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Evolutionary Algorithms for Solving Multi-Objective Problems
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MOEA. 1. Preface. 2. Foreword. 3. Appendix A: MOEA Classification and Technique Analysis. 4. Appendix B: MOPs in the Literature. 5. Appendix C: Ptrue & PFtrue for Selected Numeric Mops. 6. Appendix D: P true & PF true for Side-Constrained MOP. 7. Appendix E:MOEA Software Availability. 8. Appendix F: MOAE-Related Information.List of Figures. Expand
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Handling multiple objectives with particle swarm optimization
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This paper presents an approach in which Pareto dominance is incorporated into particle swarm optimization (PSO) in order to allow this heuristic to handle problems with several objective functions. Expand
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Use of a self-adaptive penalty approach for engineering optimization problems
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This paper introduces the notion of using co-evolution to adapt the penalty factors of a fitness function incorporated in a genetic algorithm (GA) for numerical optimization. Expand
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SMPSO: A new PSO-based metaheuristic for multi-objective optimization
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We present a new multi-objective particle swarm optimization algorithm (PSO) characterized by the use of a strategy to limit the velocity of the particles. Expand
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Constraint-handling in genetic algorithms through the use of dominance-based tournament selection
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We propose a dominance-based selection scheme to incorporate constraints into the fitness function of a genetic algorithm used for global optimization. Expand
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Improving PSO-based Multi-Objective Optimization using Crowding , Mutation and �-Dominance
In this paper, we propose a new Multi-Objective Particle Swarm Optimizer, which is based on Pareto dominance and the use of a crowding factor to filter out the list of available leaders. We alsoExpand
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A simple multimembered evolution strategy to solve constrained optimization problems
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This work presents a simple multimembered evolution strategy to solve global nonlinear optimization problems using a simple diversity mechanism based on allowing infeasible solutions to remain in the population. Expand
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Solving Multiobjective Optimization Problems Using an Artificial Immune System
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We propose an algorithm based on the clonal selection principle to solve multiobjective optimization problems (either constrained or unconstrained). Expand
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