Automated design of systems may require modeling and simulating potential solutions in order to search for feasible ones. This process often involves a trade-off between heuristics and computer-intensive approaches. Since neither of the two methods guarantees to always succeed, each problem domain requires a dedicated evaluation. In this paper, the domain of computer-automated design (CautoD) for elevator systems is studied with the goal of providing experimental evidence about which approach is best in which circumstances, and to serve as guidance for automated modeling of elevator systems.

Computer Intensive Vs. Heuristic Methods In Automated Design Of Elevator Systems

MENAPACE, MARCO;Tacchella, Armando
2017

Abstract

Automated design of systems may require modeling and simulating potential solutions in order to search for feasible ones. This process often involves a trade-off between heuristics and computer-intensive approaches. Since neither of the two methods guarantees to always succeed, each problem domain requires a dedicated evaluation. In this paper, the domain of computer-automated design (CautoD) for elevator systems is studied with the goal of providing experimental evidence about which approach is best in which circumstances, and to serve as guidance for automated modeling of elevator systems.
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