Some time ago I got an email asking for the code of one of my old papers. Unfortunately the code was lost. But that reminded me that I still had some other code that could actually be made available. Essentially, some Genetic Programming (GP) libraries that I did around seven years ago (which in turn started on some other old code that I had done before).
Fast foward some weeks and it’s now available on my github account these two GP libraries:
- mini-gp: a minimalistic library that only allows simple tree-based GP
- core-gp: a larger library that does GP, STGP, GE and GAs.
The code is released as is and it’s not even re-tested. Basically it’s there not to be lost in some old external hard drive. Still, it might be useful to someone who has some interested in GP and Common Lisp. The code it’s not particulary nice in some aspects and it even contains some over-engineering parts, but it’s was fun to do it and back then was very useful to me.
PS: I still have another library for Ant Colony Optimization that I would like to put it on Github too but it still requires a little clean-up. Hopefully in the near future it’s done.
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