Visualization Approaches for the Prototype Improvement Problem
Anil, Kivanc Ali
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One of the basic engineering optimization problems is improvement of the prototype. This problem is often encountered by industrial and academic organizations that produce and design various objects (e.g. motor vehicles, machine tools, ships, and aircrafts). This paper presents an approach for improving the prototype by constructing the feasible and Pareto sets while performing multicriteria analysis. We introduce visualization methods that facilitate construction of the feasible and Pareto sets. Using these techniques developed on the basis of Parameter Space Investigation method, an expert can correctly state and solve the problem under consideration in a series of dialogues with the computer. Finally, we present a case study of improving the ship prototype.
The article of record as published may be located at http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/mcda.424
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