Complexity 2020:1-11 (2020)

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The stochastic resonance system has the advantage of making the noise energy transfer to the signal energy. Because the existing stochastic resonance system model has the problem of poor performance, an asymmetric piecewise linear stochastic resonance system model is proposed, and the parameters of the model are optimized by a genetic algorithm. The signal-to-noise ratio formula of the model is derived and analyzed, and the theoretical basis for better performance of the model is given. The influence of the asymmetric coefficient on system performance is studied, which provides guidance for the selection of initial optimization range when a genetic algorithm is used. At the same time, the formula is verified and analyzed by numerical simulation, and the correctness of the formula is proved. Finally, the model is applied to bearing fault detection, and an adaptive genetic algorithm is used to optimize the parameters of the system. The results show that the model has an excellent detection effect, which proves that the model has great potential in fault detection.
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DOI 10.1155/2020/8817814
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