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Using memetic algorithms with guided local search to solve assembly sequence planning

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Using memetic algorithms with guided local search to solve assembly sequence planning
The goal of assembly planning consists in generating feasible sequences to assemble a product and selecting an efficient assembly sequence from which related constraint factors such as geometric features, assembly time, tools, and machines are considered to arrange a feasible assembly sequence based on planner’s individual heuristics. Suchlike planning may implement genetic algorithms to go towards the assembly sequence features of speed and flexibility. As regards the large constraint assembly problems, however, traditional genetic algorithms will generate a great deal of infeasible solutions in the evolution process which results in inefficiency of the solution-searching process. Guided genetic algorithms proposed by Tseng, then, got over the restrictions of traditional GAs by means of a new evolution procedure. However, Guided-GAs dealt with the assembly sequence problem in the feasible solution range simply. They were consequently inclined to lapse into the local optimal situat...
Hwai-En Tseng, Wen-Pai Wang, Hsun-Yi Shih
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where ESWA
Authors Hwai-En Tseng, Wen-Pai Wang, Hsun-Yi Shih
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