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PGASetIntegerInitRange(2)					      PGAPack						 PGASetIntegerInitRange(2)

NAME
PGASetIntegerInitRange - sets a flag to tell the initialization routines to set each integer-valued gene to a value chosen randomly from the interval given by an upper and lower bound. DESCRIPTION
No string initialization is done by this call. INPUT PARAMETERS
ctx - context variable min - array of lower bounds that define the interval the gene is initialized from max - array of upper bounds that define the interval the gene is initialized from OUTPUT PARAMETERS
none SYNOPSIS
#include "pgapack.h" void PGASetIntegerInitRange(ctx, min, max) PGAContext *ctx int *min int *max LOCATION
integer.c EXAMPLE
Set the initialization routines to select a value for gene i uniformly randomly from the interval [0,i]. Assumes all strings are of the same length. PGAContext *ctx; int *low, *high, stringlen, i; : stringlen = PGAGetStringLength(ctx); low = (int *) malloc(stringlen*sizeof(int)); high = (int *) malloc(stringlen*sizeof(int)); for(i=0;i<stringlen;i++) { low[i] = 0; high[i] = i } PGASetIntegerInitRange(ctx, low, high); 05/01/95 PGASetIntegerInitRange(2)

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PGASetRealInitRange(2)						      PGAPack						    PGASetRealInitRange(2)

NAME
PGASetRealInitRange - sets the upper and lower bounds for randomly initializing real-valued genes. DESCRIPTION
For each gene these bounds define an interval from which the initial allele value is selected uniformly randomly. The user specifies two arrays containing lower and bound for each gene to define the interval. This is the default strategy for initializing real-valued strings. The default interval is $[0,1.0]$ for each gene. INPUT PARAMETERS
ctx - context variable min - array containing the lower bound of the interval for each gene mac - array containing the upper bound of the interval for each gene OUTPUT PARAMETERS
none SYNOPSIS
#include "pgapack.h" void PGASetRealInitRange(ctx, min, max) PGAContext *ctx double *min double *max LOCATION
real.c EXAMPLE
Set the initialization routines to select a value for each real-valued gene i uniformly randomly from the interval [-10.,i] Assumes all strings are of the same length. PGAContext *ctx; double *low, *high; int i, stringlen; : stringlen = PGAGetStringLength(ctx); low = (double *) malloc(stringlen*sizeof(double)); high = (double *) malloc(stringlen*sizeof(double)); for(i=0;i<stringlen;i++) { low[i] = -10.0; high[i] = i; } PGASetRealInitRange(ctx, low, high); 05/01/95 PGASetRealInitRange(2)
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