Integer coefficients
• Hi.
Is it possible that Eureqa uses only "integer coefficients or integer parameters" in the final formula ?
Examples of final results:

y = x*factorial(7*x)
y = 88*x^2 +67*exp(22*x)
y = -653/(x - 43)
y = 3*x^2

and so on...
Thank you
Giovanni

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• Hi Giovanni,

If you want only integer constants in your solutions, try going to the 'Set Target' page, un-select the 'Constant' building block and select the 'Integer Constant' building block instead.

Regards,
Alison
• Ok, great !!!!!
Thank you!
Giovanni

PS.
Excuse me for the question.
• What is the highest "integer costant" that Eureqa can generate ?
Thank you
Giovanni

• Internally we use 32-bit integers -- so the maximum integer is 2^31-1

We use double precision floating point numbers to represent "real" (aka non-integer) constant values

Andrew
• Hi.
Very often, I unselect "Constant" in building blocks, to use only integer constants.
But in the solutions, decimal numbers appear...
Why?
Thank you
Giovanni

• Hi.

It seems that an integers is divided by another one.

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