Computer Control Software Design Model Based on Improved PID Algorithm



The optimal design for computer control software is studied. Since computer control software is susceptible to interference during the control process, a computer control software design model based on improved PID algorithm is proposed. The PID algorithm is combined with particle swarm algorithm to calculate PID control parameters, which is viewed as evolutionary particles of the particle population, and given a certain flight speed in the search space, the speed of the particles will be adjusted iteratively and dynamically in accordance with the experience of population’s evolution calculation, in order to achieve computer control software design. The simulation results show that the proposed algorithm applied for computer control software design, can improve the control precision and meet the actual needs of computer control.




M.R. Xue, K.M. Li, M.H. Lee and X.Y. Zhang




X. J. Qian et al., "Computer Control Software Design Model Based on Improved PID Algorithm", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 716-717, pp. 1671-1674, 2015


December 2014




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