Combinatorial optimization with gaoptim package

May 27, 2013
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My recent update of gaoptim package brings up a new function, GAPerm, which can be used to perform combinatorial optimization using the Genetic Algorithm approach.

The example below solves a TSP instance with 10 points around a circumference, then plots the results.
Enjoy it!

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