algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Minor changes to the interface. Lots of changes under the hood.
This image shows Galapagos trying to find the closest point on a surface. Of course dedicated algorithms can solve this problem in less than 2 milliseconds, but Galapagos managed to find a solution in about 10~12 generations (with 50 individuals per generation) that was quite close to the correct result. At 15 generations the exact answer was found.
I'm still amazed at how well the solver works given that it has no understanding whatsoever of the problem (it doesn't even know there is such a thing as spatial dimensions).
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