It'd be something you need to write, but ECJ's got a full-featured
coevolution framework you can start with. Contact Liviu Panait
([log in to unmask]) for deep information about the coevolution system.
On May 12, 2008, at 5:48 PM, Peter Drake wrote:
> The paper below outlines the notion of "competitive fitness
> sharing". In short, the idea is that, in coevolution, individuals
> should be rewarded (given high fitness) both for being able to beat
> many opponents from the other population and for beating
> particularly hard-to-beat opponents. This is done by allocating a
> fixed amount of fitness for beating each opponent and dividing it
> across the individuals who do so.
> Does ECJ support this, or is it something I would have to write?
> Peter Drake