RubyNEAT – Neural Evolution of Augmenting Topologies
For the latest docs, please see http://rubyneat.de
RubyNEAT is under intense development, and then will be under intense documentation, as this is expected to be a full blown pure Ruby implementation of the NEAT algorithm by Kenneth Stanley:
Quick and Dirty Docs
There is an (extreme) alpha RubyGEM. Just do:
gem install rubyneat –pre
to see the list of commands. The workflow aspect of Rails is loosely mirrored here.
To generate a new NEAT project, type:
neat new PROJECTNAME
and a project directory will be created. Cd into that directory, and type:
neat generate neater NEATERNAME
and a scaffold Neater will be generated. Note that this generator is still in alpha, but improvements are coming shortly.
For some examples, clone or fork the following:
Feel free to add your own and do pull requests so that we can have more examples of using RubyNEAT.
For now, see
for the Github version, and this will probably be the better option until this gets out of alpha. There are a couple of example Neaters there (one of which is still in development). Basic, but will be a good example of how to implement your own Neater. Eventually all will be fully documented.
0.5.3We have a branch / version issue in the 0 major, and will have to be sorted. Some of the examples may be broken. We will address this shortly.
Activated elitism, fixed a few mating issues.
Console made functional.
Added a pop parameter to the report hook function. All example code in rubyneat\_examples updated. You will need to add the additional parameter to your Neaters on your report hooks.
Also, added stronger support for plugins. In particular, an attr\_neat attribute processor was added to NeatOb, to support default settings as well as hooks. Now, all plugins need to do is to hook into these hook functions to get notifications.
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