Multiobjective particle swarm optimization

Abstract

Evolutionary algorithms (EAs) are search procedures based on natural selection [2]. They have been successfully applied to a wide variety of optimization problems [4]. Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) [1,7] is a new type of evolutionary paradigm that has been successfully used to solve a number of single objective optimization problems (SOPs). However, to date, no one has applied PSO in an effort to solve multiobjective optimization problems (MOPs). The purpose of our research is to demonstrate how PSO can be modified to solve MOPs. In addition to showing how this can be done, we demonstrate its effectiveness on two MOPs.

DOI: 10.1145/1127716.1127729

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@inproceedings{Moore2000MultiobjectivePS, title={Multiobjective particle swarm optimization}, author={Jacqueline Moore and Richard Chapman and Gerry V. Dozier}, booktitle={ACM Southeast Regional Conference}, year={2000} }