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SSPMO: A Scatter Tabu Search Procedure for Non-Linear Multiobjective Optimization

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SSPMO: A Scatter Tabu Search Procedure for Non-Linear Multiobjective Optimization
— We describe the development and testing of a metaheuristic procedure, based on the scatter search methodology, for the problem of approximating the efficient frontier of nonlinear multiobjective optimization problems with continuous variables. Recent applications of scatter search have shown its merit as a global optimization technique for single-objective problems. However, the application of scatter search to multiobjective optimization problems has not been fully explored in the literature. We test the proposed procedure on a suite of problems that have been used extensively in multiobjective optimization. Additional tests are performed on instances that are an extension of those considered classic. The tests indicate that our extension of the basic scatter search framework is a viable alternative for multiobjective optimization.
Julián Molina Luque, Manuel Laguna, Rafael
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where INFORMS
Authors Julián Molina Luque, Manuel Laguna, Rafael Martí, Rafael Caballero
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