Addressing the high-rise form finding problem by evolutionary computation

@article{Ekici2015AddressingTH,
  title={Addressing the high-rise form finding problem by evolutionary computation},
  author={Berk Ekici and Seckin Kutucu and I. Sevil Sariyildiz and Mehmet Fatih Tasgetiren},
  journal={2015 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC)},
  year={2015},
  pages={2253-2260}
}
This paper aims to examine the application of evolutionary algorithms to the form finding problem of high-rise buildings. In the light of mentioned purpose, this study concentrates on the conceptual phase of the design process due to the importance of early design decisions. In this respect, multiobjective real-parameter constrained optimization is considered as the method of this study in order to solve high-rise design problem. From the point of evolutionary computation, we compare two… CONTINUE READING

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