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Simulated annealing with dynamic perturbations: a methodology for optimization

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2 Author(s)
W. C. Jackson ; USAF, Los Angeles, CA, USA ; M. E. McDowell

The authors review the traditional simulated annealing algorithm, presenting physical analogies of the process and a formal statement of the algorithm, and propose a modification to the classical simulated annealing process through the use of dynamic perturbation functions. This modification is shown to yield a significant improvement in performance for the 50-city traveling salesman problem. The authors suggest a methodology for mapping aerospace problems into optimization problems to be solved by simulated annealing and demonstrate this methodology on three sample aerospace engineering problems: air traffic control, aircraft mission planning, and signal path switching.<>

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Aerospace Applications Conference, 1990. Digest., 1990 IEEE

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4-9 Feb. 1990