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2022 ◽  
Vol 2 (1) ◽  
pp. 1-29
Sukrit Mittal ◽  
Dhish Kumar Saxena ◽  
Kalyanmoy Deb ◽  
Erik D. Goodman

Learning effective problem information from already explored search space in an optimization run, and utilizing it to improve the convergence of subsequent solutions, have represented important directions in Evolutionary Multi-objective Optimization (EMO) research. In this article, a machine learning (ML)-assisted approach is proposed that: (a) maps the solutions from earlier generations of an EMO run to the current non-dominated solutions in the decision space ; (b) learns the salient patterns in the mapping using an ML method, here an artificial neural network (ANN); and (c) uses the learned ML model to advance some of the subsequent offspring solutions in an adaptive manner. Such a multi-pronged approach, quite different from the popular surrogate-modeling methods, leads to what is here referred to as the Innovized Progress (IP) operator. On several test and engineering problems involving two and three objectives, with and without constraints, it is shown that an EMO algorithm assisted by the IP operator offers faster convergence behavior, compared to its base version independent of the IP operator. The results are encouraging, pave a new path for the performance improvement of EMO algorithms, and set the motivation for further exploration on more challenging problems.

Mohammad S. Khrisat ◽  
Ziad A. Alqadi

<span>Multiple linear regressions are an important tool used to find the relationship between a set of variables used in various scientific experiments. In this article we are going to introduce a simple method of solving a multiple rectilinear regressions (MLR) problem that uses an artificial neural network to find the accurate and expected output from MLR problem. Different artificial neural network (ANN) types with different architecture will be tested, the error between the target outputs and the calculated ANN outputs will be investigated. A recommendation of using a certain type of ANN based on the experimental results will be raised.</span>

2022 ◽  
Vol 11 (02) ◽  
pp. 41-44
Hamed Nazerian ◽  
Adel Shirazy ◽  
Aref Shirazi ◽  
Ardeshir Hezarkhani

Artificial neural network (ANN) is one of the practical methods for prediction in various sciences. In this study, which was carried out on Glass and Crystal Factory in Isfahan, the amount of silica purification used in industry has been investigated according to its analyses. In this discussion, according to the artificial neural network algorithm back propagation neural network (BPNN), the amount of silica (SiO2) was predicted according to rock main oxides in chemical analysis. These studies can be used as a criterion for estimating the purity for use in the factory due to the high accuracy obtained.

Kiran M.Mane ◽  
S.P. Chavan ◽  
S.A. Salokhe ◽  
P.A. Nadgouda ◽  

Large amounts of natural fine aggregate (NFA) and cement are used in building, which has major environmental consequences. This view of industrial waste can be used in part as an alternative to cement and part of the sand produced by the crusher as fine aggregate, similar to slag sand (GGBFS), fly ash, metacaolin, and silica fume. Many times, there are issues with the fresh characteristics of concrete when using alternative materials. The ANN tool is used in this paper to develop a Matlab software model that collapses concrete made with pozzolanic material and partially replaces natural fine aggregate (NFA) with manufactured sand (MS). Predict. The slump test was carried out in reference with I.S11991959, and the findings were used to create the artificial neural network (ANN) model. To mimic the formation, a total of 131 outcome values are employed, with 20% being used for model testing and 80% being used for model training. 25 enter the material properties to determine the concrete slump achieved by partially substituting pozzolan for cement and artificial sand (MS) for natural fine aggregate (NFA). According to studies, the workability of concrete is critically harmed as the amount of artificial sand replacing natural sand grows. The ANN model's results are extremely accurate, and they can forecast the slump of concrete prepared by partly substituting natural fine aggregate (NFA) and artificial sand (MS) with pozzolan.

10.29007/4sdt ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vu Khanh Phat Ong ◽  
Quang Khanh Do ◽  
Thang Nguyen ◽  
Hoang Long Vo ◽  
Ngoc Anh Thy Nguyen ◽  

The rate of penetration (ROP) is an important parameter that affects the success of a drilling operation. In this paper, the research approach is based on different artificial neural network (ANN) models to predict ROP for oil and gas wells in Nam Con Son basin. The first is the process of collecting and evaluating drilling parameters as input data of the model. Next is to find the network model capable of predicting ROP most accurately. After that, the study will evaluate the number of input parameters of the network model. The ROP prediction results obtained from different ANN models are also compared with traditional models such as the Bingham model, Bourgoyne &amp; Young model. These results have shown the competitiveness of the ANN model and its high applicability to actual drilling operations.

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