Application of Object-Oriented Simulation in Evolutionary Algorithms
In paper two-level genetic and ant algorithms are proposed to optimize the functioning of the automated technological machining complex. For suggested genetic and unt algorithms it is designed the object-oriented simulation model, which allows to calculate the fitness function and evaluate potential solutions. The problem-oriented crossover, mutation and reproduction operators for two-level genetic algorithm are developed. The transition and calculation of the concentration for synthetic pheromone rules are determined for suggested ant algorithms.
KeywordsGenetic algorithms Ant colony optimization Object-oriented simulation model Production schedule
The research is supported by the Russian Science Foundation (project № 16-19-00199).
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