In this study, a trustworthy swarming computing procedure is demonstrated for solving the nonlinear dynamics of the Rabinovich–Fabrikant system. The nonlinear system’s dynamic depends upon the three differential equations. The computational stochastic structure based on the artificial neural networks (ANNs) along with the optimization of global search swarming particle swarm optimization (PSO) and local interior point (IP) algorithms, i.e., ANNs-PSOIP is presented to solve the Rabinovich–Fabrikant system. An objective function based on the differential form of the model is optimized through the local and global search methods. The correctness of the ANNs-PSOIP scheme is observed through the performances of achieved and source solutions, while the negligible absolute error that is around 10−05–10−07 also represent the worth of the ANNs-PSOIP algorithm. Furthermore, the consistency of the ANNs-PSOIP scheme is examined by applying different statistical procedures to solve the Rabinovich–Fabrikant system.
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