Jérémie Dubois-Lacoste

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This paper presents the steps followed in the design of hybrid stochastic local search algorithms for biobjective permutation flow shop scheduling problems. In particular, this paper tackles the three pairwise combinations of the objectives (i) makespan, (ii) the sum of the completion times of the jobs, and (iii) the weighted total tardiness of all jobs.(More)
The information provided is the sole responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the members of IRIDIA. The authors take full responsibility for any copyright breaches that may result from publication of this paper in the IRIDIA – Technical Report Series. IRIDIA is not responsible for any use that might be made of data(More)
The automatic configuration of algorithms is a dynamic field of research. Its potential for producing highly performing algorithms may change the way we design algorithms. So far, automatic algorithm configuration tools have almost exclusively been applied to configure single-objective algorithms. In this paper, we investigate the usage of automatic(More)
Two-Phase Local Search (TPLS) is a general algorithmic framework for multi-objective optimization. TPLS transforms a multi-objective problem into a sequence of single-objective ones by means of weighted sum aggregations. This paper studies different sequences of weights for defining the aggregated problems for the bi-objective case. In particular, we(More)
Recent advances in automatic algorithm configuration have made it possible to configure very flexible algorithmic frameworks in order to fine-tune them for particular problems. This is often done by the use of automatic methods to set the values of algorithm parameters. A rather different approach uses grammatical evolution, where the possible algorithms(More)
based generation of stochastic local search heuristics through automatic algorithm configuration tools. Abstract Several grammar-based genetic programming algorithms have been proposed in the literature to automatically generate heuristics for hard optimization problems. These approaches specify the algorithmic building blocks and the way in which they can(More)
The information provided is the sole responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the members of IRIDIA. The authors take full responsibility for any copyright breaches that may result from publication of this paper in the IRIDIA – Technical Report Series. IRIDIA is not responsible for any use that might be made of data(More)