Date: Mar 14, 2013 2:50 AM
Author: Derek Goring
Subject: Re: PSO_program_

On Thursday, March 14, 2013 7:26:13 PM UTC+13, sunilkumar M wrote:
> function [v,f,d] = pso()
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> %Initialization of the Variables
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> popsize = 100; %population size
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> maxitr = 1000; %maximum number of Iterations
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> iter = 0; %iteration counter
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> feval = 0; %Function evaluation counter
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> c1 = 2; c2 = 2; % social parameter
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>
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> vmax=240; vmin= 50;%Assigning maximum and minmum values
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> fmax=0.762; fmin=0.062;
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> dmax=2.0; dmin=1.5;
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> %Initialization of swarm and velocity
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> v=vmin+(vmax-vmin)*rand (0,popsize);%Randomizing the cutting speed
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> f=fmin+(fmax-fmin)* rand(0,popsize);%Randomizing the feed
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> d=dmin+(dmax-dmin)*rand(0,popsize);%Randomizing the depth of cut
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> sr = 0.205.*d +1.92.* f - 0.00097.* v; %Objective function
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> bestpos=sr;%Initial best position
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> vel=rand(0,popsize);%calulating Intial velocity
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> %Evaluate swarm
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> for i=1:popsize
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> fv(i)=feval(sr,v(:,i));
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> feval=feval+1;
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> end
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> %Initializing best position matrix and corresponding Function value
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>
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> bestpos=v;
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> fbestpos=fv;
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>
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> %finding best particle in initial population
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>
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> [fbestpart,g] = min(fv);
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> lastbpf=fbestpart;
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>
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> %swarm evolution loop
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>
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> while (iter< maxitr)
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> iter = iter+1;
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>
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> %velocity update
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>
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> for i=1:popsize
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> A(:,i)=bestpos(i,g); %A is an external archive
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> end
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> R1=rand(0,popsize);
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> R2=rand(0,popsize);
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> vel=c1*R1.*(bestpos-v)+c2*R2.*(A-v);
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>
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> %swarm update
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>
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> v= v + vel;
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>
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> %Evaluate the new swarm
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>
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> for i=1:popsize
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> fv(i)=feval(sr,v(:,i));
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> feval=feval+1;
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> end
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>
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> %updating the best position for each particle
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>
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> changecolumns = fv<fbestpost;
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> fbestpos=fbestpos.*(changecolumns)+fv.*changecolumns;
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> bestpos(:,find(changecolumns))=v(:,find(:,changecolumns));
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>
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> %updating index g
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> [fbestpart, g]= min(fbestpos);
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>
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> end
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>
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> %output Arguments
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> v1min= v(:,g);
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> fv1min = fbestpos(g);
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>
>
> its giving error
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> ??? In an assignment A(I) = B, the number of elements in B and
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> I must be the same.
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>
>
> Error in ==> pso at 21
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> fv(i)=feval(sr,v(:,i));


This statement defines feval as a scalar:
> feval = 0; %Function evaluation counter
but this statement assumes it is a function:
> fv(i)=feval(sr,v(:,i));
on the other hand, by default, Matlab thinks feval is:
FEVAL(F,x1,...,xn) evaluates the function specified by a function
handle or function name, F, at the given arguments, x1,...,xn.

You need to sort out in your mind what feval is.
It cannot be a scalar AND a function.
And in any case, you should not use feval because it is a Matlab function name.