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From: Brock <rbw3@c...>
Subject: [Caml-list] OCaml Genetic Programming Framework (OGPF)

Hi all. I've been working on a modular genetic programming framework and
it works a bit so I thought I'd mention it here so that interested
parties would be informed of its existence. Of note to non-gp folks is
that I am trying to make this very modular through use of functors, so
it might be a good (or bad!) example of functor usage.

>From the website:

    The goal of OGPF is to create a modular framework for building
    genetic programming systems in OCaml. It is also an experiment in
    modular framework design in OCaml, making heavy use of Functors.
    OGPF seeks to be a clean, elegant, and efficient solution to the
    question "How do I do genetic programming in OCaml?"

See http://thelackthereof.org/wiki.pl/OGPF
Raw Source at http://thelackthereof.org/projects/ocaml/ogpf/

I'm happy to discuss any aspect of this project (GP or functors or
anything) here or elsewhere.

Good Day,
--Brock

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