Linux: Genetic Algorithm in the Kernel

Posted by dave on Feb 21, 2005 12:12 PM EDT
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Jake Moilanen released an updated version of his genetic library patches for the 2.6.10 Linux kernel. He notes, "the major change in this version is the introduction of phenotypes. A phenotype is a set of genes the affect an observable property. In genetic-library terms, it is a set of genes that will affect a particular fitness measurement." He adds, "now multiple fitness routines can be ran for each genetic library user. Then depending on the results of a particular fitness measure, the specific genes that directly affect that fitness measure can be modified. This introduces a finer granularity that was missing in the first release of the genetic-library."

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