cec2013: Benchmark functions for the Special Session and Competition on Real-Parameter Single Objective Optimization at CEC-2013

This package provides R wrappers for the C implementation of 28 benchmark functions defined for the Special Session and Competition on Real-Parameter Single Objective Optimization at CEC-2013. The focus of this package is to provide an open-source and multi-platform implementation of the CEC2013 benchmark functions, in order to make easier for researchers to test the performance of new optimization algorithms in a reproducible way. The original C code (Windows only) was provided by Jane Jing Liang, while GNU/Linux comments were made by Janez Brest. This package was gently authorised for publication on CRAN by Ponnuthurai Nagaratnam Suganthan. The official documentation is available at http://www.ntu.edu.sg/home/EPNSugan/index_files/CEC2013/CEC2013.htm. Bugs reports/comments/questions are very welcomed (in English, Spanish or Italian).

AuthorMauricio Zambrano-Bigiarini [aut, cre], Yasser Gonzalez-Fernandez [aut]
Date of publication2015-01-22 00:52:47
MaintainerMauricio Zambrano-Bigiarini <mzb.devel@gmail.com>
LicenseGPL (>= 3)
Version0.1-5
http://www.rforge.net/cec2013, http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/cec2013

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cec2013
cec2013/inst
cec2013/inst/CITATION
cec2013/inst/extdata
cec2013/inst/extdata/M_D20.txt
cec2013/inst/extdata/M_D70.txt
cec2013/inst/extdata/shift_data.txt
cec2013/inst/extdata/M_D60.txt
cec2013/inst/extdata/M_D10.txt
cec2013/inst/extdata/M_D40.txt
cec2013/inst/extdata/M_D90.txt
cec2013/inst/extdata/M_D50.txt
cec2013/inst/extdata/M_D100.txt
cec2013/inst/extdata/M_D2.txt
cec2013/inst/extdata/M_D5.txt
cec2013/inst/extdata/M_D30.txt
cec2013/inst/extdata/M_D80.txt
cec2013/src
cec2013/src/cec2013.c
cec2013/src/test_func.c
cec2013/NAMESPACE
cec2013/NEWS
cec2013/R
cec2013/R/cec2013.R
cec2013/MD5
cec2013/DESCRIPTION
cec2013/man
cec2013/man/cec2013.Rd

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