Documentation of initrp

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Function Synopsis

Chrom = initrp(Nind, VLUB);

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 INITialize an Real value Population

 This function creates a population of given size of random real values. 

 Syntax:  Chrom = initrp(Nind, VLUB);

 Input parameters:
    Nind      - A scalar containing the number of individuals in the new population.
    VLUB      - A matrix of size 2 by number of variables describing the
                boundaries of each variable. It has the following structure:
                [lower_bound;   (vector with lower bound for each veriable)
                 upper_bound]   (vector with upper bound for each veriable)
                [lower_bound_variable_1  lower_bound_var_2 ... lower_bound_var_Nvar;
                 upper_bound_variable_1  upper_bound_var_2 ... upper_bound_var_Nvar]
                example - each individuals consists of 4 variables:
                   VLUB = [-100 -50 -30 -20;   % lower bound
                            100  50  30  20]   % upper bound
 Output parameter:
    Chrom     - A matrix containing the random valued individuals of the
                new population of size Nind by number of variables.

 See also: initip, initbp, initpp, initpop

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