Bio-inspired computational heuristics to study Lane–Emden systems arising in astrophysics model

Abstract

This study reports novel hybrid computational methods for the solutions of nonlinear singular Lane-Emden type differential equation arising in astrophysics models by exploiting the strength of unsupervised neural network models and stochastic optimization techniques. In the scheme the neural network, sub-part of large field called soft computing, is exploited for modelling of the equation in an unsupervised manner. The proposed approximated solutions of higher order ordinary differential equation are calculated with the weights of neural networks trained with genetic algorithm, and pattern search hybrid with sequential quadratic programming for rapid local convergence. The results of proposed solvers for solving the nonlinear singular systems are in good agreements with the standard solutions. Accuracy and convergence the design schemes are demonstrated by the results of statistical performance measures based on the sufficient large number of independent runs.

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@inproceedings{Ahmad2016BioinspiredCH, title={Bio-inspired computational heuristics to study Lane–Emden systems arising in astrophysics model}, author={Iftikhar Ahmad and Muhammad Asif Zahoor Raja and M. Bilal and Farooq Ashraf}, booktitle={SpringerPlus}, year={2016} }