This work proposes an analysis on the generalization capabilities for the modified version of the classic Jiles-Atherton model for magnetic hysteresis. The modified model takes into account the use of dynamic parameterization, as opposed to the classic model where the parameters are constant. Two different dynamic parameterizations are taken into account: a dependence on the excitation and a dependence on the response. The identification process is performed by using a novel nonlinear optimization technique called Continuous Flock-of-Starling Optimization Cube (CFSO3), an algorithm belonging to the class of swarm intelligence. The algorithm exploits parallel architecture and uses a supervised strategy to alternate between exploration and exploitation capabilities. Comparisons between the obtained results are presented at the end of the paper.
Lozito, G.M., RIGANTI FULGINEI, F., Salvini, A. (2015). On the generalization capabilities of the ten-parameter jiles-atherton model. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS IN ENGINEERING, 2015, 1-13 [10.1155/2015/715018].