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GA.M: A Matlab routine for function maximization using a Genetic Algorithm


  • Michael B. Gordy



Implements a Genetic Algorithm for Maximization a la Dorsey and Mayer, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, January 1995, 13(1)

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  • Michael B. Gordy, "undated". "GA.M: A Matlab routine for function maximization using a Genetic Algorithm," Matlab codes ga, , revised 12 Feb 1996.
  • Handle: RePEc:cod:matlab:ga

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