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Bahrudin Hrnjica holds a PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering from University in Bihać. Currently he is  Assistant Professor at the University.

Beside teaching, he is in software industry for many (15+) years, focusing on Microsoft development technologies e.g. .NET, .NET Core and Visual Studio developing Mobile/Desktop/Web/Cloud solutions. Check his company blog page.

He is author of the open source project GPdotNET – artificial intelligence tool for modelling, optimization and prediction by using GP, GA and ANN. Check his open source projects at  GitHub.

He is speaker at domestic and regional Microsoft and User group meetings and conferences. Microsoft recognized him as an MVP in Visual Studio and Development Technologies first time in 2011.

  1. Hi,
    It is really helpful tool ! Please, how can I add new fitness function to be applied by this tool.
    Thanks in advance.


  2. Hi Wiss,
    thanks for using GPdotNET.

    In fact implementation of new type of fitness is very easy. Just derive new Fitness class from IFitnessFunction interface. Implement Evaluate method.

    But this is not enough. You have to integrate it in to GPdotNET GUI Tool. This is little complicated.
    If you like I can integrate the fitness in to GUI Tool, you need just to implement the fitness as I have descried above.

    • Hi,
      I am sincerely thankful for your help.
      The problem is, I have tried to implement my fitness function which are [ ( Absolute error) and ( sum square error)], but unfortunately I couldn’t because it is new for me. I do appreciate if you can help me with this issue.

      Thanks in advance for your help.


  3. Thanks you for sharing this great great work.

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