Chaos rejection and optimal dynamic response for boost converter using SPEA multi-objective optimization approach

  title={Chaos rejection and optimal dynamic response for boost converter using SPEA multi-objective optimization approach},
  author={S. M. R. Rafiei and Ahmadreza Amirahmadi and G. Griva},
  journal={2009 35th Annual Conference of IEEE Industrial Electronics},
In this paper, we aim at designing a simple but optimal PID controller for a Boost converter to gain a set of favorite characteristics that is a good transient as well as steady state responses and switching stability. That is done by means of a multi-objective optimization approach called Strength Pareto algorithm, which is based on Pareto Optimality concept used in Game theory literature. In the first scenario, start up regime of the converted is optimized. Settling time and overshoot are… 

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