Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization: Theoretical Advances and Applications / Edition 1

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Evolutionary Multi-Objective Optimization is an expanding field of research. This book brings a collection of papers with some of the most recent advances in this field. The topic and content is currently very fashionable and has immense potential for practical applications and includes contributions from leading researchers in the field. Assembled in a compelling and well-organised fashion, Evolutionary Computation Based Multi-Criteria Optimization will prove beneficial for both academic and industrial scientists and engineers engaged in research and development and application of evolutionary algorithm based MCO. Packed with must-find information, this book is the first to comprehensively and clearly address the issue of evolutionary computation based MCO, and is an essential read for any researcher or practitioner of the technique.

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Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization Recent Trends in Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization Self-adaptation and Convergence of Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithms in Continuous Search Spaces A simple approach to evolutionary multi-objective optimization Quad-trees: A Data Structure for Storing Pareto-sets in Multi-objective Evolutionary Algorithms with Elitism Scalable Test Problems for Evolutionary Multi-Objective Optimization Particle Swarm Inspired Evolutionary Algorithm (PS-EA) for Multi-Criteria Optimization Problems Evolving Continuous Pareto Regions MOGADES: Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithm with Distributed Environment Scheme Use of Multiobjective Optimization Concepts to Handle Constraints in Genetic Algorithms Multi- Criteria Optimization of Finite State Automata: Maximizing Performance while Minimizing Description Length Multi-objective Optimization of Space Structures under Static and Seismic Loading Conditions

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