A MOPSO Algorithm Based Exclusively on Pareto Dominance Concepts

@inproceedings{AlvarezBenitez2005AMA,
  title={A MOPSO Algorithm Based Exclusively on Pareto Dominance Concepts},
  author={Julio E. Alvarez-Benitez and Richard M. Everson and Jonathan E. Fieldsend},
  booktitle={EMO},
  year={2005}
}
In extending the Particle Swarm Optimisation methodology to multi-objective problems it is unclear how global guides for particles should be selected. Previous work has relied on metric information in objective space, although this is at variance with the notion of dominance which is used to assess the quality of solutions. Here we propose methods based exclusively on dominance for selecting guides from a nondominated archive. The methods are evaluated on standard test problems and we find that… CONTINUE READING
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