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Shenfield, Alex; Fleming, Peter (2011)
Publisher: International Federation of Automatic Control
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
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The emerging paradigm of grid computing provides a powerful platform for the solution of complex and computationally expensive problems. An example of this is the multi-objective evolutionary design of robust controllers, where each candidate controller design has to be synthesised and the resulting performance of the compensated system evaluated by computer simulation. This paper introduces a grid-enabled framework for the multi-objective optimisation of computationally expensive problems, before using the framework in the multi-objective evolutionary design of a robust lateral stability controller for a real-world aircraft using H-infinity loop shaping.
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