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What is Grey Wolf Optimization (GWO)

Organizational Transformation and Managing Innovation in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
An evolutionary search procedure based on the chasing principle of grey wolves towards its prey. This is based on the nature evolved computing and it relates each individual based on position update.
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Integrating SMEs Through Cloud: An Industrial Revolution
Brintha N. C. (Kalasalingam Institute of Technology, India), Winowlin Jappes J. T. (Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education, India), and Jacob Sukumaran (Ghent University, Belgium)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-7074-5.ch008
In the fourth industrial revolution, one of the major driving force is cloud computing which helps in integration of cloud concepts in manufacturing sectors. Most of the high-end factories have started to adopt industrial automation by incorporating smart manufacturing technologies by incorporating cloud technologies, artificial intelligence, internet of things, big data analytics, cyber physical systems, and several other advanced manufacturing technologies. But, most of the SMEs across countries have not been standardized using such new technologies. This chapter discusses on a scheduling model using grey wolf optimization (GWO) for integrating all SMEs on to Cloud, such that proper decision support can be made for effective resource selection and job completion can be provided to the end users dynamically without any flaws.
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