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Particle Swarm Optimization for Redundancy Allocation of Multi-level System considering Alternative Units

대안 부품을 고려한 다계층 시스템의 중복 할당을 위한 입자 군집 최적화

  • Chung, Il Han (Department of Safety & Industrial Management Engineering, Ulsan college)
  • 정일한 (울산과학대학교 안전및산업경영공학과)
  • Received : 2019.08.29
  • Accepted : 2019.10.04
  • Published : 2019.12.31

Abstract

Purpose: The problem of optimizing redundancy allocation in multi-level systems is considered when each item in a multi-level system has alternative items with the same function. The number of redundancy of multi-level system is allocated to maximize the reliability of the system under path set and cost limitation constraints. Methods: Based on cost limitation and path set constraints, a mathematical model is established to maximize system reliability. Particle swarm optimization is employed for redundant allocation and verified by numerical experiments. Results: Comparing the particle swarm optimization method and the memetic algorithm for the 3 and 4 level systems, the particle swarm optimization method showed better performance for solution quality and search time. Particularly, the particle swarm optimization showed much less than the memetic algorithm for variation of results. Conclusion: The proposed particle swarm optimization considerably shortens the time to search for a feasible solution in MRAP with path set constraints. PS optimization is expected to reduce search time and propose the better solution for various problems related to MRAP.

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