Evidence-Based Multidisciplinary Design Optimization with the Active Global Kriging Model

Complexity 2019:1-13 (2019)

This article presents an approach that combines the active global Kriging method and multidisciplinary strategy to investigate the problem of evidence-based multidisciplinary design optimization. The global Kriging model is constructed by introducing a so-called learning function and using actively selected samples in the entire optimization space. With the Kriging model, the plausibility, Pl, of failure is obtained with evidence theory. The multidisciplinary feasible and collaborative optimization strategies of multidisciplinary design optimization are combined with the evidence-based reliability analysis. Numerical examples are provided to illustrate the efficiency and accuracy of the proposed method. The numerical results show that the proposed algorithm is effective and valuable, which is valuable in engineering application.
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