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Zachriel



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(Permalink) Posted: June 11 2009,20:41   

Take a look at the distribution of beneficial mutations. {The parameters are as on the image and Maximal beneficial mutation effects = 0.1} Beneficial mutations spike, then disappear.


                   Generation 3970, Fitness 0.106, Deleterious 38398, Favorable 0.

The program doesn't seem to use my available memory and quits well before the specified generations. It doesn't seem to reseed the randomizer with each run.


                 Generation 3972, Fitness 0.101, Deleterious 38422, Favorable 0.

Just look at those graphs. That just doesn't look right at all.

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