Neuer Beitrag auf dem "Organic Computing - Doctoral Dissertation Colloquium 2023"
Ein neuer Beitrag mit dem Titel "An Examination of Organic Computing Strategies in Design Optimization" von Jens Decke wurde auf dem "Organic Computing - Doctoral Dissertation Colloquium 2023" vorgestellt. Der Beitrag beinhaltet Folgendes:
In the field of design optimization, numerical equation solvers, commonly used for finite element analysis and computational fluid dy- namics, impose significant computational demands. The iterative nature of design optimization, involving numerous simulations, magnifies re- source requirements in terms of time, energy, costs, and greenhouse gas emissions. Accelerating this process has been a long-standing research challenge, driven by the potential for resource savings and the ability to tackle increasingly complex problems. Recently, organic computing methods have gained prominence as promising approaches to address this challenge. This study aims to bridge the gap by integrating tech- niques from deep learning, active learning, and generative learning into the field of design optimization. The goal is to accelerate the design op- timization process while addressing specific challenges such as exploring large and complex design spaces and evaluating the advantages and con- straints of these methods. This research has the potential to significantly impact the industrial use of design optimization by providing faster and more efficient tools.