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Randa Jalaa Yahya ◽  
Nizar Hadi Abbas

A newly hybrid nature-inspired algorithm called HSSGWOA is presented with the combination of the salp swarm algorithm (SSA) and grey wolf optimizer (GWO). The major idea is to combine the salp swarm algorithm's exploitation ability with the grey wolf optimizer's exploration ability to generate both variants' strength. The proposed algorithm uses to tune the parameters of the integral sliding mode controller (ISMC) that design to improve the dynamic performance of the two-link flexible joint manipulator. The efficiency and the capability of the proposed hybrid algorithm are evaluated based on the selected test functions. It is clear that when compared to other algorithms like SSA, GWO, differential evolution (DE), gravitational search algorithm (GSA), particles swarm optimization (PSO), and whale optimization algorithm (WOA). The ISMC parameters were tuned using the SSA, which was then compared to the HSSGWOA algorithm. The simulation results show the capabilities of the proposed algorithm, which gives an enhancement percentage of 57.46% compared to the standard algorithm for one of the links, and 55.86% for the other.

Ali Iqbal Abbas ◽  
Afaneen Anwer

The aim of this work is to solve the unit commitment (UC) problem in power systems by calculating minimum production cost for the power generation and finding the best distribution of the generation among the units (units scheduling) using binary grey wolf optimizer based on particle swarm optimization (BGWOPSO) algorithm. The minimum production cost calculating is based on using the quadratic programming method and represents the global solution that must be arriving by the BGWOPSO algorithm then appearing units status (on or off). The suggested method was applied on “39 bus IEEE test systems”, the simulation results show the effectiveness of the suggested method over other algorithms in terms of minimizing of production cost and suggesting excellent scheduling of units.

Kazem Meidani ◽  
AmirPouya Hemmasian ◽  
Seyedali Mirjalili ◽  
Amir Barati Farimani

Electronics ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 11 (2) ◽  
pp. 177
Mateusz Zychlewicz ◽  
Radoslaw Stanislawski ◽  
Marcin Kaminski

In this paper, an adaptive speed controller of the electrical drive is presented. The main part of the control structure is based on the Recurrent Wavelet Neural Network (RWNN). The mechanical part of the plant is considered as an elastic connection of two DC machines. Oscillation damping and robustness against parameter changes are achieved using network parameters updates (online). Moreover, the various combinations of the feedbacks from the state variables are considered. The initial weights of the neural network and the additional gains are tuned using a modified version of the Grey Wolf Optimizer. Convergence of the calculation is forced using a new definition. For theoretical analysis, numerical tests are presented. Then, the RWNN is implemented in a dSPACE card. Finally, the simulation results are verified experimentally.

2022 ◽  
pp. 1-9
Mohamed Arezki Mellal

The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in various domains has drastically increased during the last decade. Nature-inspired computing is a strong computing approach that belongs to AI and covers a wide range of techniques. It has successfully tackled many complex problems and outperformed several classical techniques. This chapter provides the original ideas behind some nature-inspired computing techniques and their applications, such as the genetic algorithms, particle swarm optimization, grey wolf optimizer, ant colony optimization, plant propagation algorithm, cuckoo optimization algorithm, and artificial neural networks.

2022 ◽  
pp. 508-541
Vibha Verma ◽  
Neha Neha ◽  
Anu G. Aggarwal

This chapter presents the application of grey wolf optimizer in software release planning considering warranty based on the proposed mathematical model that measures reliability growth of software systems. Hence, optimal release and warranty time is determined while minimizing the overall software development cost. The software cost model is based on failure phenomenon modelled by incorporating fault removal efficiency, fault reduction factor, and error generation. The model has been validated on the fault dataset of ERP systems. Sensitivity analysis has been carried out to study the discrete changes in the cost parameter due to changes in optimal solution. The work significantly contributes to the literature by fulfilling gaps of reliability growth models, release problems considering warranty, and efficient ways for solving optimization problems. Further, the grey wolf optimizer result has been compared with genetic algorithm and particle swarm optimization techniques.

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