[Bbob-discuss] Request for BBOB algorithms.
Nikolaus.Hansen at lri.fr
Fri Feb 24 11:42:53 CET 2012
source code of CMA-ES or IPOP-CMA-ES (ie CMA-ES restarted with increasing
size) is available here
The BIPOP-CMA-ES you can find here:
Don't hesitate to get back to me if you have any further questions.
On Thu, 23 Feb 2012 23:22:56 +0100, Kevin Tierney <kevt at itu.dk> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am doing research into algorithm portfolios on continuous problems,
> and am trying to assemble a portfolio of high-quality algorithms,
> particularly evolutionary methods to compliment algorithms such as those
> in the NLopt library.
> If anyone is willing to send me source code that they have used for past
> competitions, I would be extremely grateful.
> I will, of course, keep your source code confidential, and I also want
> to make clear that I will not be entering the 2012 BBOB competition.
> Thank you for your assistance,
> Kevin Tierney
> PhD Student
> IT University of Copenhagen
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