NAME - Optimization of the tide function using A::E


  prompt% ./ <population> <number of generations>


  prompt% perl <population> <number of generations>

will show the values of the two floating-point components of the chromosome and finally the best value and fitness reached, which should be as close to 1 as possible.


A simple example of how to run an Evolutionary algorithm based on Algorithm::Evolutionary. Tries to find the max of the bidimensional Tide , and outputs the x and y coordinates, along with fitness. Best fitness is close to 1. Around 50 generations should be enough, but default is population and number of generations equal to 100.


Contributed by Pedro Castillo Valdivieso, modified by J. J. Merelo


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