DEVELOPMENT OF CRITERION VERIFICATION METHOD FOR OPTIMIZATION OF OPERATIONAL PROCESSES WITH THE DISTRIBUTED PARAMETERS
Keywords:Оptimization criterion, indicators verification, operation reference model, operation with the distributed parameters, operation efficiency evaluation.
Context. The urgent verification problem of criterion for optimization of operational processes with the distributed parameters is solved.
Objective is creation of a verification method for estimated criteria which have high selectivity and allow excluding those indicators, which provide contradictory results in relation to results of local efficiency criteria
Method. The verification method of global criterion for optimization of operational processes with the distributed parameters of product flows which is based on reference operations classes formation identified with use of the local efficiency criteria, in turn, are based on use of the revealed features of the second integrated parameters from integrated functions of an input and output of global operation model, which adequacy is mathematically proved is offered, providing thereby indicator selection, the estimated features of which allow processing activities coordinating results of the operated systems with the purpose of their owner at the expense of an output in control mode corresponding to a maximum of resources efficiency.
Results. The algorithm of realization of a verification method for estimated indicators which has been used when carrying out computing experiments connected with the illustration of the offered method opportunities is developed.Conclusions. For the first time three classes of reference models of operations with distributed parameters, each of which is identified with the local criterion of efficiency have been developed. The development of the proposed method let us to make an informed choice of the one indicator for its using as a global optimization criterion of any system operational processes with distributed parameters which require this. The ability to select the adequate optimization criterion will improve the production structures development rate. The experiments have been confirmed the operability of the proposed method, implemented in the algorithm form so it should be recommended to practicing experts for the estimated criteria selection from the indicators set which are offered by the researchers as an optimization criterion for operational processes with distributed parameters. The indicator which has successfully passed the verification enables coordination of the operational process parameters with the owner’s (supersystem‘s) goal. At the same time, it is supposed that the purpose of supersystem is the maximization of own available resources opportunities which are directly connected with use of resources efficiency.
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