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Artificial Intelligence and Evolutionary Algorithms-Based Optimization

  • Mohammad Fathi
  • Hassan Bevrani
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Abstract

Recently, applications of artificial intelligence (AI) techniques and evolutionary algorithms (EA) have received increasing attention in engineering optimization problems. Numerous research works indicate the applicability of these approaches on the optimization issues. While many of these approaches are still under investigation, due to significant advances in metering, computing, and communication technologies, there already exist a number of practical optimization across the engineering world. The present chapter explains the power of AI methodologies and EAs in engineering optimization problems. The basics of some AI and EA techniques are described, and the state of the art of these optimization methodologies in engineering applications is presented. In particular, the application structures of artificial neural networks, particle swarm optimization, and genetic algorithm in engineering optimization problems are explained. Given optimization approaches are supplemented by several examples.

Keywords

Artificial intelligence Evolutionary algorithm Artificial neural network Particle swarm optimization Genetic algorithm Search methods Gradient-based optimization Multi-objective optimization Pareto-optimal solution Fitness function Learning algorithm Backpropagation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mohammad Fathi
    • 1
  • Hassan Bevrani
    • 1
  1. 1.University of KurdistanKurdistanIran

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