you are right about the named requests and their age.
I think that it would be quite easy to accomplish the task with
My personal time schedule would allow to keep up with that in some few
weeks. But I could help you bring in an implementation of yours (if you mind
realizing such) into JGAP resp. adapt a demo program (possibly not concerned
with JGAP in any way but doing multi-threading sophisticatedly) to fit in
with JGAP from the threading perspective (meaning: take the threading-logic
and bring it in to JGAP).
So if you have an example of multithreading that could be used as a
"template" to update JGAP's Population.determineFittestChromosome() I could
put this in to JGAP. Or if you have any other idea, you are very welcome.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jgap-devl-admin@... > [mailto:jgap-devl-admin@...] On Behalf Of
> Stanislav Lazarov
> Sent: Wednesday, May 10, 2006 4:19 PM
> To: jgap-devl@... > Subject: [jgap-devl] JGAP Roadmap
> Could someone describe me briefly the future JGAP roadmap?
> Especially I am interested in multi-threaded and distributed
> environment computation. It is said in the FAQ that this is
> considered for a future (after 2.0) release, now we are at
> 2.6. Request #1072636 (Distributed computing) has not been
> updated since a year ago. It would be nice if
> Population.determineFittestChromosome() runs several threads
> (usually the number of CPU cores) over the population.
> Stanislav Lazarov.