evolutionary algorithm


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evolutionary algorithm

n
(Computer Science) computing a computer program that is designed to evolve and improve in response to input
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This paper is developed an optimization design methodology for LEO satellite constellation based on a constrained multi-objective evolutionary algorithm. The main contributions are listed in the following:
Dai, Multi-objective optimization of an organic rankine cycle (orc) for low grade waste heat recovery using evolutionary algorithm, Energy Conversion and Management 71 (2013) 146-158.
An evolutionary algorithm is used for solving the problem.
Section 3 describes in brief four evolutionary algorithms. In Section 4, simulations results are discussed.
Coello Coello, "MRMOGA: A new parallel multi-objective evolutionary algorithm based on the use of multiple resolutions," Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, vol.
Lamont, "On measuring multi-objective evolutionary algorithm performance," in Proceedings of the 2000 Congress on Evolutionary Computation, pp.
So that, for the need of clustering, Evolutionary Algorithm (EA) is employed this is pointed by means of pKwikCluster algorithm [70].
Several optimization methods that combine preferences with multiobjective evolutionary algorithms have been proposed; see, for example, [4-19].
HYPE is a Hypervolume-based evolutionary algorithm for many-objective optimizations.
The TMED [15] is a kind of sequential experimental design inspired by evolutionary algorithms. In this algorithm, we first determine the number of data points we want to extract based on limitations such as cost and time (call this number M).
[2] performed two-objective and five-objective optimization using advanced evolutionary algorithms and particle swarm optimization, which resulted in numerous effective trade-offs between conflicting objectives, including seat acceleration, front tire velocity, rear tire velocity, relative displacement between sprung mass and front tire, and relative displacement between sprung mass and rear tire, for a five-degree-of-freedom vehicle vibration model.
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