[R] Which genetic optimization package allows customized crossover and mutation operation

sun flyhyena at yahoo.com.cn
Sat Nov 11 22:32:51 CET 2006

Hi Dirk,

  Thanks for the reply. I have some GA code in java actually, but failed to install the SJava package in windows XP, really frustratting experience, do not understand why no binary distribution available. Now I am trying to finish my current work purely in java except some data exchange with R via files:(.

  I use a fake email address in outlookexpress to prevent spam actually, (have already discard some email addresses for that reason). and .. Sun is my real name;)

   have a nice day.


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Ö÷Ì⣺ Re: [R] Which genetic optimization package allows customized crossover and mutation operation

On 10 November 2006 at 16:19, sun wrote:
| No, I am not familiar with that project, actually never heard it before your 
| reply.:)
| Anyway, I found some code later on from "Claudio Agostinelli" who developed 
| this code for his teaching, I think. Unfortornuitly, his code does not work 
| on my settings. And I do not want to send much time on the object oriented 
| programing skill in R, so finally I went back to java for this GA work.

FWIW I did some recent work with the 'pgapack' C++ library, but I have no R
package for show for that.

Also, mail to your address bounces and you are not posting with a real
name. Both practices are frowned upon, so you may get fewer helpful replies
than you could otherwise expect.

Cheers, Dirk

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