Inclination Errors Evaluation of Planar Lines with a Chaos Optimization
To improve inclination error evaluation of planar lines, chaos optimization is proposed to evaluate the minimum zone error in this paper. The evolutional optimum model and the calculation process are introduced. By using the properties of ergodicity, stochastic property, and “regularity” of chaos, the efficiency of chaos optimization algorithm (COA) is much higher than some stochastic algorithms such as simulated anneal algorithm (SAA) and genetic algorithm (GA) when COA is used to a kind of continuous problems. The chaos optimization algorithm can improve the efficiency of searching in the whole field by gradually shrinking the area of optimization variable. Finally, the control experiment results evaluated by different method such as the Least Square, Simplex search, Powell optimum methods and GA, indicate that the proposed method does provide better accuracy on inclination error evaluation.
Yi-Min Deng, Aibing Yu, Weihua Li and Di Zheng
K. Zhang and X. M. Cao, "Inclination Errors Evaluation of Planar Lines with a Chaos Optimization", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 37-38, pp. 525-528, 2010