OSGiLiath Evolutionary FrameworkService Oriented Architecture for Evolutionary Algorithms, developed by Pablo García-Sánchez at University of Granada, Spain.
OSGiLiath: Service Oriented Architecture for Evolutionary Algorithms by Pablo García Sánchez is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
- [Paper] Studying the effect of population size in distributed evolutionary algorithms on heterogeneous clusters
- [Paper] A Methodology to Develop Service Oriented Evolutionary Algorithms
- Thesis: Service Oriented Architecture for Adaptive Evolutionary Algorithms: Implementation and Applications
- GP in RTS games paper presentation at #Evostar2014
- Final of the local edition of the Free Software University Contest
- [Paper] Studying the effect of population size in distributed evolutionary algorithms on heterogeneous clusters osgiliath.org/2015/10/27/pap… 1 year ago
- New citation: An energy-aware bi-level optimization model for multi-job scheduling problems under cloud computing link.springer.com/article/10.100… 2 years ago
- Added to github the CEC 2005 Benchmark functions to NdimFunction bundle github.com/fergunet/osgil… 2 years ago
- New citation to OSGiLiath: Towards a component-based software architecture for genetic algorithms ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.j… 2 years ago
- RT @Evostar2015: Remember, remember, the deadline is the 15th November. 2 years ago
Category Archives: Evolutionary Art
This weekend, I’ve been working with @rubenhek, @dcalandria and @abpelegrina in the #6Hackathon of the Free Software Contest (CUSL7) at Spiral Startups. We have focused, as before, in the Evolutionary Art capabilities of OSGiLiath. This time we have chosen OpenCV … Continue reading
An amazing day today at Cocoroco Coworking! With the help of our awesome collaborators a lot of new improvements have been added to OSGiLiART, the Evolutionary Art module of OSGiLiath. A good State of the Art in Evolutionary Art and … Continue reading
After my presentation of OSGiLiath in the Hackathon, a group of students and programmers contacted with me to join to (the so-called) OSGiLiART project. The participants are Robermoji, Abpelegrina, DCalabria, Rubenhek, PardiML and DonFruela. Today we divided the work in … Continue reading