Multi-objective Genetic Algorithm for System Identification and Controller Optimization of Automated Guided Vehicle

@inproceedings{Xing2011MultiobjectiveGA,
  title={Multi-objective Genetic Algorithm for System Identification and Controller Optimization of Automated Guided Vehicle},
  author={WU Xing and LOU Peihuang and TANG Dunbing},
  year={2011}
}
  • WU Xing, LOU Peihuang, TANG Dunbing
  • Published 2011
This paper presents a multi-objective genetic algorithm (MOGA) with Pareto optimality and elitist tactics for the control system design of automated guided vehicle (AGV). The MOGA is used to identify AGV driving system model and optimize its servo control system sequentially. In system identification, the model identified by least square method is adopted as an evolution tutor who selects the individuals having balanced performances in all objectives as elitists. In controller optimization, the… CONTINUE READING
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