A Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithm with Controllable Convergence on Knee Regions

@article{Rachmawati2006AMG,
  title={A Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithm with Controllable Convergence on Knee Regions},
  author={Lily Rachmawati and Dipti Srinivasan},
  journal={2006 IEEE International Conference on Evolutionary Computation},
  year={2006},
  pages={1916-1923}
}
A knee region on the Pareto-optimal front of a multi-objective optimization problem consists of solutions with the maximum marginal rates of return, i.e. solutions for which an improvement on one objective is accompanied by a severe degradation in another. The trade-off characteristic renders such solutions of particular interest in practical applications. This paper presents a multi-objective evolutionary algorithm focused on the knee regions. The algorithm facilitates better decision making… CONTINUE READING

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