Improving the shuffled complex evolution scheme for optimization of complex nonlinear hydrological systems : Application to the calibration of the Sacramento soil ‐ moisture accounting model

@inproceedings{Chu2010ImprovingTS,
  title={Improving the shuffled complex evolution scheme for optimization of complex nonlinear hydrological systems : Application to the calibration of the Sacramento soil ‐ moisture accounting model},
  author={Wei Hsuang Chu and Xiaogang Gao and Soroosh Sorooshian},
  year={2010}
}
[1] An innovative algorithm, shuffled complexes with principal components analysis (SP‐UCI), is developed to overcome a critical deficiency of the shuffled complex evolution scheme: population degeneration. Population degeneration means that, during the evolutionary search process, the population of search particles may degenerate into a subspace of the full parameter space, thereby missing the capacity of fully exploring the parameter space. Being confined in a subspace may even lead the… CONTINUE READING
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