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Re: TravellingSalesMan example

Klaus Meffert-5
John,
 
there is an example implementation for TSP from Audrius: Pleae have a look at the class examples.salesman.TravellingSalesman, this class uses Integer's. It should be easy to rewrite them to doubles.
 
Best

Klaus

 


From: John Spangenberg [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Sunday, November 27, 2011 5:35 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [jgap-users] TravellingSalesMan example

Hi there,

I am completely new to JGAP and genetic algorithms in general. But I would like to enhance the TravellingsSalesMan example a little.
 
In the source code of the TravelingSalesMan demo (http://jgap.sourceforge.net/doc/salesman/TravellingSalesman.java) the author Audrius Meskauskas recommends to define a new type of gene, corresponding the data about a "city". For example, it can contain the city X and Y co-ordinates, used by the distance function.

Does anyone have a simple code example of such a gene type, in which the x/y coordinates are of type double?

Many thanks in advance,

John Spangenberg

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