Multi-objective probability collectives

@inproceedings{Waldock2010MultiobjectivePC,
  title={Multi-objective probability collectives},
  author={Antony Waldock and David W. Corne},
  booktitle={EvoApplications},
  year={2010}
}
We describe and evaluate a multi-objective optimisation (MOO) algorithm that works within the Probability Collectives (PC) optimisation framework. PC is an alternative approach to optimization where the optimization process focusses on finding an ideal distribution over the solution space rather than an ideal solution. We describe one way in which MOO can be done in the PC framework, via using a Pareto-based ranking strategy as a single objective. We partially evaluate this via testing on a… CONTINUE READING

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