cost_functionreturn a shape of
(n_particles,dimensions)? If this remedy doesn't work, I think @SioKCronin 's solution should. But try changing the output shape of your
Hi friends @SioKCronin and @whzup , just a heads up, I might lie-low for a while in PySwarms from July til August. I can still review code and do some patches or bugs, but may be passive in developing new features. I appreciate that @whzup , and some students in St. Thomas University are planning to contribute. Again, I'll still review PRs and answer Issues, so there's no problem with that.
I'll be moving to Tokyo this August for a research fellowship, and will go back to the Philippines by the end of September. Thanks to @SioKCronin for answering queries here in Gitter and to @whzup for actively thinking of solutions to stale issues and new features. Perhaps we can add you as collaborator after releasing v.0.3.0 if you're interested.
Hi friends! Thank you so much for all your support.
Goodluck and enjoy your well-deserved rest @SioKCronin ! I'm also happy to see your project going strong! It's nice to have a good ecosystem of swarm libraries!
No problem, @whzup . Just responding to issues and perhaps triaging PRs is already good. I'm happy that you are enjoying! Contribute and comment whenever you have time!
I'll respond to your issues and PRs next week, I'm getting swamped by logistics (moving out, filing documents, etc. etc.) right now. The good thing is that we have a lot of things on the pipeline and we'll just need to review, merge, and do releases.
Hi @whzup , I can add you as collaborator right now if you're interested. I believe you can triage the issues and projects, but cannot push directly to development or master (requires code review from one collaborator or owner).
I really appreciate you being proactive and I'm also sorry if I can't help out in actual development for the following weeks. Hopefully I can reply to your issues and PRs just like today.
There's no pressure here. We're not a very large project with sponsors or institutions pressuring us to deliver. So just dive-in whenever you have time, etc. I'm happy that we have people on the team to collaborate and bounce ideas with.
The docs for our dev branch seems to be failing with respect to the last merge commit. The error says:
Problem parsing YAML configuration. Invalid "requirements_file": path ./requirements_dev.txt does not exist
Which is weird, because we definitely have a
requirements_dev.txt file, and it was not changed during the latest commit. Anyway, I searched around and figured out that this could be related to a ReadTheDocs bug: rtfd/readthedocs.org#4378 (posted today, still no fix yet)
I am interested in using PySwarm for 2D geometric optimisation. All my variable are and need to be integers thus I would like to use the discrete method. However it seems that it does not handle bounds neither constraints on the variables as the continuous method does. Is it something you plan to add ?