Javier Apolloni

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In this work we evaluate a Particle Swarm Optimizer hybridized with Differential Evolution and apply it to the Black-Box Optimization Benchmarking for noisy functions (BBOB 2009). We have performed the complete procedure established in this special session dealing with noisy functions with dimension: 2, 3, 5, 10, 20, and 40 variables. Our proposal obtained(More)
In this work we evaluate a Particle Swarm Optimizer hybridized with Differential Evolution and apply it to the Black-Box Optimization Benchmarking for noiseless functions (BBOB 2009). We have performed the complete procedure established in this special session dealing with noiseless functions with dimension: 2, 3, 5, 10, 20, and 40 variables. Our proposal(More)
Los algoritmos de optimización basados en Cúmulos de Partículas (Particle Swarm Optimization-PSO) [1] y Evolución Diferencial (Differential Evolution-DE) [2] sup i ] (1 ≤ i ≤ D). Porúltimo, x inf i , x sup i ∈ R corresponden a los límites inferior (inf) y superior (sup) del dominio de la variable, respectivamente. En este trabajo estamos interesados en(More)
This paper presents a new distributed Differential Evolution (dDE) algorithm and provides an exhaustive evaluation of it by using two standard benchmarks. One of them was proposed in the special session of Real-Parameter Optimization of CEC'05, and the other was proposed in the special session of Large Scale Global Optimization of CEC'08. We statistically(More)
One of the most challenging aspects of the control theory is the design and implementation of controllers that can deal with changing environments, i. e., non stationary systems. Quite good progress has been made on this area by using different kind of models: neural networks, fuzzy systems, evolutionary algorithms, etc. Our approach consists in the use of(More)
The growing number of control models based on combinations of neural networks, fuzzy systems and evolutionary algorithms shows that they represent a flexible and powerful approach. However, most of these models assume that there is enough CPU power for the evolutionary and learning algorithms, which in a large number of cases is an unrealistic assumption.(More)
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