FW: periodicity

Edmanuel Eduardo Torres Amaris edmanuel.torres at ecopetrol.com.co
Wed Jul 3 10:48:29 EDT 2002

Hi Sanne

If you are using an implemented GA (i.e. GASteadyStateGA, GASimpleGA,
GADemeGA), you will needed to do some changes into de GAlib code, that is
not complicate. I had need to do some changes in order to get a refresh
windows each generation, I think that you need some seemed.
Explain to me what you need to do so that help you.

look my program to:




-----Original Message-----
From: Sanne Houweling [mailto:sanne at blade030.cs.vu.nl]
Sent: Wednesday, July 03, 2002 9:21 AM
To: Edmanuel Eduardo Torres Amaris
Subject: RE: periodicity

Thank you, that works fine! I just wanted to know the best way
of doing it.


On Tue, 2 Jul 2002, Edmanuel Eduardo Torres Amaris wrote:

>You will need to derive your new class, in order to get what do you need.
>Read the GAlib's doc
>"This document describes how to extend GAlib's capabilities by defining
>own genomes and genetic operators. The best way to customize the behavior
>an object is to derive a new class. If you do not want to do that much
>GAlib is designed to let you replace behaviors of existing objects by
>defining new functions."
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Sanne Houweling [mailto:sanne at kits.cs.vu.nl]
>Sent: Monday, July 01, 2002 7:57 AM
>To: galib at mit.edu
>Subject: periodicity
>Dear all,
>I am trying to let the GA make adjustments every x
>generations. Through statistics I can invoke the number of the
>current generation, but how can the GA do this while evolving?
>Being no expert on C++, any help is welcome.
>Thanks, Sanne.
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