Extract the data corresponding to the subsequent runs of a specific
search being applied to a specific
problem. This is a generic
data object containing the analysis results
name of the analyzed problem. Can be omitted if the
name of the applied search. Can be omitted if the
data contains results for a single problem only, the argument
problem can be omitted. Likewise, if for the considered
results are available for a single search only, the argument
can be omitted.
A list containing one element for each search run.
Each run has at least two elements
values, which are
both numeric vectors. The
time vector indicates when the best
solution was updated during search and the new best solution's value is
found at the respective index in
values. Times are expressed in
milliseconds since starting the search. A time of -1 indicates that the
search was not yet running, which e.g. occurs when a local search adopts a
random current solution during initialization. Times are always positive
(or -1) and increasing. Values are either increasing (in case of
maximization) or decreasing (in case of minimization).
If contained in the given
data, a run also has an element
best.solution representing the final best solution found during that
search run. The last element of
values then indicates the value of
this best solution. When writing results obtained from the analysis tools
in the 'JAMES' extensions module to a JSON file, one should provide a JSON
converter for the solution type of the analyzed problems if it is desired
that the actual best found solutions are contained in the output file.
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