Constraint Method-Based Evolutionary Algorithm (CMEA) for Multiobjective Optimization

  title={Constraint Method-Based Evolutionary Algorithm (CMEA) for Multiobjective Optimization},
  author={S. Ranji Ranjithan and S. Kishan Chetan and Harish K. Dakshina},
Evolutionary algorithms are becoming increasingly valuable in solving large-scale, realistic engineering multiobjective optimization (MO) problems, which typically require consideration of conflicting and competing design issues. The new procedure, Constraint Method-Based Evolutionary Algorithm (CMEA), presented in this paper is based upon underlying concepts in the constraint method described in the mathematical programming literature. Pareto optimality is achieved implicitly via a constraint… CONTINUE READING
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