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genetic algorithm

Started by ABU BENAZIR January 24, 2012
am doing project in genetic algorithm.... i need to design an adaptive
filter using this genetic algorithm... am working in matlab..... if
anyone can help me????
thanks in advance..........
On 24.1.12 8:37 , ABU BENAZIR wrote:
> am doing project in genetic algorithm.... i need to design an adaptive > filter using this genetic algorithm... am working in matlab..... if > anyone can help me???? > thanks in advance..........
Do you not get any help from the school, Anjalai Ammal Mahalingam Engineering College? -- Tauno Voipio
On Jan 24, 1:31&#2013266080;pm, Tauno Voipio <tauno.voi...@notused.fi.invalid>
wrote:
> On 24.1.12 8:37 , ABU BENAZIR wrote: > > > am doing project in genetic algorithm.... i need to design an adaptive > > filter using this genetic algorithm... am working in matlab..... if > > anyone can help me???? > > thanks in advance.......... > > Do you not get any help from the school, > Anjalai Ammal Mahalingam Engineering College? > > -- > > Tauno Voipio
i juz ask for the help... if u can help me otherwise leave it.... dont comment unneccesrly....
On Tue, 24 Jan 2012 20:43:33 -0800, ABU BENAZIR wrote:

> On Jan 24, 1:31&nbsp;pm, Tauno Voipio <tauno.voi...@notused.fi.invalid> > wrote: >> On 24.1.12 8:37 , ABU BENAZIR wrote: >> >> > am doing project in genetic algorithm.... i need to design an >> > adaptive filter using this genetic algorithm... am working in >> > matlab..... if anyone can help me???? >> > thanks in advance.......... >> >> Do you not get any help from the school, Anjalai Ammal Mahalingam >> Engineering College? >> >> -- >> >> Tauno Voipio > > i juz ask for the help... if u can help me otherwise leave it.... dont > comment unneccesrly....
The comment was pertinent. If you look at the threads where the original poster seems to be getting substantive help, it's where they ask questions that can be answered, in fields that pertain to DSP. Genetic algorithms and MATLAB programming are both pretty tangential to the core content of DSP, and "I am doing some vague, unspecified project in (XYZ), written in MATLAB, please help" tempts one to answer with equal precision and volubility. So, to echo your level of detail and engagement, here's your answer. The process is an easy, three-step one: Step 1: Learn genetic algorithm theory. Step 2: Learn how to program in MATLAB. Step 3: Put what you learned in steps 1 and 2 together. Now, if, in the course of learning or implementing genetic algorithms, you have a _specific_ question about a _specific_ item, don't hesitate to ask -- I don't happen to be a genetic algorithm expert, but there are some folks on the group who do seem to have some knowledge in this domain, and would help _IF_ you mentioned specifics. -- My liberal friends think I'm a conservative kook. My conservative friends think I'm a liberal kook. Why am I not happy that they have found common ground? Tim Wescott, Communications, Control, Circuits & Software http://www.wescottdesign.com
On Wed, 25 Jan 2012 00:44:14 -0600, Tim Wescott <tim@seemywebsite.com>
wrote:

>On Tue, 24 Jan 2012 20:43:33 -0800, ABU BENAZIR wrote: > >> On Jan 24, 1:31&#2013266080;pm, Tauno Voipio <tauno.voi...@notused.fi.invalid> >> wrote: >>> On 24.1.12 8:37 , ABU BENAZIR wrote: >>> >>> > am doing project in genetic algorithm.... i need to design an >>> > adaptive filter using this genetic algorithm... am working in >>> > matlab..... if anyone can help me???? >>> > thanks in advance.......... >>> >>> Do you not get any help from the school, Anjalai Ammal Mahalingam >>> Engineering College? >>> >>> -- >>> >>> Tauno Voipio >> >> i juz ask for the help... if u can help me otherwise leave it.... dont >> comment unneccesrly.... > >The comment was pertinent. If you look at the threads where the original >poster seems to be getting substantive help, it's where they ask >questions that can be answered, in fields that pertain to DSP. > >Genetic algorithms and MATLAB programming are both pretty tangential to >the core content of DSP, and "I am doing some vague, unspecified project >in (XYZ), written in MATLAB, please help" tempts one to answer with equal >precision and volubility. > >So, to echo your level of detail and engagement, here's your answer. The >process is an easy, three-step one: > >Step 1: Learn genetic algorithm theory. >Step 2: Learn how to program in MATLAB. >Step 3: Put what you learned in steps 1 and 2 together. > >Now, if, in the course of learning or implementing genetic algorithms, >you have a _specific_ question about a _specific_ item, don't hesitate to >ask -- I don't happen to be a genetic algorithm expert, but there are >some folks on the group who do seem to have some knowledge in this >domain, and would help _IF_ you mentioned specifics.
Hi Tim, Thinking about your post, I'll quote the quiet, spooky, whispering words of Hannibal Lecter, "That was a gooood." It always amazes me when some knucklehead posts a message like, "I'm doing something, but I won't tell you what it is. What I'm doing doesn't work. Help me." Can ya' imagine a guy showing up in the doorway of your office? You look up at him. You have no idea who this dipwad is. Then he says, "I'm trying to process a signal. But it's not working. Help me." Courtesy and manners are important. Jerry Avins and I have been preaching this for years. [-Rick-]
On 1/26/12 9:53 PM, Rick Lyons wrote:
> > Courtesy and manners are important. Jerry > Avins and I have been preaching this for years. >
yeah, and i sing in the choir and Vlad is sitting in the congregation. and when algorithms are preached, Rev. Jacobson is in the pulpit. Amen, brothers. -- r b-j rbj@audioimagination.com "Imagination is more important than knowledge."
On Fri, 27 Jan 2012 00:07:15 -0500, robert bristow-johnson
<rbj@audioimagination.com> wrote:

