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The authors got the motivation for writing the paper based on an issue, with which developers of the newly developed nature-inspired algorithms are usually confronted today: How to select the test benchmark such that it highlights the quality of the developed algorithm most fairly? In line with this, the CEC Competitions on Real-Parameter Single-Objective Optimization benchmarks that were issued several times in the last decade, serve as a testbed for evaluating the collection ofdoi:10.1109/access.2021.3058285 fatcat:sqq5fgiiuvfobpi2y33sod4uea