Preferences and their application in evolutionary multiobjective optimisation

Cvetkovic, D. and Parmee, I. (2002) Preferences and their application in evolutionary multiobjective optimisation. IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation, 6 (1). pp. 42-57. ISSN 1089-778X Available from:

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Additional Information:Presents an objective preference system where designer sets preferences linguistically (eg 'A more important than B') and its integration with a multi-objective framework within an Interactive Evolutionary Design System (IEDS). IEDS development involved several researchers collaborating with BAE Systems (EPSRC Grant GR/L/31654). IGR outcome was 'Tending Towards International Excellence'. This laid a foundation for current user-centric intelligent systems research that is now at the core of ACDDM Lab activity. 2006 impact factor for the journal is 3.770. 3rd amongst 85 "CS Artificial Intelligence" journals; 2nd amongst 75 "CS Theory & Methods" journals and 9th amongst all 365 CS journals.
Uncontrolled Keywords:algorithm design and analysis, decision making, delta modulation, design engineering, design optimization, helium, mathematical model, operations research, optimization methods, pareto optimization
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Environment and Technology > Department of Computer Science and Creative Technologies
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