Designing comminution circuits with a multi-objective evolutionary algorithm

@article{Huband2005DesigningCC,
  title={Designing comminution circuits with a multi-objective evolutionary algorithm},
  author={Simon Huband and Luigi Barone and Philip Hingston and R. Lyndon While and David Tuppurainen and Richard Bearman},
  journal={2005 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={1815-1822 Vol. 2}
}
Mining is an important industry in Australia, contributing billions of dollars to the economy. The performance of a processing plant has a large impact on the profitability of a mining operation, yet plant design decisions are typically guided more by intuition and experience than by analysis. In this paper, we motivate the use of an evolutionary algorithm to aid in the design of such plants. We formalise plant design in terms suitable for application in a multi-objective evolutionary algorithm… CONTINUE READING

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