Erratum: A Novel Bio-Inspired Algorithm Applied to Selective Harmonic Elimination in a Three-Phase Eleven-Level Inverter (Mathematical Problems in Engineering (2020) 2020 (8856040) DOI: 10.1155/2020/8856040)

Adrián F. Peña-Delgado, Hernán Peraza-Vázquez, Juan H. Almazán-Covarrubias, Nicolas Torres-Cruz, Pedro Martín García-Vite, Ana Beatriz Morales-Cepeda, Juan M. Ramirez-Arredondo

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In the article titled “A Novel Bio-Inspired Algorithm Applied to Selective Harmonic Elimination in a *ree-Phase Eleven-Level Inverter” [1], the authors wish to clarify that the code for the Black Widow Optimization Algorithm (BWOA) has been made available [2]. Since the publication of the article, the authors have been made aware of a similarly named algorithm [3]; however, it should be noted that they are not related. Additionally, correspondence should be addressed to both Adri´an F. Peña-Delgado and Hern´an Peraza-V´azquez. Hence, the correct correspondence addressing statement is shown above.

Original languageEnglish
Article number9808273
JournalMathematical Problems in Engineering
Volume2022
DOIs
StatePublished - 2022

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