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Minimum time dynamic optimization using double-layer optimization algorithm

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4 Author(s)
Guo Xuan ; Key Lab. of Adv. Control & Optimization for Chem. Processes, Shanghai, China ; Du Wenli ; Qi Rongbin ; Qian Feng

A double-layer optimization algorithm (DLOA) was proposed to solve the minimum time dynamic optimization problem. The first step of DLOA was to discrete time region and control region. The inner optimization is to construct optimal control problem with free final states. Differential evolution algorithm is used to find the optimal solution in given terminal time, then the optimization results was compared with the threshold set. In the outer, DLOA calculated the time range of next iteration according to the inner calculation. When applied to typical minimum time dynamic optimization problem, DLOA demonstrated a competitive optimal searching ability and more accurate optimization results. DLOA could solve the optimization problem with local optimum and applied to models without gradient information.

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Intelligent Control and Automation (WCICA), 2012 10th World Congress on

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6-8 July 2012

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