GeneXproTools 4.0 ships with four different Sample
Runs for Function Finding: Arccotangent, Data
Mining, Production, and Analog
Circuit Design. To try any one of them, you just have to click
its link on the Welcome Screen of GeneXproTools.
The Acot(x) is a wellknown
mathematical function that you can use to learn your way around
GeneXproTools: try making a few runs, optimizing and simplifying a
model, check the generated code, see how well the models generalize
in the Results Panel, try
different fitness functions, different function sets, different
architectures, and so on.
The Data Mining sample run is a
highdimensional test problem that illustrates clearly how
GeneXproTools can deal quite outstandingly with noisy data. Even
though 15 out of 16 variables in this dataset are noise, you will
see that GeneXproTools has no problems finding a perfect solution to
this problem.
The Production sample run is a
realworld problem from Economics and the goal is to explain the Production as a function of Labor, Material, and Capital.
You will see that this is an easy problem for GeneXproTools and
exceptionally good models are obtained in virtually all runs.
The Analog Circuit Design
sample run is a challenging problem that illustrates how well
GeneXproTools approximates a function, finetuning it with greater
and greater precision. Here, the goal is to find the transfer function expressing the yield of an analog circuit in terms of three parameter tolerances. The training set, consisting of
n = 40 pairs of tolerances and their corresponding yields, was obtained from
n runs of Monte Carlo simulations.
