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GECO v1.0 now in the cambridge archive
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: GECO v1.0 now in the cambridge archive
- From: email@example.com (George Williams)
- Date: Mon, 16 Nov 1992 08:03:23 -0600
I'm announcing public distribution of a genetic algorithm shell I have
been working on in my spare time for the last couple of months. It's
available on cambridge.apple.com in /pub/mcl2/contrib/ as the following
GECO-v1.0.cpt.hqx binhex'd Compact Pro archive
GECO-v1.0.tar.Z compressed tar file for Unix machines (no MCL fonts)
GECO.abstract a brief description
I've also updated the ABSTRACTS and README files. The abstract file is
appended to this message.
George Williams BCS Huntsville Artificial Intelligence Center
Boeing Computer Services Internet: firstname.lastname@example.org
POBox 240002, M/S JY-58 UUCP: ...!uw-beaver!bcsaic!hsvaic!george
Huntsville AL 35824-6402 Phone: 205+464-4968 FAX: 205+464-4930
Genetic Evolution through Combination of Objects (GECO)
GECO is a toolbox for constructing genetic algorithms. It provides a set
of extensible classes and methods designed for generality. Some simple
examples are also provided to illustrate the intended use.
George P. W. Williams, Jr.
1334 Columbus City Rd.
Scottsboro, AL 35768
Bug reports, improvements, and feature requests should be sent to
email@example.com. I will try to respond to them. Ports to other
lisps are also welcome.
GECO should be completely portable among CLtL2 compliant Common Lisps,
though it has presently been tested only with the following lisp
- MCL 2.0 (Apple's Macintosh Common Lisp)
1.0 16-Nov-92 GPW Initial public release.