I'll vote for option #2 since I doubt I'd meet the requirements for
I will continue to clean up the code and develop some documentation.
I hope to have something ready for you to review in a few days.
On Sep 19, 2008, at 11:51 AM, Sean Luke wrote:
> Dave, this is cool to hear.
> So there are three levels we can do this at:
> 1. At the very least I can put a link to your stuff on the ECJ web
> 2. We can host the code in the 'contrib' directory. You'd be in
> charge of it.
> 3. We can import the code into the main ECJ distribution. To do
> this, the code has to match ECJ coding norms and design standards
> (and be good!)
> What do you think?
> David wrote:
>> I am putting the finishing touches on a rudimentary implementation
>> of Cartesian Genetic Programming (CGP) for ECJ. CGP is a genetic
>> programming technique invented by Julian Miller - more information
>> here: http://www.cartesiangp.co.uk/.
>> I am interested in submitting my implementation to the ECJ code
>> base. If this is agreeable to you, I was thinking of placing my
>> implementation under the "contrib" directory. My hope is that
>> others can improve and build on this work.
>> I've run a handful of test problems with this CGP implementation:
>> Even-n-parity, regression, breast cancer classifier, and the
>> classic Iris species classifier. I would include these as sample
>> implementations in the contribution.
>> Let me know what you think!