It’s quite curious that at the time of writing, this algorithm doesn’t have so much as a Wikipedia page. Heck, a cursory Google search implies that the individual who came up with it is the very same guy who asked for people to think about it.
Yeah, you! I know you’re out there Mohammad!
Dispersive Flies Optimisation
Dispersive Flies Optimisation (DFO) is a swarm intelligence algorithm that aims to find the best piece of data in a matrix. How good a piece of data (referred to as an agent) is, is judged by its fitness. An agent contains data, or I suppose metadata, such as a location, among other possible things. The flies are then scattered across various locations within the data and set to finding the optimal location, which is either the lowest possible fitness, or highest.