Algorithm::Evolutionary::Fitness::Any - Façade for any function to look like fitness


   use Algorithm::Evolutionary::Utils qw( string_decode )

   sub squares {
     my $chrom = shift;
     my @values = string_decode( $chrom, 10, -1, 1 );
     return $values[0] * $values[1];

   my $any_eval = new Algorithm::Evolutionary::Fitness::Any \&squares



Turns any subroutine or closure into a fitness function. Useful mainly if you want results cached; it's not really needed otherwise.


new( $function )

Assigns default variables

apply( $individual )

Applies the instantiated problem to a chromosome. Actually it is a wrapper around _apply

_apply( $individual )

This is the one that really does the stuff. It applies the defined function to each individual


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  CVS Info: $Date: 2009/07/22 12:07:03 $ 
  $Header: /cvsroot/opeal/Algorithm-Evolutionary/lib/Algorithm/Evolutionary/Fitness/,v 2.1 2009/07/22 12:07:03 jmerelo Exp $ 
  $Author: jmerelo $ 
  $Revision: 2.1 $

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