In general redundancy allocation problems the redundancy strategy for each subsystem is predetermined. Tavakkoli- Moghaddam presented a series-parallel redundancy allocation problem with mixing components (RAPMC) in which the redundancy strategy can be chosen for individual subsystems. In this paper, we present a bi-objective redundancy allocation when the redundancy strategies for subsystems are considered as a variable of the problem. As the problem belongs to the NP-hard class problems, we will present a new approach for the non-dominated sorting genetic algorithm (NSGAII) and Memtic algorithm (MA) with each one to solve the multi-objective model.

A Memtic genetic algorithm for a redundancy allocation problem / EbrahimNezhad Moghadam Rashti, Mehdi; Maleki Vishkaei, Behzad; Esmaeilpour, R. - 2:2(2012), pp. 49-57.

A Memtic genetic algorithm for a redundancy allocation problem

Behzad Maleki Vishkaei;
2012

Abstract

In general redundancy allocation problems the redundancy strategy for each subsystem is predetermined. Tavakkoli- Moghaddam presented a series-parallel redundancy allocation problem with mixing components (RAPMC) in which the redundancy strategy can be chosen for individual subsystems. In this paper, we present a bi-objective redundancy allocation when the redundancy strategies for subsystems are considered as a variable of the problem. As the problem belongs to the NP-hard class problems, we will present a new approach for the non-dominated sorting genetic algorithm (NSGAII) and Memtic algorithm (MA) with each one to solve the multi-objective model.
2012
Redundancy Allocation Problems, Series-Parallel Problems, Redundancy Strategies, Non Dominated Sorting Genetic Algorithms (NSGAII), Memtic Algorithms
A Memtic genetic algorithm for a redundancy allocation problem / EbrahimNezhad Moghadam Rashti, Mehdi; Maleki Vishkaei, Behzad; Esmaeilpour, R. - 2:2(2012), pp. 49-57.
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