Evolutionary computation framework
Open BEAGLE is an evolutionary computation framework. It provides an Object-Oriented software environment enabling the implementation of almost any kind of evolutionary algorithm, such as genetic algorithms and genetic programming. The only necessary condition is to have a population of individuals to which a sequence of evolving operations is iteratively applied. So far, two specialized frameworks have been implemented: genetic algorithms and genetic programming. An evolution strategies framework is also planned for a future release.
DocumentationUser HOWTO available in PDF format from http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/beagle/beagle-compil-howto-2_1_2-r1.pdf?download; User manual available in PDF format from http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/beagle/beagle-manual-2_1_3-r1.pdf?download; User reference manual available in HTML format from http://beagle.gel.ulaval.ca/refmanual/index.html
released on 16 February 2009
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