Modelling an Efficient Hybrid Optimizer for Handling Vehicle Routing Problem
Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP) like total routing distance, number of serve provisioning vehicles, and vehicles' waiting time are determined as the multi-objective constraints. Investigators pretend to handle these multi-constraint issues with the time window and fail to attain a prominent solution. Thus, there is a need for a global multi-objective vehicle routing solution. Here, a novel Particle Positioning Particle Swarm Optimization ( ) approach is designed to predict the robust route with the elimination of non-linearity measures. The linearity measure includes the movement of the vehicles, service time, and status of the move towards a particular direction. The lack of exploration and exploitation conditions during optimization is addressed with the inclusion of Grey Wolf Optimization (GWO). Therefore, the models attain a global solution with the least error rate. Simulation is done in MATLAB 2016b environment, and the experimental outcomes are compared with various approaches in large-scale and small-scale instances. The model intends to attain robustness and stability towards the measure in a linear manner. The model's time consumption and computational complexity are reduced with the adoption of a global routing-based optimization approach.
Grey wolf optimization, Linear measure, Multi-constraint problem, Particle swarm optimization, Routing distance
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