Abstract

    Open Access Review Article Article ID: GJE-7-170

    A review and evaluation of multi and many-objective optimization: Methods and algorithms

    Farzane Karami* and Alireza B Dariane

    Most optimization problems naturally have several objectives, usually in conflict with each other. The problems with two or three objective functions are referred to as Multi-Objective Problems (MOP). However, many real-world applications often involve four or more objectives, which are commonly recognized as many-objective optimization problems (MaOP). Multi and many-objective algorithms have a great application in engineering science. This study addresses a complete and updated review of the literature for multi and many-objective problems and discusses 32 more important algorithms in detail. Afterward, the ZDT and DLTZ benchmark problems for multi-objective test problems are reviewed. All methods have been studied under recent state-of-the-art quality measures. Moreover, we discuss the historical roots of multi-objective optimization, the motivation to use evolutionary algorithms, and the most popular techniques currently in use.

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    Published on: Nov 9, 2022 Pages: 104-119

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/gje.000070
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