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ECJ does multithreading to either evaluate or breed individuals.  To breed individuals in the population, ECJ slices up the new population into pieces and assigns each piece to a separate thread to perform breeding.  To evaluate individuals in the population, ECJ either slices up the population and assigns each piece to a thread, or it iteratively assigns single individuals or small groups of individuals to each thread.  For more information, please review the ECJ Owner's Manual.

Sean

On Apr 13, 2014, at 8:41 PM, SUBSCRIBE ECJ-INTEREST-L Anonymous <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Well, C applies to me.
> 
> How does the multiple threads work, in relation to the chromosomes? A single 
> thread per chromosome?
> 
> Regards.