Geneva Optimization 0.9 "Alice"

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Project:
Geneva Optimization
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Version:
0.9
Code name:
Alice
Released:
2010-11-24  
Registrant:
ariel
Release registered:
2010-11-25
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Geneva Optimization Library

* Version 0.9, "Alice" - November 24, 2010

See the Changelog for the individual changes.

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The main changes for this release include:
 - Implemented gradient descents in all modes (serial, multi-threaded and
   networked).
 - Created a wrapper around all optimization algorithms in all modes
   (serial, multithreaded, networked) that much lowers the entry threshold
   to use Geneva. This wrapper class is called Go.
 - Introduced the GOptimizationMonitorT class (and derivatives) to allow
   easier access to information about the optimization process, plus
   visualization of the optimization progress out of the box.
 - Added a set of functions that allows to extract or set all parameters
   of type double, boost::int32_t or boolean with a single call from an
   individual, in the sequence in which they were registered. E.g., if
   a GDoubleObject, GBooleanCollection and a GConstrainedDouble have been
   registered in this order, it would be possible to just extract or set
   all double values in one go, while leaving the GBooleanCollection
   unchanged.
 - Made it a property of the GParameterSet class, instead of the
   optimization algorithm, whether GParameterSet's evaluation function
   should be maximized or minimized.
 - Added the GParserBuilder class that allows to easily create parsers
   for configuration files "on the fly".
 - Moved the GSerializableI class from the Geneva to the Common library.
 - Worked around a problem in conjunction with g++ 4.1.2 (a compiler bug,
   really).

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