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David Rutten replied to fatih d's discussion Random Walk
"Ok, that will be significantly more difficult then. Not only do you need to take care with every step to not intersect the existing path, you must also be able to retrace your steps as you may get stuck with no way out. This sort of…"
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David Rutten replied to fatih d's discussion Random Walk
"I came up with one way, however the randomness is not consistent when the path gets longer, this may be a problem. I had a better version before, but rejected it because the 'Integers Only' option for the random component does not produce…"
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David Rutten replied to fatih d's discussion Random Walk
"Do you care if you go back, or if you intersect your old path?"
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David Rutten replied to IREMNUR TOKAC's discussion Dividing Brep Surface with a Curve
"You can also just split the faces with the curve directly. You only need one component: private void RunScript(Brep S, Curve C, ref object A, ref object B) {  BrepFace face = S.Faces[0];  Brep result = face.Split(new Curve[]{C},…"
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Evolutionary Principles applied to Problem Solving

This blog post is a rough approximation of the lecture I gave at the AAG10 conference in Vienna on September 21st 2010. Naturally it will be quite a different experience as the medium is quite different, but it my hope the basic premise of the lecture remains intact. This post deals with Evolutionary Solvers in general, but I use Rhino, Grasshopper and Galapagos to demonstrate the topics.

September 24th 2010…

Posted on September 25, 2010 at 9:00am — 35 Comments

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At 2:20pm on October 27, 2013, David Rutten said…

I do not read comments here, please post questions on the discussion forums and personal messages to my email or Ning inbox.

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