A global differential evolution algorithm applied to chaotic synchronization based on PID control

Zou, D, Geo, L and Li, S 2014, 'A global differential evolution algorithm applied to chaotic synchronization based on PID control', ICIC Express Letters, vol. 8, no. 10, pp. 2745-2750.


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Title A global differential evolution algorithm applied to chaotic synchronization based on PID control
Author(s) Zou, D
Geo, L
Li, S
Year 2014
Journal name ICIC Express Letters
Volume number 8
Issue number 10
Start page 2745
End page 2750
Total pages 6
Publisher ICIC International
Abstract In this paper a global differential evolution algorithm (GDE) is implement- ed to solve chaotic synchronization problem based on PID control. The performance of the GDE is enhanced in two important ways. First, the mutation strategy name- ly DE/best/1/bin is modified according to the 100q% best solution vectors, which can provide more promising searching areas. Second, M different values will be randomly assigned to M scale factors if there are less than 20%M improved candidate solutions, which is beneficial for reinforcing the exploiting and exploring capacities of the GDE. Moreover, the adjusting method of crossover rates is the same as that of scale factors. Three algorithms are applied to four instances with different scales, and the obtained op- timization results demonstrate the superiority of the GDE over the other two algorithms in solving chaotic synchronization problem.
Subject Optimisation
Keyword(s) Chaotic synchronization
Crossover rate
Global differential evolution
Mutation
PID control
Scale factor
ISSN 1881-803X
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