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Adaptive differential evolution algorithm for multiobjective optimization problems. (English) Zbl 1148.65042
Summary: A new adaptive differential evolution algorithm (ADEA) is proposed for multiobjective optimization problems. In ADEA, the variable parameter F based on the number of the current Pareto-front and the diversity of the current solutions is given for adjusting search size in every generation to find Pareto solutions in mutation operator, and the select operator combines the advantages of the differential evolution algorithm with the mechanisms of Pareto-based ranking and crowding distance sorting. ADEA is implemented on five classical multiobjective problems, the results illustrate that ADEA efficiently achieves two goals of multiobjective optimization problems: find the solutions converge to the true Pareto-front and uniform spread along the front.
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65K05Mathematical programming (numerical methods)
90C29Multi-objective programming; goal programming
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