- Base Class
- SEE ALSO
Algorithm::Evolutionary::Op::Combined - Combinator of several operators of the same arity, unary or binary
#Initialize using OO interface my $op = new Algorithm::Evolutionary::Op::Mutation 0.1 3 my $another_op = new Algorithm::Evolutionary::Op::Permutation 2 # Single operator with rate of application = 3 my $combined_op = new Algorithm::Evolutionary::Op::Combined [ $op, $another_op ], 3;
Some algorithms (such as Algorithm::Evolutionary::Op::Canonical_GA_NN) need a single "mutation" and a single "crossover" operator. If you want to combine several (like above, mutation and permutation), each one with its own rate, you have to give them a façade like this one.
new( $ref_to_operator_array [, $operation_priority] )
Priority defaults to one, operator array has no defaults.
apply( @operands )
Applies the operator to the set of operands. All are passed, as such, to whatever operator is selected
- Algorithm::Evolutionary::Op::Mutation a mutation operator.
- Algorithm::Evolutionary::Op::Uniform_Crossover another more mutation-like crossover. These two operators can be combined using this one, for instance.
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