Thank you for your interest in this research. We are investigating the effect of an evolution rejection strategy on the performance of interactive genetic algorithms.
The aim is to evolve a colour that matches the target colour as closely as possible using human interaction. This is done by selecting the closest colour match from a swatch of nine candidate colours. The algorithm will then create a new swatch of colours from which the best match to the target must once again be selected. Additionally, at each stage you can guide the process more effectively by rejecting colours that are poor matches to the target colour. This works best if you only reject a few dissimilar colours to the target. When you feel that you have achieved a good colour match and no more improvement can be made, select the best match from the current colour swatch and then click finish.
Friday, June 29, 2007
A friend of mine is working on a project. And needs people to do an online survey here. Here is some details on it. Needs Java 1.6