Genocop
Genocop, by Zbigniew Michalewicz, is a genetic algorithm-based program for constrained and unconstrained optimization, written in C. The Genocop system aims at finding a global optimum (minimum or maximum: this is one of the input parameters) of a function; additional linear constraints (equations and inequalities) can be specified as well. The current version of Genocop should run without changes on any BSD-UN*X system (preferably on a Sun SPARC machine). This program can also be run on a DOS system. This software is copyright by Zbigniew Michalewicz. Permission is granted to copy and use the software for scientific, noncommercial purposes only. The software is provided ”as is”, i.e., without any warranties.
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