By Carlos A Coello Coello, Gary B Lamont
This e-book offers an intensive number of multi-objective difficulties throughout different disciplines, in addition to statistical ideas utilizing multi-objective evolutionary algorithms (MOEAs). the subjects mentioned serve to advertise a much broader realizing in addition to using MOEAs, the purpose being to discover solid ideas for high-dimensional real-world layout functions. The ebook features a huge number of MOEA purposes from many researchers, and hence offers the practitioner with designated algorithmic path to accomplish sturdy ends up in their chosen challenge area.
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From the several emergent research areas in which EAs have become in1 2 Carlos A. Coello Coello and Gary B. Lamont creasingly popular, multi-objective optimization has had one of the fastest growing in recent years12. A multi-objective optimization problem (MOP) differs from a single-objective optimization problem because it contains several objectives that require optimization. When optimizing a singleobjective problem, the best single design solution is the goal. But for multiobjective problems, with several (possibly conflicting) objectives, there is usually no single optimal solution.
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