Complex criteria for navigation equipment test table optimal design problem

Complex criteria for navigation equipment test table optimal design problem

V. M. Sineglazov, S. O. Dolgorukov



A multidisciplinary optimization is used for the navigation equipment test table design. The sixdiscipline level optimizations are driven by a top system level optimization which minimizes themanufacturing cost while at the same time coordinating the exchange of information and the interactionamong the discipline level optimizations


Multiobjective optimization; hierarchical systems; simulation table; genetic algorithm; neural network; coordination problem


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