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Constrained optimization via multiobjective evolutionary algorithms
 Deb (Eds.), Multiobjective Problems Solving from Nature: From Concepts to Applications, SpringerVerlag, Natural Computing Series, 2008, ISBN: 9783540729631
"... Summary. In this chapter, we present a survey of constrainthandling techniques based on evolutionary multiobjective optimization concepts. We present some basic definitions required to make this chapter selfcontained, and then we introduce the way in which a global (singleobjective) nonlinear opt ..."
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Summary. In this chapter, we present a survey of constrainthandling techniques based on evolutionary multiobjective optimization concepts. We present some basic definitions required to make this chapter selfcontained, and then we introduce the way in which a global (singleobjective) nonlinear optimization problem is transformed into an unconstrained multiobjective optimization problem. A taxonomy of methods is also proposed and each of them is briefly described. Some interesting findings regarding common features of the approaches analyzed are also discussed. 1
A Survey of ConstraintHandling Techniques Based on Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization
"... Abstract. In this paper, we present several constrainthandling techniques based on evolutionary multiobjective optimization concepts. Some basic definitions are presented as well as the way in which a global nonlinear optimization problem is transformed into an unconstrained multiobjective optimiza ..."
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Abstract. In this paper, we present several constrainthandling techniques based on evolutionary multiobjective optimization concepts. Some basic definitions are presented as well as the way in which a global nonlinear optimization problem is transformed into an unconstrained multiobjective optimization problem. A taxonomy of methods is proposed and each one is described. Some interesting findings regarding common features of such approaches are also discussed. 1