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… 2 years ago
- New citation: An energy-aware bi-level optimization model for multi-job scheduling problems under cloud computing link.springer.com/article/10.100… 3 years ago
- Added to github the CEC 2005 Benchmark functions to NdimFunction bundle github.com/fergunet/osgil… 3 years ago
- New citation to OSGiLiath: Towards a component-based software architecture for genetic algorithms ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.j… 3 years ago
- RT @Evostar2015: Remember, remember, the deadline is the 15th November. 3 years ago
Tag Archives: hackathon
This weekend the Free Software Office of the University of Granada has organized the 6th Hackathon for the University Free Software Contest (CUSL). During the weekend OsgiLiath has been improved thanks to the help of @antaress @jmkaos and @silus_27, 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
Because the Spanish Free Software Contest (CUSL) the Free Software Office of the University of Granada has announced the V Free Software Hackathon. During one weekend, participants who wish will be working with their project and collaborators in the ETS. Informática y Telecomunicación of … Continue reading