Economic Optimisation of an Ore Processing Plant with a Constrained Multi-objective Evolutionary Algorithm

@inproceedings{Huband2006EconomicOO,
  title={Economic Optimisation of an Ore Processing Plant with a Constrained Multi-objective Evolutionary Algorithm},
  author={Simon Huband and Ronald Lyndon While and David Tuppurainen and Philip Hingston and Luigi Barone and Ted Bearman},
  booktitle={Australian Conference on Artificial Intelligence},
  year={2006}
}
Existing ore processing plant designs are often conservative and so the opportunity to achieve full value is lost. Even for well-designed plants, the usage and profitability of mineral processing circuits can change over time, due to a variety of factors from geological variation through processing characteristics to changing market forces. Consequently, existing plant designs often require optimisation in relation to numerous objectives. To facilitate this task, a multi-objective evolutionary… CONTINUE READING
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