An efficient C++ based implementation of the 'DEoptim' function which performs global optimization by differential evolution. Its creation was motivated by trying to see if the old approximation "easier, shorter, faster: pick any two" could in fact be extended to achieving all three goals while moving the code from plain old C to modern C++. The initial version did in fact do so, but a good part of the gain was due to an implicit code review which eliminated a few inefficiencies which have since been eliminated in 'DEoptim'.
|Author||Dirk Eddelbuettel extending DEoptim (by David Ardia, Katharine Mullen, Brian Peterson, Joshua Ulrich) which itself is based on DE-Engine (by Rainer Storn)|
|Date of publication||2016-01-22 14:28:12|
|Maintainer||Dirk Eddelbuettel <email@example.com>|
|License||GPL (>= 2)|