10 Meta-Modeling in Multiobjective Optimization

@inproceedings{Knowles200810MI,
  title={10 Meta-Modeling in Multiobjective Optimization},
  author={Joshua D. Knowles and Hirotaka Nakayama},
  year={2008}
}
In many practical engineering design and other scientific optimization problems, the objective function is not given in closed form in terms of the design variables. Given the value of the design variables, the value of the objective function is obtained by some numerical analysis, such as structural analysis, fluidmechanic analysis, thermodynamic analysis, and so on. It may even be obtained by conducting a real (physical) experiment and taking direct measurements. Usually, these evaluations… CONTINUE READING

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