[galib] galib Digest, Vol 51, Issue 5

Anselmo Pitombeira anselmop at sc.usp.br
Mon Oct 15 12:40:27 EDT 2007

I think it is possible.

You may compile GALib with common language runtime in Visual Studio and 
work in .NET environment.

Good luck

Anselmo Pitombeira

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> From: Peter Jay Salzman <p at dirac.org>
> Subject: [galib] gaLib and Excel/MS dll
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> Hi all,
> I commonly have optimization problems on Excel that I'd like to get a
> "second opinion" on since I don't fully trust Excel's optimizer.  A GA
> seemed like a great way to confirm solutions, or even just to narrow down
> Excel's search space.
> My idea was to find a GA implementation, compile it as a MS Windows dll, and
> then write a VBA interface between the optimization problem on the Excel
> spreadsheet and the dll GA implementation.
> Can this kind of thing be done with GALib?
> Thanks!
> Pete

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