Hybrid Approach When Multiple Objectives Exist



Kim, Young-Il;Lim, Yong-Bin

  • 발행 : 2007.12.31


When multiple objectives exist, there are three approaches exist. These are maximin design, compound design, and constrained design. Still, each of three design criteria has its own strength and weakness. In this paper Hybrid approach is suggested when multiple design objectives exist, which is a combination of maximin and constrained design. Sometimes experimenter has several objectives, but he/she has only one or two primary objectives, others less important. A new approach should be useful under this condition. The genetic algorithm is used for few examples. It has been proven to be a very useful technique for this complex situation. Conclusion follows.


Optimal design;criteria;compound design;maximin design;constrained design;hybrid approach;genetic algorithm


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