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##Architecture
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## Architecture
The architecture of jMetal 5 relies on four interfaces:
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##Compiling
## Compiling
Once you have the source code of jMetal you can use it in to ways: from an IDE or from the command line of a terminal. The IDE alternative is the simplest one and if you are used to the tool you building and runnig algorithms is easy.
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##Installation
## Installation
jMetal is a Maven project hosted in GitHub, so there are two ways of getting the software: adding it as a dependence in your own Maven project, or getting the source code from https://github.com/jMetal/jMetal.
### Using jMetal as a Maven/Gradle dependence
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##Introduction
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## Introduction
The jMetal project started in 2006 as the result of our need of having a easy to use, flexible, extensible and portable multi-objective optimization framework with metaheuristics. Since 2008 it has been hosted in http://jmetal.sourceforge.net. Since 2014 the current development is located in https://github.com/jMetal/jMetal.
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* Parallelism support
* Introducing measures to get information of the algorithms in runtime
A discussion about the new jMetal framework can be found in the paper "Redesigning the jMetal Multi-Objective Optimization Framework. Antonio J. Nebro, Juan J. Durillo, Matthieu Vergne. GECCO (Companion) 2015". DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2739482.2768462
A discussion about the new jMetal framework can be found in the paper "Redesigning the jMetal Multi-Objective Optimization Framework. Antonio J. Nebro, Juan J. Durillo, Matthieu Vergne. GECCO (Companion) 2015". DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2739482.2768462
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##Requirements
## Requirements
jMetal is implemented in Java. Since version 5.2, we are using features of Java 8, so a Java 8 JDK is required to compile the project.
As jMetal is a Maven project, this tool is also a requirement to compile, test and package the code.
Optionally, R and Latex are needed if you use the code to carry out experimental studies to run the R scripts and compile the Latex files that will be generated.
Optionally, R and Latex are needed if you use the code to carry out experimental studies to run the R scripts and compile the Latex files that will be generated.
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## Running algorihtms
## Running algorithms
To run an algorithm in jMetal you have two choices: using an IDE or using the command line. We explain both methods in this section. We comment first how to configure a metaheuristic algorithm to solve a problem.
### Configuring algorithms

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