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## Comparison of Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithms: Empirical Results (2000)

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Citation Context ... 1991; Hajela and Lin, 1992; Fonseca c 2000 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Evolutionary Computation 8(2): 173-195 E. Zitzler, K. Deb, and L. Thiele and Fleming, 1993; Horn et al., 1994; =-=Srinivas and Deb, 1994-=-). Later, these approaches (and variations of them) were successfully applied to various multiobjective optimization problems (Ishibuchi and Murata, 1996; Cunha et al., 1997; Valenzuela-Rendón and Ur... |

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Citation Context ...s): Among the class of criterion selection approaches, the Vector Evaluated Genetic Algorithm (VEGA) (Schaffer, 1984, 1985) has been chosen. Although some serious drawbacks are known (Schaffer, 1985; =-=Fonseca and Fleming, 1995-=-; Horn, 1997), this algorithm has been a strong point of reference up to now. Therefore, it has been included in this investigation. The EA proposed by Hajela and Lin (1992) is based on aggregation se... |

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Citation Context ...he rapidly growing interest in the area of multiobjective EAs take this fact into account. After the first pioneering studies on evolutionary multiobjective optimization appeared in the mid-eighties (=-=Schaffer, 1984-=-, 1985; Fourman,1985) several different EA implementations were proposed in the years 1991–1994 (Kursawe, 1991; Hajela and Lin, 1992; Fonseca c 2000 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Evolut... |

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Citation Context ...1991–1994 (Kursawe, 1991; Hajela and Lin, 1992; Fonseca c 2000 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Evolutionary Computation 8(2): 173-195 E. Zitzler, K. Deb, and L. Thiele and Fleming, 1993; =-=Horn et al., 1994-=-; Srinivas and Deb, 1994). Later, these approaches (and variations of them) were successfully applied to various multiobjective optimization problems (Ishibuchi and Murata, 1996; Cunha et al., 1997; V... |

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Citation Context ...oreover, we do not consider maximization or mixed minimization/maximization problems. Each of the test functions defined below is structured in the same manner and consists itself of three functions (=-=Deb, 1999-=-, 216): Minimize subject to where (6) The function is a function of the first decision variable only, is a function of the remaining variables, and the parameters of are the function values of and . T... |

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Citation Context ...nd L. Thiele and Fleming, 1993; Horn et al., 1994; Srinivas and Deb, 1994). Later, these approaches (and variations of them) were successfully applied to various multiobjective optimization problems (=-=Ishibuchi and Murata, 1996-=-; Cunha et al., 1997; Valenzuela-Rendón and UrestiCharre, 1997; Fonseca and Fleming, 1998; Parks and Miller, 1998). In recent years, some researchers have investigated particular topics of evolutiona... |

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Citation Context ...8b). In particular, the 176 Evolutionary Computation Volume 8, Number 2 Comparison of Multiobjective EAs algorithm presented by Fonseca and Fleming (1993), the Niched Pareto Genetic Algorithm (NPGA) (=-=Horn and Nafpliotis, 1993-=-; Horn et al., 1994), and the Nondominated Sorting Genetic Algorithm (NSGA) (Srinivas and Deb, 1994) appear to have achieved the most attention in the EA literature and have been used in various studi... |

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Citation Context ...on evolutionary multiobjective optimization appeared in the mid-eighties (Schaffer, 1984, 1985; Fourman,1985) several different EA implementations were proposed in the years 1991–1994 (Kursawe, 1991; =-=Hajela and Lin, 1992-=-; Fonseca c 2000 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Evolutionary Computation 8(2): 173-195 E. Zitzler, K. Deb, and L. Thiele and Fleming, 1993; Horn et al., 1994; Srinivas and Deb, 1994). La... |

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Citation Context ...schemes. Furthermore, since fitness sharing may produce chaotic behavior in combination with tournament selection, a slightly modified method is incorporated here, named continuously updated sharing (=-=Oei et al., 1991-=-). As requires a generational selection mechanism, stochastic universal sampling was used in the implementation. 6.2 Simulation Results In Figures 1–6, the nondominated fronts achieved by the differen... |

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Citation Context ... Lamont, 1998a; Rudolph, 1998), niching (Obayashi et al., 1998), and elitism (Parks and Miller, 1998; Obayashi et al., 1998), while others have concentrated on developing new evolutionary techniques (=-=Laumanns et al., 1998-=-; Zitzler and Thiele, 1999). For a thorough discussion of evolutionary algorithms for multiobjective optimization, the interested reader is referred to Fonseca and Fleming (1995), Horn (1997), Van Vel... |

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Citation Context ... them) were successfully applied to various multiobjective optimization problems (Ishibuchi and Murata, 1996; Cunha et al., 1997; Valenzuela-Rendón and UrestiCharre, 1997; Fonseca and Fleming, 1998; =-=Parks and Miller, 1998-=-). In recent years, some researchers have investigated particular topics of evolutionary multiobjective search, such as convergence to the Pareto-optimal front (Van Veldhuizen and Lamont, 1998a; Rudol... |

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Citation Context ...ributed trade-off front. Often, different approaches are classified with regard to the first issue, where one can distinguish between criterion selection, aggregation selection, and Pareto selection (=-=Horn, 1997-=-). Methods performing criterion selection switch between the objectives during the selection phase. Each time an individual is chosen for reproduction, potentially a different objective will decide wh... |

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Citation Context ...some researchers have investigated particular topics of evolutionary multiobjective search, such as convergence to the Pareto-optimal front (Van Veldhuizen and Lamont, 1998a; Rudolph, 1998), niching (=-=Obayashi et al., 1998-=-), and elitism (Parks and Miller, 1998; Obayashi et al., 1998), while others have concentrated on developing new evolutionary techniques (Laumanns et al., 1998; Zitzler and Thiele, 1999). For a thorou... |

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