Application of Multi-objective Evolutionary Algorithms for Multidimensional Sensory Data Prediction and Resource Scheduling in Smart City Design

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Liya Liu


Multidimensional sensory data prediction and resource scheduling are paramount challenges in the design of smart cities. This paper delves into the utilization of multi-objective evolutionary algorithms to enhance the accuracy and efficiency of target detection through optimized YOLO_v3 network models. By integrating the YOLO_v3 model with the K-means++ algorithm for Anchor_Box generation, the novel approach exhibits superior adaptability and flexibility, particularly in handling variable-sized feature pattern mappings. This adaptability better caters to the detection of targets of diverse sizes, thus elevating the performance and precision of target detection algorithms. To further scrutinize the YOLO-v3 joint algorithm’s performance in urban traffic detection, P-R curves were plotted for various loss types on the NEU-DET dataset. Comparative analysis of these curves highlights the optimized algorithms’ superiority in detecting various types of losses in urban model completeness. Additionally, practical application analysis revealed that the optimized monitoring results outperform the detection time of the original YOLO-v3_means++ network model on FP_GA. Notably, post-processing with C-FENCE can reduce average single-frame image detection time to 2.01 seconds, while convolutional degree-level fusion with the BN layer cuts it down to 2.25 seconds. In summary, the FP_GA-based YOLO-v3_means++ network algorithm offers superior detection capabilities, and the multi-objective evolutionary algorithm’s optimization of the YOLO-v3 model enhances target detection performance and precision.

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Special Issue - Data-Driven Optimization Algorithms for Sustainable and Smart City