Documentation of mutrandperm

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Function Synopsis

NewChrom = mutrandperm(Chrom, VLUB, MutRate)

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 MUTation RANDom of binary variables

 This function takes the current population and produces the
 same number of randomly initialized permutation valued individuals.
 This is done by calling a llow level function (mutrand)
 which calls the initialization function appropriate for 
 the variable representation.
 The resulting (random) individuals are returned.

 Syntax:  NewChrom = mutrandperm(Chrom, VLUB, MutRate)

 Input parameters:
    Chrom     - A matrix containing the chromosomes of the
                current population. Each row corresponds to
                an individuals.
    VLUB      - Matrix containing the boundaries of each variable.
    MutRate   - Not used here!

 Output parameter:
    NewChrom  - Matrix containing the new (random) individuals.

 See also: mutate, mutrand, initpp

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