Computational Intelligence and Design, International Symposium on (2011)
Oct. 28, 2011 to Oct. 30, 2011
In the problem of optimal sensor deployment for satellite antenna reflector, to avoid the one-sidedness of single-objective criterion, in this paper, we adopt double-objectives criterion, which contains the largest orthogonality and the highest vibration energy of observed signal. The double-objectives criterion is converted to single-one criterion by mathematical transformation and Genetic Algorithm is utilized to solve this problem. Comparing with corresponding single-objective criterion by simulation results, we conclude that: the proposed method is a feasible method of optimal sensor deployment for satellite antenna reflector based on double-objectives criterion. The results, whose fitness function is a function based on double-objectives criterion, is not one-sided optimal solution in single objective, but a satisfying solution in global area. According to the application in real project, this satisfying solution is more significant in the area of astronautics.
satellite antenna, on-orbit modal identification, sensor deployment, multi-objectives optimization
L. Wang, Y. Wang, Z. Zhao, W. Li, X. Zhou and Y. Zhao, "Optimal Sensor Deployment for Satellite Antenna Reflector Based on Genetic Algorithm," Computational Intelligence and Design, International Symposium on(ISCID), Hangzhou, China, 2011, pp. 59-63.