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Genetic Algorithms using Perl

Teodor Zlatanov has written a whole bunch of articles for IBM developerWorks 'Cultured Perl' series. He just wrote the 3rd installment of a series on writing Genetic Algorithms using Perl (the first of which was written in 2001 and the second in 2002!).

The articles are:
Genetic algorithms applied with Perl, aug 2001: "Create your own Darwinian breeding grounds"
Genetic algorithms, the next generation, oct 2002: "Advanced examples of genetic algorithms with Perl"
Genetic algorithms simulate a multi-celled organism, oct 2004: "Create life, or something like it"

These articles might be of interest to anybody who is into Perl and biology.

Comments

"These articles might be of interest to anybody who is into Perl and biology."

Sounds like me! :-)

Thanks for posting these, Edwin! They look great!

I did some reading on genetic algorithms a couple years ago...very cool stuff.