Anne Raich
Anne Raich
Associate Professor, Valparaiso University
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Reliability‐based optimal design of electrical transmission towers using multi‐objective genetic algorithms
S Mathakari, P Gardoni, P Agarwal, A Raich, T Haukaas
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 22 (4), 282-292, 2007
832007
Multi-objective genetic algorithms for cost-effective distributions of actuators and sensors in large structures
YJ Cha, AK Agrawal, Y Kim, AM Raich
Expert Systems with Applications 39 (9), 7822-7833, 2012
792012
Multi‐objective optimization of sensor and excitation layouts for frequency response function‐based structural damage identification
AM Raich, TR Liszkai
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 27 (2), 95-117, 2012
722012
How to handle constraints with evolutionary algorithms
BGW Craenen, AE Eiben, E Marchiori
Practical Handbook Of Genetic Algorithms: Applications, 341-361, 2001
70*2001
Optimal placement of active control devices and sensors in frame structures using multi‐objective genetic algorithms
YJ Cha, A Raich, L Barroso, A Agrawal
Structural Control and Health Monitoring 20 (1), 16-44, 2013
682013
Evolving structural design solutions using an implicit redundant genetic algorithm
AM Raich, J Ghaboussi
Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization 20 (3), 222-231, 2000
562000
Improving the performance of structural damage detection methods using advanced genetic algorithms
AM Raich, TR Liszkai
Journal of structural Engineering 133 (3), 449-461, 2007
502007
Development of pervious concrete pile ground-improvement alternative and behavior under vertical loading
MT Suleiman, L Ni, A Raich
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 140 (7), 04014035, 2014
392014
Development of pervious concrete pile ground-improvement alternative and behavior under vertical loading
MT Suleiman, L Ni, A Raich
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 140 (7), 04014035, 2014
392014
Development of pervious concrete pile ground-improvement alternative and behavior under vertical loading
MT Suleiman, L Ni, A Raich
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 140 (7), 04014035, 2014
392014
Multi-objective optimization for actuator and sensor layouts of actively controlled 3D buildings
YJ Cha, Y Kim, AM Raich, AK Agrawal
Journal of Vibration and Control 19 (6), 942-960, 2013
372013
Interaction between laterally loaded pile and surrounding soil
H Lin, L Ni, MT Suleiman, A Raich
Journal of geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering 141 (4), 04014119, 2015
352015
Soil-pile interaction for a small diameter pile embedded in granular soil subjected to passive loading
MT Suleiman, L Ni, JD Helm, A Raich
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 140 (5), 04014002, 2014
312014
Implicit representation in genetic algorithms using redundancy
AM Raich, J Ghaboussi
Evolutionary Computation 5 (3), 277-302, 1997
281997
Multi-objective genetic algorithm methodology for optimizing sensor layouts to enhance structural damage identification
AM Raich, TR Liszkai
Proc. of Int’l Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, 650-657, 2003
232003
Behavior and soil–structure interaction of pervious concrete ground-improvement piles under lateral loading
L Ni, MT Suleiman, A Raich
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 142 (2), 04015071, 2016
222016
Implicit redundant representation in genetic algorithms
AM Raich, J Ghaboussi
Evolutionary Computation 5 (3), 277-302, 1997
181997
Benefits of implicit redundant genetic algorithms for structural damage detection in noisy environments
A Raich, T Liszkai
Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference, 2418-2419, 2003
172003
Model building, model testing and model fitting
JE Everett
Practical Handbook of Genetic Algorithms, Applications 1, 5-30, 1995
171995
An evolutionary based methodology for representing and evolving structural design solutions
AM Raich
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1999
131999
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