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Dynamic Soaring of Albatrosses Optimization Technique

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The concept of dynamic soaring by Albatrosses, a large seabird, can be used in optimization by flying long distances without using their muscles. This flight pattern, similar to riding a sidewinding rollercoaster, can fly up to 10,000 miles in a single journey and circumnavigate the earth in 46 days. Dynamic soaring consists of four phases: upward bend, upward climb, downward bend, and downward dive. Criteria for dynamic soaring include no wind, no waves, wave-slope soaring in swell without wind, and wind-shear soaring in wind without waves. Founding and Honorary Editor Innovate for Sustainability Subscribe to this blog Publish your book with EIS Publishers Instructor of Self Paced Course on Six-week course on Introduction to Remote Sensing and GIS Sponsored by Ashwagandha and Other Products for Enhancing Immunity.. Nutrilite(Use 13238584 as ABO ID) Procure Hydrology Themed T-Shirts from Innovate S Returns from commissions donated to NGOs after deducting the cost of honorarium and

Cat Swarm Optimization Techniques

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Techniques known as "Cat Swarm Optimisation" (CSO) are based on an optimisation algorithm inspired by nature and the collective behaviour of cats. CSO mimics the cooperation and communication among a group of cats to tackle complex optimisation issues. It is inspired by the hunting behaviour and social interactions of cats. These methods' capacity to efficiently explore broad search spaces and identify ideal answers has drawn a lot of attention in recent years.  The capacity of CSO approaches to manage high-dimensional and non-linear optimisation issues is one of its main benefits. Because of this, they can be used in a variety of industries and domains, including data mining, engineering, and finance. Furthermore, CSO algorithms are renowned for their resilience and capacity to function in unpredictable and noisy conditions.  Founding and Honorary Editor Innovate for Sustainability Subscribe to this blog Publish your book with EIS Publishers Instructor of Self Paced Co

Introduction to Invasive Weed Optimization Technniques

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The Invasive Weed Optimization Technique (IWOT) is a metaheuristic algorithm inspired by the invasive growth patterns of weeds in nature. This algorithm was first introduced by Mehrabian and Lucas in 2006 as a novel approach to solving complex optimization problems. IWOT aims to mimic the competitive and adaptive behavior of weeds, which allows them to efficiently colonize new areas and survive in harsh environments. By emulating this natural phenomenon, IWOT has proven to be highly effective in finding optimal solutions for a wide range of problems across various fields.  The origin of IWOT can be traced back to the study of biological systems and their ability to adapt and thrive in challenging conditions. The development of this technique involved extensive research and experimentation to understand the underlying principles of weed growth and apply them to optimization problems. Over time, IWOT has evolved and been refined through the integration of mathematical models and computat

Risk Minimization of Wetlands from Climatic Vulnerabilities by Firefly and Glowworm Optimization Techniques

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Definition and a brief explanation of the Fire Fly Algorithm The Fire Fly Algorithm (FFA) is a nature-inspired metaheuristic optimization algorithm that is based on the behavior of fireflies. It was first introduced by Xin-She Yang in 2008. Similar to other swarm intelligence algorithms, FFA imitates the collective behavior of fireflies to solve complex optimization problems. Fireflies communicate with each other through the emission of light, which is used to attract mates or find food sources. In FFA, this behavior is translated into a mathematical model where Overview of its applications in optimization problems FFA has been successfully applied to various optimization problems, including but not limited to, engineering design, image processing, data clustering, and economic modeling. It has shown promising results in finding optimal solutions for these problems by efficiently exploring the search space and exploiting the collective intelligence of the swarm. Additionally, FFA's

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Optimal Water Allocation in Thermal Power Plant with the help of Mine Bursting Algorithm and Glowworm Optimization Algorithm: How to achieve this objective?  Launching this today(19/10/2023) at 11 AM at YouTube : https://youtu.be/nBi16qrKmMY Founding and Honorary Editor Innovate for Sustainability Subscribe to this blog Publish your book with EIS Publishers Instructor of Self Paced Course on Six-week course on Introduction to Remote Sensing and GIS Sponsored by Ashwagandha and Other Products for Enhancing Immunity.. Nutrilite(Use 13238584 as ABO ID) Procure Hydrology Themed T-Shirts from Innovate S Returns from commissions donated to NGOs after deducting the cost of honorarium and maintenance.

Introduction to Genetic Algorithm

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Introduction to Artificial Neural Networks

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This video explains the concept of Artificial Neural Networks in a very simple way. "Artificial neural networks, usually simply called neural networks, are computing systems inspired by the biological neural networks that constitute animal brains. "(Wiki). This tutorial will help you learn the basic concept and how to apply ANN to solve simple problems with examples. This tutorial is a part of a course on " Introduction to Artificial Neural Networks "

A Simple Tutorial on Analytical Hierarchy Process

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An introduction to the most used multi-criteria decision-making method including example. The tutorial uses a graphical mode to explain the concept.  The Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) is a method for organizing and analyzing complex decisions, using math and psychology. It was developed by Thomas L. Saaty in the 1970s and has been refined since then.( Passage Technology ). See the entire video as given above. If you are interested to know more about the technique then click here Music Courtesy: https://pixabay.com/ If you want more such tutorial visit: http://www.baipatra.ws If you have a paper to publish then consider the journals here: http://energyinstyle.website/