Differential evolution algorithm of solving an inverse problem for the spatial Solow mathematical model

  title={Differential evolution algorithm of solving an inverse problem for the spatial Solow mathematical model},
  author={Sergey Igorevich Kabanikhin and O. I. Krivorotko and Zh. M. Bektemessov and Maktagali Bektemessov and Shuhua Zhang},
  journal={Journal of Inverse and Ill-posed Problems},
  pages={761 - 774}
Abstract The differential evolution algorithm is applied to solve the optimization problem to reconstruct the production function (inverse problem) for the spatial Solow mathematical model using additional measurements of the gross domestic product for the fixed points. Since the inverse problem is ill-posed the regularized differential evolution is applied. For getting the optimized solution of the inverse problem the differential evolution algorithm is paralleled to 32 kernels. Numerical… Expand

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