Ranking-Dominance and Many-Objective Optimization

  title={Ranking-Dominance and Many-Objective Optimization},
  author={Saku Kukkonen and Jouni Lampinen},
  journal={2007 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation},
An alternative relation to Pareto-dominance is studied. The relation is based on ranking a set of solutions according to each separate objective and an aggregation function to calculate a scalar fitness value for each solution. The relation is called as ranking-dominance and it tries to tackle the curse of dimensionality commonly observed in multi-objective optimization. Ranking-dominance can be used to sort a set of solutions even for a large number of objectives when the Pareto-dominance… CONTINUE READING
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