In file EO++.h:

template <class EOT> class EOPop : public vector<EOT>

Subpopulation: it is used to move parts of population from one algorithm to another and one population to another

Inheritance:


Public Methods

EOPop()
~EOPop()

Documentation

Subpopulation: it is used to move parts of population from one algorithm to another and one population to another. It is safer to declare it as a separate object. I have no idea if a population can be some other thing that a vector, but if somebody thinks of it, this concrete implementation will be moved to "generic" and an abstract Population interface will be provided
class ZeroPopulation: public UException
This exception should be thrown when the population is 0; even in methods outside the EOPop class

ZeroPopulation( const string& _msg)
Constructor

EOPop()

~EOPop()


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Author:
Geneura Team
Version:
0.0

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