Pareto Frontier Based Concept Selection under Uncertainty , with Visualization

@inproceedings{Mattson2003ParetoFB,
  title={Pareto Frontier Based Concept Selection under Uncertainty , with Visualization},
  author={Christopher A. Mattson and Achille Messac},
  year={2003}
}
In a recent publication, we presented a new multiobjective decision-making tool for use in conceptual engineering design. In the present paper, we provide important developments that support the next phase in the evolution of the tool. These developments, together with those of our previous work, provide a concept selection approach that capitalizes on the benefits of computational optimization. Specifically, the new approach uses the efficiency and effectiveness of optimization to rapidly… CONTINUE READING
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