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We will first outline the fundamental steps of HS, and show how it works. We then try to identify the characteristics of metaheuristics and analyze why HS is a good metaheuristic.algorithm. We then review briefly other popular metaheuristics such as particle swarm optimization so as to find their similarities and differences with HS. Finally, we will Algorithms, Complexity, Extensions, and Applications Weixiong Zhang. The process of successively partitioning a solution space or state space can be characterized as a tree, in which the root represents the original solution space, the children of a node represent the decomposed solution spaces created by partitioning the solution space of the parent, and the leaf nodes of the tree represent solutions or spaces with no solutions. During the process of exploring a state space, a search Over the last 15 years, hundreds of papers presenting applications.of tabu search, a heuristic method originally proposed by Glover (1986), to various combinatorial problems have appeared in the operations research literature: see, for example, Glover and Laguna (1997), Glover et al. (1993b), Osman and Kelly (1996), Pardalos and Resende (2002), Ribeiro and Hansen (2002) and Voss et al. (1999). In several cases, the methods described provide solutions very close to optimality We start with a brief description of exhaustive search, including grid search and pure random search. Then we present a framework for sequential random search and a brief discussion of simulated annealing. This is followed by a framework for twophase methods, including multi start, clustering, single linkage and multilevel.single linkage algorithms. 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