A Java workbench and toolkit for developing, evaluating, and playing with classical and state-of-the-art optimization algorithms on standard benchmark problem domains; including reference algorithm implementations, graphing, visualizations and much more.

Features

  • Explore the behaviours of classical and state-of-the-art optimization algorithms.
  • Experiment with algorithms against bechmark problems using powerful statistical tools.
  • Play with parameters, graph performance, and learn about computational intelligence.

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  • awesome algorithms package and experimentation platform

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, Information Technology, Science/Research

User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2006-11-17