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It is good to see your presentation material. I think it is a good idea to include an example ('Tiddlywinks' part) of the genetic algorithm. I have a question about the problem setting. It is guaranteed that each circle is generated in such a way that any two of them are not overlapped, at all? I'm not sure if you already have in mind the following, but I have a suggestion. You can show the graph of 'the best solution performance vs. generations'. It would be helpful to visualize how your solutions are evolved over generations.  [[User:Joyce Whang|Joyce Whang]] 02:06, 21 April 2012 (CDT)
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It is good to see your presentation material. I think it is a good idea to include an example ('Tiddlywinks' part) of the genetic algorithm. I'm not sure if you already have in mind the following, but I have a suggestion. You can show the graph of 'the best solution performance vs. generations'. It would be helpful to visualize how your solutions are evolved over generations.  [[User:Joyce Whang|Joyce Whang]] 02:06, 21 April 2012 (CDT)

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Video opening: Presentation Opening (I made the audio and compiled online footage. No, unfortunately I didn't make the visuals from scratch. =) )

The current version of my PowerPoint presentation is here: Media:Genetic_Algorithms_Apr9.pptx

The graph in slide 4 comes from a program I have written to illustrate genetic algorithms. My remaining work for the project is to flesh out more details in the PowerPoint presentation, incorporate my example code, and finally, make a webcast.

And just for fun: Media:Opinionated_Lessons_Spread.pdf


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It is good to see your presentation material. I think it is a good idea to include an example ('Tiddlywinks' part) of the genetic algorithm. I'm not sure if you already have in mind the following, but I have a suggestion. You can show the graph of 'the best solution performance vs. generations'. It would be helpful to visualize how your solutions are evolved over generations. Joyce Whang 02:06, 21 April 2012 (CDT)