>On 1/26/12 9:53 PM, Rick Lyons wrote: >> >> Courtesy and manners are important. Jerry >> Avins and I have been preaching this for years. >> > >yeah, and i sing in the choir and Vlad is sitting in the congregation. > >and when algorithms are preached, Rev. Jacobson is in the pulpit. > >Amen, brothers.
Good words indeed from High Priest Bristow-Johnson. [-Rick-]
On 1/27/12 6:29 AM, Rick Lyons wrote:
> On Fri, 27 Jan 2012 00:07:15 -0500, robert bristow-johnson > <rbj@audioimagination.com> wrote: > >> On 1/26/12 9:53 PM, Rick Lyons wrote: >>> >>> Courtesy and manners are important. Jerry >>> Avins and I have been preaching this for years. >>> >> >> yeah, and i sing in the choir and Vlad is sitting in the congregation. >> >> and when algorithms are preached, Rev. Jacobson is in the pulpit. >> >> Amen, brothers. > > Good words indeed from High Priest Bristow-Johnson.
no, i just sing in the choir. -- r b-j rbj@audioimagination.com "Imagination is more important than knowledge."

robert bristow-johnson wrote:

> On 1/27/12 6:29 AM, Rick Lyons wrote: > >> On Fri, 27 Jan 2012 00:07:15 -0500, robert bristow-johnson >> <rbj@audioimagination.com> wrote: >> >>> On 1/26/12 9:53 PM, Rick Lyons wrote: >>> >>>> >>>> Courtesy and manners are important. Jerry >>>> Avins and I have been preaching this for years. >>>> >>> >>> yeah, and i sing in the choir and Vlad is sitting in the congregation. >>> >>> and when algorithms are preached, Rev. Jacobson is in the pulpit. >>> >>> Amen, brothers. >> >> >> Good words indeed from High Priest Bristow-Johnson. > > > no, i just sing in the choir.
"It has always been dangerous to call a despot as a despot. And today is just as dangerous to call an idiot as idiot." (c) Akutagawa Runosuke
On 1/27/12 7:24 PM, Vladimir Vassilevsky wrote:
> > > robert bristow-johnson wrote: > >> On 1/27/12 6:29 AM, Rick Lyons wrote: >> >>> On Fri, 27 Jan 2012 00:07:15 -0500, robert bristow-johnson >>> <rbj@audioimagination.com> wrote: >>> >>>> On 1/26/12 9:53 PM, Rick Lyons wrote: >>>> >>>>> >>>>> Courtesy and manners are important. Jerry >>>>> Avins and I have been preaching this for years. >>>>> >>>> >>>> yeah, and i sing in the choir and Vlad is sitting in the congregation. >>>> >>>> and when algorithms are preached, Rev. Jacobson is in the pulpit. >>>> >>>> Amen, brothers. >>> >>> >>> Good words indeed from High Priest Bristow-Johnson. >> >> >> no, i just sing in the choir. > > "It has always been dangerous to call a despot as a despot. And today is > just as dangerous to call an idiot as idiot." >
and in 2001-2008, the nation's despot and idiot were one and the same. and the idiot/despot was dangerous in any sense. the despot is an idiot! the despot is an idiot! (a.k.a. "the king is a fink!") -- r b-j rbj@audioimagination.com "Imagination is more important than knowledge."