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Zheng Yin wrote:

> Is this scenario odd? if the ADF does not appear in the main tree howeve 
> the crossover has been done use the ADF tree therefor the individual will 
> be the same before and after the crossover at least in terms of fitness 
> function.  

That's true, but that's just how your individual arranged things.

Sean

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