Application of Clonal Selection Algorithm and Its Variant for Solving Single Objective OPF Problems

  title={Application of Clonal Selection Algorithm and Its Variant for Solving Single Objective OPF Problems},
  author={Srinivasa G. Rao},
Many heuristic optimization techniques derived from evolutionary algorithms are stochastic search methods that mimic the natural biological evolution and/or social behavior of spices. Such algorithms have been developed to obtain near optimal solutions to large scale optimization problems, where in traditional methods may fail. With the development of computational intelligence in recent years, the area of artificial immune systems (AIS) greatly influencing the engineering applications. This… CONTINUE READING
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