Elitist non-dominated sorting GA-II (NSGA-II) as a parameter-less multi-objective genetic algorithm

  title={Elitist non-dominated sorting GA-II (NSGA-II) as a parameter-less multi-objective genetic algorithm},
  author={Khoa Duc Tran},
  journal={Proceedings. IEEE SoutheastCon, 2005.},
  • Khoa Duc Tran
  • Published 2005 in Proceedings. IEEE SoutheastCon, 2005.
Genetic algorithms (GAs) are general-purpose heuristic search algorithms that mimic the evolutionary process in order to find the most fitting solutions. The algorithms were introduced by Holland in 1975. Since then, they have received growing interest due to their ability to discover good solutions quickly for complex searching and optimization problems. The traditional GAs have been converted to multi-objective GAs to solve multi-objective optimization problems successfully. However, GAs… CONTINUE READING


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