Shuffled Frog Leaping Applied to Optimal Deployment of Radar Network
In order to achieve the optimal detection performance with the limited radar resources in the given defense area, the reasonable and effective deployment of radar netting is needed. According to the degree of importance of the detection region and the setting of the appropriate weighting coefficients of each of coverage, a mathematical model is established at the beginning. And then, on the base ofthe shuffled frog leaping algorithm (SFLA) principle, the solving process ofthe SFLA for this optimization problem is discussed in detail and the SFLA to expedite the solving velocity is presented. Finally, by analyzing an example and comparing the resultswith that of the ant colony algorithm (ACA), it comes to a conclusion that several network schemes can be obtained much more quickly in this way with better operability.
Y. J. Cui et al., "Shuffled Frog Leaping Applied to Optimal Deployment of Radar Network", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 624, pp. 512-515, 2014