Adaptive racing ranking-based immune optimization approach solving multi-objective expected value programming
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This work investigates a bio-inspired adaptive sampling immune optimization approach to solve a general kind of nonlinear multi-objective expected value programming without any prior noise distribution. A useful lower bound estimate is first developed to restrict the sample sizes of random variables. Second, an adaptive racing ranking scheme is designed to identify those valuable individuals in the current population, by which high-quality individuals in the process of solution search can acquire large sample sizes and high importance levels. Thereafter, an immune-inspired optimization approach is constructed to seek \(\varepsilon \)-Pareto optimal solutions, depending on a novel polymerization degree model. Comparative experiments have validated that the proposed approach with high efficiency is a competitive optimizer.
KeywordsImmune optimization Multi-objective expected value programming Sample bound estimate Adaptive racing ranking Computational complexity
This work is supported by National Natural Science Foundation NSFC (61563009).
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The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.
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