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By Carlos Coello Coello, Clarisse Dhaenens, Laetitia Jourdan

The objective of this publication is to gather contributions that take care of using nature encouraged metaheuristics for fixing multi-objective combinatorial optimization difficulties. this kind of assortment intends to supply an outline of the state of the art advancements during this box, with the purpose of motivating extra researchers in operations learn, engineering, and laptop technology, to do study during this region. As such, this ebook is predicted to turn into a beneficial reference for these wishing to do learn at the use of nature encouraged metaheuristics for fixing multi-objective combinatorial optimization problems.

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As the population size is upper bounded by 2n/8 , we can use Corollary 1 with r = n/8 to deduce that E(X) ≥ n/2 − 2 · n/8 = n/4. Using the inequality from above with a = n/2 and b = E(X)/2, we conclude that 32 C. Horoba and F. Neumann Prob X ≥ E(X) − E(X)/2 1 n ≥ ≥ . 8 n/2 − E(X)/2 3 Therefore, the second probability is lower bounded by 1/3·n/8·1/n·(1−1/n)n−1 ≥ 1/(24e). Altogether, the probability that the population grows is lower bounded by 1/(48e). Due to Chernoff bounds the probability that in a long phase the population grows by less than |Pi |/(96e) ≥ |Pi |/261 individuals is upper bounded by 3/4 2−Ω(|Pi |) = 2−Ω(n ) .

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One disadvantage of GSEMO is that the population size grows with the number of discovered non-dominated individuals since the population archieves all non-dominated individuals found so far. Most MOEAs used in practice are based on a population of fixed size. When dealing with large Pareto fronts, these MOEAs try to spread the individuals in the population over the whole Pareto front. The application of a wide range of diversity mechanisms can help to achieve this goal [3]. A popular diversity strategy is to use a density estimator to favor individuals in less crowded regions of the objective space [12] (density estimator approach).

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