A Hybrid Fuzzy Simplex Genetic Algorithm
This paper presents a novel hybrid genetic algorithm that has the ability of the genetic algorithms to avoid being trapped at local minimum while accelerating the speed of local search by using the fuzzy simplex algorithm. The new algorithm is labeled the hybrid fuzzy simplex genetic algorithm (HFSGA). Standard test problems are used to evaluate the efficiency of the algorithm. The algorithm is also applied successfully to several engineering design problems. The HFSGA generally results in a faster convergence toward extremum.
Design engineering; Engineering design; Fuzzy logic; Genetic algorithms; Memetics; Minimisation
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics | Computer-Aided Engineering and Design | Computer Sciences | Mechanical Engineering | Theory and Algorithms
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A Hybrid Fuzzy Simplex Genetic Algorithm Mohamed B. Trabia, J. Mech. Des. 126, 969 (2004), DOI:10.1115/1.1803852
A Hybrid Fuzzy Simplex Genetic Algorithm.
Journal of Mechanical Design, 126(6),