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    Armoured Ants at ArXiV

    I just uploader our paper CHAC. A MOACO Algorithm for Computation of Bi-Criteria Military Unit Path in the Battlefield to the preprints site ArXiV. The title tells it all, but the meaning of CHAC, "Compañía de Hormigas Acorazadas", or Armoured Ant Company, while MOACO stands for multiobjective Ant Colony Optimization.

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