[galib] A representation question as a GAlib beginner

zhangh1@umbc.edu zhangh1 at umbc.edu
Fri Apr 15 19:17:16 EDT 2011

Hi there,

I just checked ex11.C, and think GAListGenome should do it.

Thanks anyway.


> Hi,
> I am new to GA, and wonder whether somebody can help me to set up the
> representation for a common problem (should be:). Basically I have a
> structure pool of size 10000 and try to find the best combination of 100
> (no overlap) that can generate the ideal experimental results. I plan to
> make the an array of size 10000 as the pool, and choose the array index as
> the parameters that I want to evolve. I am thinking about using
> GA1DArrayGenome of integer type ranging from 1 to 10000 to do this job,
> and have 2 questions:
> 1. How to make sure each of the 100 genes in the genome is unique (and
> ignore the child containing 2 or more identical genes during the
> evolution)?
> 2. Is evolving over the index a good choice at all? Or any other
> suggestions?
> Thanks a lot for any help!
> Best Regards, John
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