Changes between Version 383 and Version 384 of ReviewHeuristicLab3.3.0Application


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05/10/10 10:13:09 (12 years ago)
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abeham
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  • ReviewHeuristicLab3.3.0Application

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    109109=== Priority: MEDIUM ===
    110110 * As this just happened to me again: When closing the Optimizer I am not asked if I really want to close it. I know that this can be annoying, but how about a dialog asking if the user really wants to close HL if at least one tab opened that is not the start page.
    111  * IMHO the meaning of the result "CurrentSuccessRatio" is not completely clear, especially because there is no description given. This value rises steadily during a generation of an OS-GA; from the publications one could expect this parameter to be either constant (because it is a parameter of the OS) or fluctuating (because it represents somethig like the "success rate").
     111 * IMHO the meaning of the result "CurrentSuccessRatio" is not completely clear, especially because there is no description given. This value rises steadily during a generation of an OS-GA; from the publications one could expect this parameter to be either constant (because it is a parameter of the OS) or fluctuating (because it represents something like the "success rate").
    112112  * abeham: It's an indication of how much of the currently generated offspring population in the OS step is successful compared to the total population. It's not a result as such, but rather a live status feedback. If it's causing confusion I'll remove it, but I'll have to talk to maffenze about this first.
    113113 * When analyzing the results of a batch run in a table, the name of the tab page is "StringConvertibleMatrix (RunC..." - could this be replaced by "RunCollection Results Analysis", e.g.?
     
    120120 * Regarding the description of operators:
    121121   * As the references to articles and books are incorporated in grammatically meaningful sentences (which I like a lot!) I would not use full stops (.) within references; I would use semicola (;) instead.
     122   * abeham: The point should be understood as being part of the reference than part of the sentence.
    122123 * In the symbReg problem parameter "SymbolicExpressionTreeInterpreter:" I would remove the ":"
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