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How to adjust and adapt General code of Metaheuristic algorithm to fit you problem?

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Dear all;
I am using a standard algorithm of GWO to implement it of parameters estimation of my problem
The general GWO code is based on Objective function, in my case i do not have the objective function. instead, i have experiment data.
I need the algorithm frameworks (pseaudo code or flowchart ..) in this case to use it for multiple metaheuristic cases.
Here is the general code:
% Grey Wolf Optimizer
function [Alpha_score,Alpha_pos,Convergence_curve]=GWO(SearchAgents_no,Max_iter,lb,ub,dim,fobj)
% initialize alpha, beta, and delta_pos
Alpha_pos=zeros(1,dim);
Alpha_score=inf; %change this to -inf for maximization problems
Beta_pos=zeros(1,dim);
Beta_score=inf; %change this to -inf for maximization problems
Delta_pos=zeros(1,dim);
Delta_score=inf; %change this to -inf for maximization problems
%Initialize the positions of search agents
Positions=initialization(SearchAgents_no,dim,ub,lb);
Convergence_curve=zeros(1,Max_iter);
l=0;% Loop counter
% Main loop
while l<Max_iter
for i=1:size(Positions,1)
% Return back the search agents that go beyond the boundaries of the search space
Flag4ub=Positions(i,:)>ub;
Flag4lb=Positions(i,:)<lb;
Positions(i,:)=(Positions(i,:).*(~(Flag4ub+Flag4lb)))+ub.*Flag4ub+lb.*Flag4lb;
% Calculate objective function for each search agent
fitness=fobj(Positions(i,:));
% Update Alpha, Beta, and Delta
if fitness<Alpha_score
Alpha_score=fitness; % Update alpha
Alpha_pos=Positions(i,:);
end
if fitness>Alpha_score && fitness<Beta_score
Beta_score=fitness; % Update beta
Beta_pos=Positions(i,:);
end
if fitness>Alpha_score && fitness>Beta_score && fitness<Delta_score
Delta_score=fitness; % Update delta
Delta_pos=Positions(i,:);
end
end
a=2-l*((2)/Max_iter); % a decreases linearly fron 2 to 0
% Update the Position of search agents including omegas
for i=1:size(Positions,1)
for j=1:size(Positions,2)
r1=rand(); % r1 is a random number in [0,1]
r2=rand(); % r2 is a random number in [0,1]
A1=2*a*r1-a; % Equation (3.3)
C1=2*r2; % Equation (3.4)
D_alpha=abs(C1*Alpha_pos(j)-Positions(i,j)); % Equation (3.5)-part 1
X1=Alpha_pos(j)-A1*D_alpha; % Equation (3.6)-part 1
r1=rand();
r2=rand();
A2=2*a*r1-a; % Equation (3.3)
C2=2*r2; % Equation (3.4)
D_beta=abs(C2*Beta_pos(j)-Positions(i,j)); % Equation (3.5)-part 2
X2=Beta_pos(j)-A2*D_beta; % Equation (3.6)-part 2
r1=rand();
r2=rand();
A3=2*a*r1-a; % Equation (3.3)
C3=2*r2; % Equation (3.4)
D_delta=abs(C3*Delta_pos(j)-Positions(i,j)); % Equation (3.5)-part 3
X3=Delta_pos(j)-A3*D_delta; % Equation (3.5)-part 3
Positions(i,j)=(X1+X2+X3)/3;% Equation (3.7)
end
end
l=l+1;
Convergence_curve(l)=Alpha_score;
end

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