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Development of the new meta-heuristic optimization algorithm inspired by a vision correction procedure: Vision Correction Algorithm
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Development of the new meta-heuristic optimization algorithm inspired by a vision correction procedure: Vision Correction Algorithm
Lee, Eui Hoon; Yoo, Do Guen; Choi, Young Hwan; Kim, Joong Hoon;
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 Abstract
In this study, a new meta-heuristic optimization algorithm, Vision Correction Algorithm (VCA), designed according to the optical properties of glasses was developed. The VCA is a technique applying optometry and vision correction procedure to optimization algorithm through the process of myopic/hyperopic correction-brightness adjustment-compression enforcement-astigmatism adjustment. The proposed VCA unlike the conventional meta-heuristic algorithm is an automatically adjusting global/local search rate and global search direction based on accumulated optimization results. The proposed algorithm was applied to the representative optimization problem (mathematical and engineering problem) and results of the application are compared with that of the present algorithms.
 Keywords
Vision correction;Optimization;Algorithm;Meta-heuristic;
 Language
Korean
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