Voronoi-based Efficient Surrogate-assisted Evolutionary Algorithm for Very Expensive Problems

@article{Tong2019VoronoibasedES,
  title={Voronoi-based Efficient Surrogate-assisted Evolutionary Algorithm for Very Expensive Problems},
  author={Hao Tong and Changwu Huang and Jialin Liu and Xin Yao},
  journal={2019 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC)},
  year={2019},
  pages={1996-2003}
}
Very expensive problems are very common in practical system that one fitness evaluation costs several hours or even days. Surrogate assisted evolutionary algorithms (SAEAs) have been widely used to solve this crucial problem in the past decades. However, most studied SAEAs focus on solving problems with a budget of at least ten times of the dimension of problems which is unacceptable in many very expensive real-world problems. In this paper, we employ Voronoi diagram to boost the performance of… Expand
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