 Fitness Function The ﬁtness function assigns a single numerical value to an individual that reﬂects how ’good’ it is (although a multi-objective ﬁtness function might be more appropriate, however the goal of this work is to develop a representation). The basic form of the ﬁtness function is the same as that used in BGRID although OBGrid uses a quadratic penalty function, which assigns a greater penalty to a larger transgression.
Negative volume generated by CCW face f and point p can see its vertices in a CCW manner (Figure 35). A face f is considered to be visible from some point p, iff a line drawn from p to some point x interior to f does not intersect with the polyhedron, denoted as CH, at any point other than x. Visibility can be also be formally deﬁned by using sets (17). It should be noted that (17) deﬁnes a face that is ’edge on’ to p to be invisible. i f f px CH x (17) The visibility of a face f from a point p can be determined by calculating the signed volume of the tetrahedron deﬁned by f and p.