ARTIFICIAL BEE COLONY OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHM WITH FLEXIBLE MANIPULATOR SYSTEM (FMS)
This paper presents the Artificial Bee Colony (ABC) optimization algorithm with application to flexible manipulator system (FMS). ABC optimization algorithm that proposed in the previous literature can generate thousands of solutions to find the best parameters in automatically to solve the optimization problems. In this paper, ABC algorithm is used to tune the parameters of the PID controller of FMS to obtain the best performance of hub angle in FMS with the used of different performance criteria. Several conditions are set to determine which performance criteria is most suitable to tune the PID controller to obtain the best FMS performance.
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