Subject: Re: [boost] FW: Proposal for a Differential Evolution C++ library
From: Adrian Michel (adrian_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-12-12 00:52:03
On 12/09/2011 4:35 PM, Philip Bennefall wrote:
>> The full documentation is at http://www.amichel.com/de/doc/html but I'd
>> suggest these pages for a first read
>> http://www.amichel.com/de/doc/html/dd/d53/overview.html and
>> http://www.amichel.com/de/doc/html/db/d4e/tutorial.html .
>> The zip containing the DE C++ library and helper files is at
>> The DE main page is at http://www.icsi.berkeley.edu/~storn/code.html .
> I took a peak at the overview and some of the other pages and from what I
> can see initially, it looks like a very useful library for artificial
> intelligence. I have very limited knowledge in the field but this is
> something that grabs my interest, so if it's made public I'll definitely use
Thanks for your interest.
DE and this library can be certainly used for AI, but many different
problems in various areas can be optimized efficiently using DE
(references to some of those can be found here: