Visualising many-objective populations

@inproceedings{Walker2012VisualisingMP,
  title={Visualising many-objective populations},
  author={David J. Walker and Jonathan E. Fieldsend and Richard M. Everson},
  booktitle={GECCO},
  year={2012}
}
Optimisation problems often comprise a large set of objectives, and visualising the set of solutions to a problem can help with understanding them, assisting a decision maker. If the set of objectives is larger than three, visualising solutions to the problem is a difficult task. Techniques for visualising high-dimensional data are often difficult to interpret. Conversely, discarding objectives so that the solutions can be visualised in two or three spatial dimensions results in a loss of… CONTINUE READING

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