Multiobjective optimization of the synchrotron radiation source Siberia-2 lattice using a genetic algorithm
Numerical simulation is one of the most efficient methods of investigating and optimizing nonlinear effects. However, simulating complex processes considering numerous nonlinear effects with the use of classical optimization methods is very difficult. This work deals with the application of a multiobjective genetic algorithm for the optimization of lattices of synchrotron radiation sources. This algorithm allows one to efficiently optimize both the linear and complex strongly nonlinear lattices of accelerators to obtain the required facility parameters.
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