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Grasshopper 1.0 API documentation online.
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Grasshopper data types.
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David Rutten replied to taisukeoO's discussion Is there any tools to solve linear equation in C# script in Rhino/Grasshopper
"Well, GH2 will ship with Math.NET assemblies, so whenever GH2 ships with Rhino then Rhino will also ship with Math.NET."
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David Rutten replied to Dave Harbour's discussion Graff Mapper and bi-rail
"In addition to Hyungsoo's advice, there seems to be a deep misunderstanding here about how Grasshopper works. Objects to the left of other objects provide inputs and are never changed by whatever you do to the right of them. So if the Bezier…"
David Rutten replied to Brian Harms's discussion Decompose Point location in user-defined plane?
"Yes, but not by adding more inputs to all components. If there can be a way to provide local coordinate systems unobtrusively then it's something I'd love to add."
David Rutten replied to taisukeoO's discussion Is there any tools to solve linear equation in C# script in Rhino/Grasshopper
"Fun fact, Math.NET is part of the GH2 codebase and already used heavily in both the interface and the sdk."

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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…

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