MultiObjective Genetic Algorithm
MRYWu at ntu.edu.sg
Mon Feb 28 20:18:35 EST 2000
Nice to know that you are improving the GAlib to cope with multiple
objective functions. I don't know the paper you mentioned, but I agree with
Joe Dumoulin's suggestion of incorporating the mutiple objectives into the
representation. Fuzzy logic might be used to get a single fitness score
from multiple sub fitness scores. Furthermore, fuzzy logic is also something
that simulates biological rules.
From: Juan Andres Colmenares [mailto:juancol at luz.ve]
Sent: Tuesday, February 29, 2000 6:31 AM
To: galib at MIT.EDU
Subject: MultiObjective Genetic Algorithm
I'm implementing the method described by Fonseca and Fleming in their
"Genetic Algorithm for Multiobjective Optimization: Formulation,
Discussion and Generalization"
I think I have to make some changes to GAlib for handling Multiobjective
but I think it is a lot of work. First fo all, I should add a virtual
member function MOGAevaluates into the GAGenome class with its implicit
Do you have any suggestion?
Has it been done?
Juan Andres Colmenares
University of Zulia
Institute of Applied Calculus
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