Optimal design of water distribution systems using many-objective visual analytics

@inproceedings{Fu2013OptimalDO,
  title={Optimal design of water distribution systems using many-objective visual analytics},
  author={Guangtao Fu and Zoran Kapelan and Joseph R. Kasprzyk and Patrick M. Reed},
  year={2013}
}
AbstractThis paper reports the use of many-objective optimization for water distribution system (WDS) design or rehabilitation problems. The term many-objective optimization refers to optimization with four or more objectives. The increase in the number of objectives brings new challenges for both optimization and visualization. This study uses a multiobjective evolutionary algorithm termed the epsilon Nondominated Sorted Genetic Algorithm II (e-NSGAII) and interactive visual analytics to… CONTINUE READING

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