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Particle Swarm Optimization info

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Marco Marchese
Marco Marchese 2018 年 12 月 27 日
コメント済み: Marco Marchese 2019 年 1 月 28 日
I am trying to find the values of 19 free variables from my data, using the psw optimization algorithm. I got interest in seeing the evolution of the 19 variables together with the minimization of the objective function, over the iterations. I then want to compare this againnst the genetic algorithm.
with the genetic algorithm I am able to to so, and get information (see code below), but with the psw I am no cabable of doing it. With the ga, I call this function from gaoptimset('PlotFcns',{@gaplotbestf, @gapop_func},...
Can you help me with this? Thank you a lot
function [state,options,optchanged] = gapop_func(options,state,flag)
persistent best r history_min history_max %h1
optchanged = false;
switch flag
case 'init'
best = state.Population;
case 'iter'
ibest = state.Best(end);
ibest = find(state.Score == ibest,1,'last');
bestx = state.Population(ibest,:);
best = [best; bestx];
case 'done'

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Alan Weiss
Alan Weiss 2018 年 12 月 28 日
The syntaxes for output functions differ between ga and particleswarm. For an example of a particleswarm output function, see this example. For the correct way to set options for particleswarm, see the same example (you must use optimoptions to set options).
Alan Weiss
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Alan Weiss
Alan Weiss 2019 年 1 月 3 日
Allow me to make one further observation. Generally, patternsearch is the most reliable and fastest-converging solver for nonsmooth problems. Please be sure to compare with it. And, if your problem is smooth, you should use fmincon instead. To search for a global solution using fmincon, try MultiStart. To search for a global solution using patternsearch, try uniformly distributed initial points:
x0 = lb + rand(size(lb)).*(ub - lb);
Good luck,
Alan Weiss
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Marco Marchese
Marco Marchese 2019 年 1 月 7 日
Thank you for the suggestion. The issue is that my function is quite complex and the computational time is very extended, thus I do not see much difference between G.A., PSO, Patternsearch. I have a non-smooth, non-linear function with a set of unknown values that i need to fit from experimental data.
Marco Marchese
Marco Marchese 2019 年 1 月 28 日
Apparently both patternsearch and PSO work out fine.
Is there a way I can extract confidence intervals from here? I would want to avoid to pass through nlingit,lsqcurvefit or lsqnonlin.

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