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VKI LS 2006-03, Introduction tooptimization and multidisciplinary design, ISBN 2-930389-65-6

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Introduction tooptimization and multidisciplinary design
March 6-10, 2006. J. Périaux & H. Deconinck
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Introduction

  • PIRONNEAU, O. - University of Paris VI, France
    Optimal shape design: formulation, theoretical foundations and results

Part I Evolutionary Algorithms

  • PERIAUX, J.1; GONZALEZ, L.F.2; WHITNEY, E.J.2; SRINIVAS, K. 2 - 1CIMNE/UPC, Spain & INRIA Sophia OPALE Project Associate & 2The University of Sydney, Australia
    MOO methods for multidisciplinary design using parallel evolutionary algorithms, game theory and hierarchical topology:
    I: Theoretical background
    II: Numerical aspects and implementation of model test cases
    III: Practical application to the design and optimisation of UAV systems
  • RAI, M.M. - NASA Ames Research Center, USA
    Single- and multiple-objective optimization with differential evolution and neural networks
    Towards robust designs via multiple-objective optimization methods
  • GIANNAKOGLOU, K.C. & KARAKASIS, M.K. - National Technical University of Athens, Greece
    Hierarchical and distributed metamodel-assisted evolutionary algorithms
  • PEDIRODA, V. & POLONI, C. - Università di Trieste, Italy
    Robust design, approximation methods and self organizing map techniques for MDO problems

Part II Gradient Based Algorithms

  • VASSBERG, J.C. & JAMESON, A. - The Boeing Company & Stanford University, CA, USA
    Aerodynamic Shape Optimization : Theoretical Background (I/II)
  • GAUGER, N.R. - DLR & Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
    Adjoint approaches in aerodynamic shape optimization and MDO context
  • DESIDERI, J.-A. & DERVIEUX, A. - INRIA, France  
    Hierarchical methods for shape optimization in aerodynamics
    I: Multilevel algorithms for parametric shape optimization
    II: Additive methods in aerodynamics
  • GIANNAKOGLOU, K.C. & PAPADIMITRIOU, D.I. - National Technical University of Athens, Greece
    Formulation and application of the continuous adjoint method in aerodynamics and turbomachinery

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