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Distributed BEAGLE

Distributed BEAGLE is a master-slave distribution extension of the evolutionary computation framework, Open BEAGLE. Its key features are robustness, fault tolerance, adaptability for heterogeneous networks, and transparency for the user.

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  •  03 Nov 2004 23:35

    Release Notes: Variable deme size could crash the server; this has been fixed. Compression of connections can now be activated by clients if the option is set to "-1".

    •  28 Sep 2004 21:45

      Release Notes: Restarting the server now gives the correct number of jobs still needing to be crunched. The monitor now gives better information (demes information, generations, jobs to do/total, etc.). Signal handling works with the new threading model of Linux kernel 2.6.x (and backported to 2.4.26). Some clients could not be killed with signals; this has been fixed.

      •  27 Aug 2004 04:10

        Release Notes: This release includes important bugfixes, some improvements, and a new detailed manual.

        •  02 Jun 2004 04:20

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

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