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Simple example of PSO algorithm 1.0
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Simple example of PSO algorithm 1.0
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License: Shareware
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Simple example of PSO algorithm 1.0 Description
Description: It finds the minimum of a n variables function with the Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm.

% The input parameters are:
% -func: it's the objective function's handle to minimize
% -numInd: it's the number of the swarm's elements
% -range: it's the range in which the elements must be created
% -n_var: it's the number of function's variables
% -tolerance: it's the tolerance for the stop criterion on the swarm's
% radius
% -numIter: it's the max iterations' number
% -pesoStoc: it's the swarm's movability
%
% The output parameters are:
% -p_min: the minimum point find
% -f_min: the minimum value of the function
% -iter: the number of iterations processed

License: Shareware

Related: Radius, numiter, iterations, criterion, tolerance, created, var, pesostoc, movability

O/S:BSD, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X

File Size: 10.0 KB

Downloads: 565



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