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PGACreate

PGACreate

Section: PGAPack (8) Updated: 05/01/95
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NAME

PGACreate - creates an uninitialized context variable. The Fortran version of this function call contains only the last three arguments  

INPUT PARAMETERS

argc
- address of the count of the number of command line arguments.
argv
- array of command line arguments.
datatype
- the data type used for the strings. Must be one of PGA_DATATYPE_BINARY, PGA_DATATYPE_CHARACTER, PGA_DATATYPE_INTEGER, PGA_DATATYPE_REAL, or PGA_DATATYPE_USER
binary
-valued, character-valued, integer-valued,
real
-valued, or a user-defined datatype, respectively.
len
- the string length (number of genes).
maxormin
- the direction of optimization. Must be one of PGA_MAXIMIZE or PGA_MINIMIZE for maximization or minimization, respectively.
 

OUTPUT PARAMETERS

none

 

SYNOPSIS

#include "pgapack.h"
PGAContext * PGACreate(argc, argv, datatype, len, maxormin)
int *argc
char **argv
int datatype
int len
int maxormin
 

LOCATION

create.c  

EXAMPLE

Example:

In C:
void main(int argc, char **argv) {
PGAContext *ctx;
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ctx = PGACreate(&argc, argv, PGA_DATATYPE_BINARY, 100, PGA_MAXIMIZE);
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//  Set options here
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PGASetUp(ctx);
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//  Run the GA here
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PGADestroy(ctx);
}

In FORTRAN:
integer ctx
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ctx = PGACreate(PGA_DATATYPE_BINARY, 100, PGA_MAXIMIZE)
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c       Set options here
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call PGASetUp(ctx)
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c       Run the GA here
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call PGADestroy(ctx)
stop
end


 

Index

NAME
INPUT PARAMETERS
OUTPUT PARAMETERS
SYNOPSIS
LOCATION
EXAMPLE

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