IMPLEMENTASI ALGORITMA GREY WOLF OPTIMIZER (GWO) DI TOKO CITRA TANI JEMBER
Implementation of the Grey Wolf Optimizer (GWO) Algorithm at Citra Tani Jember Store
Generally, optimization is defined as the process of determining the minimum or maximum value that depends on the function of the goal, even now there are many problems regarding optimization. One of them is the problem regarding the selection of goods to be included in a limited storage medium called Knapsack problem. Knapsack problems have different types and variations. This study will solve the problem of bounded knapsack multiple constraints by implementing the Grey Wolf Optimizer (GWO) algorithm. The problem of bounded knapsack multiple constraints has more than one subject with the items that are inserted into the dimension storage media can be partially or completely inserted, but the number of objects is limited. The aim of this study is to determine the results of using the Grey Wolf Optimizer (GWO) algorithm for solving the problem of multiple constraints bounded knapsack and compare the optimal solutions obtained by the simplex method using the Solver Add-In in Microsoft Excel. The data used in this study is primary data. There are two parameters to be tested, namely population parameters and maximum iteration. The test results of the two parameters show that the population parameters and maximum iterations have the same effect, where the greater the value of the population parameters and the maximum iteration, the results obtained are also getting closer to the optimal value. In addition, based on the results of the final experiment it is known that the comparison of the results of the GWO algorithm and the simplex method has a fairly small percentage deviation which indicates that the GWO algorithm produces results that are close to the optimal value.
Keywords: GWO algorithm, Knapsack, Multiple Constraints Bounded Knapsack.