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Minimalist And Customizable Optimization Package

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Minimalist And Customizable Optimization Package

Description

macop is an optimization Python package which not implement the whole available algorithms in the literature but let you the possibility to quickly develop and test your own algorithm and strategies. The main objective of this package is to be the most flexible as possible and hence, to offer a maximum of implementation possibilities.

Modules

  • algorithms: generic and implemented OR algorithms
  • evaluator: example of an evaluation function to use (you have to implement your own evaluation function)
  • solutions: solutions used to represent problem data
  • operators: mutators, crossovers update of solution. This folder also has policies folder to manage the way of update and use solution.
  • callbacks: callbacks folder where Callback class is available for making callback instructions every number of evaluations.

Note: you can pass a custom validator function to the algorithm in order to check is solution is always correct for your needs after an update.

How to use ?

Fully documentation of package with examples is available.

You can also see examples of use:

Add as dependency

git submodule add https://github.com/jbuisine/macop.git

License

The MIT License

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