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Pascal
2002-05-19 03:06:27
What's your strategy with the results.dat?  Is it good to have many results (good and bad at all) or only some good results (perhaps above 1.9 %)?
How do you do that?

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Stephen Brooks
2002-05-19 14:55:27
I just leave all of the results produced so far in the results.dat file - there isn't any reason to remove the low results because I've programmed Muon1 to virtually ignore the low-scoring ones anyway.
gogomaus
2002-05-20 10:08:15
Keeping everything in your result.dat will give you the best approach for slow, but broad evolution.  So did I from start on.
But now I try to find some more specific results while using only a selected "genome-pool". I collected only results for zrsc >= 590 and > 1% muons (thanks to Marcel Anliker from SwissTeam for some 1.8++% results).  Twice a day I take away manually all results zrsc<590. It´s obviously an incest breeding, but I want to know, whether there are existing any good results for this zrsc-range at all.
Pascal
2002-05-23 09:27:17
@gogomaus:
Interesting thing, you do.  But for what reason do you decide to throw the results especially with the parameter zrsc and the value 590 away?

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gogomaus
2002-05-23 11:09:20
@pascal
there are a lot of top results around zrsc 587, most of them generated by your Rechenkraft- and SwissTeam.  I did not want my computer to copy or add further results in this region, but just look for maybe another "mountain" for zrsc-values = 590 or higher.
It was not too successful, but I got a lot around 1.9+%.
I think both values zrsc and rotrsc to be crucial for good results.  Have a look to my post at the Topic "new muon versions". Bye, bye
Pascal
2002-06-01 12:06:39
Actually, we're on version 4.11.
Would it be good to get all results together - perhaps on the website, that everyone can download some different results?  cool roll eyes

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