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This work proposes a new method for approximating the Pareto front of a multi-objective simulation optimization problem (MOP) where the explicit forms of the objective functions are not available. The method iteratively approximates each objective function using a metamodeling scheme and employs a weighted sum method to convert the MOP into a set of single(More)
A cumulative sum (CUSUM) control chart is one of the most popular methods used to detect a process mean shift. When one specific size of the mean shift is assumed, the CUSUM chart can be optimally designed in terms of average run length (ARL). In practice, however, the size of the mean shift is usually unknown, and the CUSUM chart can perform poorly when(More)
In this paper, we consider black-box problems where the analytic forms of the objective functions are not available, and the values can only be estimated by output responses from computationally expensive simulations. We apply the sample average approximation method to multi-objective stochastic optimization problems and prove the convergence properties of(More)
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