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ljvmiranda921/gym-lattice: Minor Release (v0.1.1)

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<dc:creator>Lj Miranda</dc:creator>
<dc:date>2018-04-18</dc:date>
<dc:description>Minor Release (v0.1.1)
This is a minor release of gym-lattice, an HP 2D-Lattice environment with a Gym-like API for the protein folding problem. This release focuses on fixing the compute_free_energy() function and improving the documentation in the README.
Fixing the compute_free_energy() function
As it turns out, the previous implementation of the free energy computation includes the adjacent H-H pairs even if they are neighbors in the sequence. The standard computation should not include that. This release fixes the problem and updated the expected values during testing.
Instead of manually building assets in a graphical software, all images are now created using LaTeX. We use the standalone package to generate PNG files from our TeX files. This gives a cleaner version of our images, and hopefully a better representation of our problem space.</dc:description>
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