Manual Reference Pages - ALGORITHM::EVOLUTIONARY::EXPERIMENT (3)
Algorithm::Evolutionary::Experiment - Class for setting up an
experiment with algorithms and population
my $popSize = 20;
my $indiType = BitString;
my $indiSize = 64;
#Algorithm might be anything of type Op
my $ex = new Algorithm::Evolutionary::Experiment $popSize, $indiType, $indiSize, $algorithm;
This class contains (as instance variables) an algorithm and a population, and applies one to
the other. Can be serialized
using XML, and can read an XML description of the experiment.
new( CW$pop_size, CW$type_of_individual, CW$individual_size )
Creates a new experiment. An Experiment has two parts: the
population and the algorithm. The population is created from a set
of parameters: popSize, indiType and indiSize, and an array of
algorithms that will be applied sequentially. Alternatively, if
only operators are passed as an argument, it is understood as an
array of algorithms (including, probably, initialization of the
Applies the different operators in the order that they appear; returns the population
as a ref-to-array.
Algorithm::Evolutionary::Run , another option for setting up
experiments, which is the one you should rather use, as XML support is
going to be deprecated (some day).
This file is released under the GPL. See the LICENSE file included in this distribution,
or go to http://www.fsf.org/licenses/gpl.txt
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