## A User's Guide to GAucsd 1.4

N. N. Schraudolph and J. J. Grefenstette. A User's Guide to GAucsd 1.4. Technical Report CS92-249, University of California, San Diego, 1992.

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### Abstract

This document describes the GAucsd system for function optimization developed by Nici Schraudolph at UCSD on the basis of Genesis 4.5, a genetic algorithm package written by John J. Grefenstette. Genetic algorithms appear to hold a lot of promise as general purpose adaptive search procedures. However, the authors disclaim any warranties of fitness for a particular problem. The purpose of making this system available is to encourage the experimental use of genetic algorithms on realistic optimization problems, and thereby to identify the their strengths and weaknesses.

### BibTeX Entry

@techreport{GAucsd,
author = {Nicol N. Schraudolph and John J. Grefenstette},
title = {\href{http://nic.schraudolph.org/pubs/GAucsd.ps.gz}{
A User's Guide to {GAucsd} 1.4}},
number = {CS92-249},
institution = {University of California, San Diego},
address = {La Jolla, CA 92093-0114},
year = 1992,
b2h_type = {Programs and Data},
b2h_topic = {Evolutionary Algorithms},
abstract = {
This document describes the \href{GAucsd.sh.gz}{GAucsd} system
for function optimization developed by Nici Schraudolph at UCSD on the
basis of {\em Genesis 4.5}, a genetic algorithm package written by
John J. Grefenstette. Genetic algorithms appear to hold a lot of promise as
general purpose adaptive search procedures.  However, the authors disclaim
any warranties of fitness for a particular problem.  The purpose of making
this system available is to encourage the experimental use of genetic
algorithms on realistic optimization problems, and thereby to identify the
their strengths and weaknesses.
}}


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