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Is there any implementation of a multi-objective genetic algorithm for Mathematica?

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Did you have a look at NMinimize together with method DifferentialEvolution? –  Yves Klett Sep 24 '12 at 13:51
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@YvesKlett close but no cigar. Differential evolution is neither a multi-objective optimizer nor a genetic algorithm (it's more of an evolution strategy). To my knowledge the answer is no; there certainly isn't anything in Mathematica itself for this. Anyway, this question by itself is not very informative; it would be useful to know what problem is being attacked here... –  Oleksandr R. Sep 24 '12 at 18:04
    
you may check demonstrations.wolfram.com/… –  s.s.o Jul 9 '13 at 11:29
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I am currently developing an open source Genetic Algorithms library for Mathematica. It can be downloaded from this source. It is documented and, although I have not used it for multi-objective applications, it should provide some help with such applications.


Edit by halirutan: Unfortunately, the above link does not work anymore. If you search google for "Gattaca Hector Sanchez" you find traces of this repository but it seems it got deleted by the author.

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Thanks for posting! It would be nice if you could provide a few usage examples in the answer –  Szabolcs May 10 '13 at 0:09
    
The documentation of the package has a few examples on how to use it. They are on the directory: /Genetic Algorithms/Documentation/English/Tutorials –  chipdelmal May 12 '13 at 15:27
    
I hope the examples and the package help. I am still working on it, specially in making it faster. I hope I can make some updates after I finish my exams. Have fun. –  chipdelmal May 12 '13 at 15:29
    
chipdelmal, I suppose you have been alerted by halirutan's edit to you post. However, I see that you have been active after this edit, so probably a reminder that the link no longer works is not too forward :). It sounds very interesting :)! –  Jacob Akkerboom Nov 26 '13 at 22:40
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I'm sorry. I hadn't realised I deleted it from GitHub. The project can be found and downloaded from: bitbucket.org/chipdelmal/gattaca –  chipdelmal Nov 27 '13 at 22:53
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