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according to this link

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I would like to know
What is the algorithm using to avoid conflict between classes and lecturer?

Where he assigns the population size , mutation and crossover in your codes?
Please if anyone knows can you please e inform me
I try to look to whole source code and I'm not getting where exactly he mentions the population size,mutation and crossover

Best regards
Posted 24-Jun-13 4:48am
Comments
ThePhantomUpvoter at 24-Jun-13 10:59am
   
Why don't you wait to get an answer from the author?
Ron Beyer at 24-Jun-13 11:00am
   
Why not ask the author directly by posting in the forum at the bottom of that article? Its doubtful that they would run across it here...
enhzflep at 24-Jun-13 11:30am
   
To be fair, the OP did just that - 6 days ago, then again 5 days ago.
I make no comment on the OPs patience, though do note an attempt to use the 'official' channel has indeed already been made. :-p
The_Inventor at 26-Jun-13 5:44am
   
Maybe you are just trying to avoid the class.

"Now we need to assign a fitness value to the chromosome. As I previously said, only hard requirements are used to calculate the fitness of a class schedule. "

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