Detail publikace

Multi-objective Synthesis of Antennas from Special and Conventional Materials

Originální název

Multi-objective Synthesis of Antennas from Special and Conventional Materials

Anglický název

Multi-objective Synthesis of Antennas from Special and Conventional Materials

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

In the paper, we try to provide a comprehensive look on a multi-objective design of radiating, guiding and reflecting structures fabricated both from special materials (semiconductors, high-impedance surfaces) and conven-tional ones (microwave substrates, fully metallic antennas). Discussions are devoted to the proper selection of the numerical solver used for evaluating partial objectives, to the selection of the domain of analysis, to the proper formulation of the multi-objective function and to the way of computing the Pareto front of optimal solutions (here, we exploit swarm-intelligence algorithms, evolutionary methods and self-organizing migrating algorithms). The above-described approaches are applied to the design of selected types of microwave antennas, transmission lines and reflectors. Considering obtained results, the paper is concluded by generalizing remarks.

Anglický abstrakt

In the paper, we try to provide a comprehensive look on a multi-objective design of radiating, guiding and reflecting structures fabricated both from special materials (semiconductors, high-impedance surfaces) and conven-tional ones (microwave substrates, fully metallic antennas). Discussions are devoted to the proper selection of the numerical solver used for evaluating partial objectives, to the selection of the domain of analysis, to the proper formulation of the multi-objective function and to the way of computing the Pareto front of optimal solutions (here, we exploit swarm-intelligence algorithms, evolutionary methods and self-organizing migrating algorithms). The above-described approaches are applied to the design of selected types of microwave antennas, transmission lines and reflectors. Considering obtained results, the paper is concluded by generalizing remarks.

BibTex


@article{BUT74801,
  author="Zbyněk {Raida} and Petr {Kadlec} and Peter {Kovács} and Jaroslav {Láčík} and Zbyněk {Lukeš} and Michal {Pokorný} and Petr {Všetula} and David {Wolanský}",
  title="Multi-objective Synthesis of Antennas from Special and Conventional Materials",
  annote="In the paper, we try to provide a comprehensive look on a multi-objective design of radiating, guiding and reflecting structures fabricated both from special materials (semiconductors, high-impedance surfaces) and conven-tional ones (microwave substrates, fully metallic antennas). Discussions are devoted to the proper selection of the numerical solver used for evaluating partial objectives, to the selection of the domain of analysis, to the proper formulation of the multi-objective function and to the way of computing the Pareto front of optimal solutions (here, we exploit swarm-intelligence algorithms, evolutionary methods and self-organizing migrating algorithms).
The above-described approaches are applied to the design of selected types of microwave antennas, transmission lines and reflectors. Considering obtained results, the paper is concluded by generalizing remarks.",
  chapter="74801",
  journal="Radioengineering",
  number="4",
  volume="20",
  year="2011",
  month="december",
  pages="684--698",
  type="journal article - other"
}