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From: Robert Baruch <[log in to unmask]> 

> 
> On Aug 22, 2006, at 8:06 PM, Sean Luke wrote: 
> 
> > Hi Robert, we're not actively avoiding you! :-) I'm in Kyoto on 
> > very limited bandwidth, and Liviu's working on his dissertation 
> > (which he's defending in a few days). Liviu's the man you want to 
> > have look into this anyway -- he wrote the coevolution code and 
> > knows it better than I do. Give him a little while though! :-) 
> 
> That's ok :) I finally realized that what I wanted was something like 
> CompetitiveEvaluator, but not quite, and something like 
> MultiPopCoevolutionaryEvaluator, but not quite. So I wrote my own 
> evaluator, just enough to get it working. 
> 
> Here it is, for your amusement. Someone could probably take it and 
> turn it into something worthy of inclusion in ec.coevolve. 
> 
> --Rob 

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