Designs often require that components come from a list of available sizes. In this example, we show how the Genetic Algorithm can be used to find values for the Resistors and Thermistors in a circuit that meet our design criteria. The example uses optimization techniques to minimize the difference between a desired response curve and the curve generated from a simulation of the circuit. Because Resistors and Thermistors are only available in standard sizes, this becomes an interger-constrained problem as our design variables are limited to these standard sizes.
Thank you for the video, very good example, I am trying to implement a GA solver for a black-box simulator. I will appreciate if you can guide with more content.
Wow, never look at solving circuits this is before. Most of the time engineering pick components that match somewhat to the desired curve. very nice
thanks for sharing the file. and is this maxima fun or minima func ..
Very Useful! Thank you!
can this be implemented with global optimization tool box ?
how can i implement it to an 4th order butterworth filter please help me
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