Juan Ignacio Jaen

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Viewpoint modeling is an effective technique for specifying complex software systems in terms of a set of independent viewpoints and correspondences between them. Each viewpoint focuses on a particular aspect of the system, abstracting away from the rest of the concerns. Correspondences specify the relationships between the elements in different views,(More)
This paper presents VisualJCLEC, a visual framework based on JCLEC for Evolutionary Computing. In order to have a high degree of adaptability, the architecture and pattern design followed are focused on enhancing the flexibility and scalability. For illustrative purposes, a case study of an optimization classical problem (the knapsack problem) using this(More)
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