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Re: Simple Generalized Genetic Algorithm

by extremely (Priest)
on Feb 01, 2001 at 04:14 UTC ( #55608=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Simple Generalized Genetic Algorithm

Had you noticed Genetic Programming or breeding Perls on the Best Nodes page? It might be a good one to compare your code to. Some neat stuff in there too. You get my last ++ of the day for having POD in yours. =) (oops, I take that back, you'll get my first vote tomorrow, I done ran out already... =P /me thumps himself on the head.)

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Re: Re: Simple Generalized Genetic Algorithm
by stefan k (Curate) on Feb 01, 2001 at 14:01 UTC
    Had you noticed Genetic Programming or breeding Perls on the Best Nodes page? It might be a good one to compare your code to. Some neat stuff in there too.

    Yes I have read that one. I thought about a GP module, too, but -for my PhD supervisors' sake- right now I have to get back to GP in C++ *yuck*

    Maybe quidity and I will merge our efforts...

    You get my last ++ of the day for having POD in yours. =) (oops, I take that back, you'll get my first vote tomorrow, I done ran out already... =P /me thumps himself on the head.)

    Thanks for that :-) It took me hours to get behind the POD format without reading the manpage *grin*

    Regards
    Stefan K

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