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WSC
2008
9 years 2 months ago
Unifying simulation and optimization of strategic sourcing and transportation
Proposed and developed is a framework and an extensible library of simulation modeling components for strategic sourcing and transportation. The components include items, supplier...
Malak Al-Nory, Alexander Brodsky
CDC
2009
IEEE
126views Control Systems» more  CDC 2009»
9 years 3 months ago
An approach for the state estimation of Takagi-Sugeno models and application to sensor fault diagnosis
— In this paper, a new method to design an observer for nonlinear systems described by Takagi-Sugeno (TS) model, with unmeasurable premise variables, is proposed. Most of existin...
Dalil Ichalal, Benoît Marx, José Rago...
LPAR
2001
Springer
9 years 4 months ago
Permutation Problems and Channelling Constraints
When writing a constraint program, we have to decide what to make the decision variable, and how to represent the constraints on these variables. In many cases, there is considerab...
Toby Walsh
GECCO
2007
Springer
172views Optimization» more  GECCO 2007»
9 years 6 months ago
Real-coded ECGA for economic dispatch
In this paper, we propose a new approach that consists of the extended compact genetic algorithm (ECGA) and split-ondemand (SoD), an adaptive discretization technique, to economic...
Chao-Hong Chen, Ying-Ping Chen
CEC
2008
IEEE
9 years 6 months ago
A comparative study of the effect of parameter scalability in multi-objective metaheuristics
Abstract—Some real-world optimization problems have hundreds or even thousands of decision variables. However, the effect that the scalability of parameters has in modern multiob...
Juan José Durillo, Antonio J. Nebro, Carlos...
ICEIS
2009
IEEE
9 years 6 months ago
A Service Composition Framework for Decision Making under Uncertainty
Proposed and developed is a service composition framework for decision-making under uncertainty, which is applicable to stochastic optimization of supply chains. Also developed is ...
Malak Al-Nory, Alexander Brodsky, Hadon Nash
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