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- A Hybrid Evolutionary Metaheuristics (HEMH) applied on 0/1 Multiobjective Knapsack Problems hal link

Auteur(s): Kafafy A., Bounekkar A., Bonnevay S.

Conference: Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (Dublin, FR, 2011-07-12)
Actes de conférence: GECCO'11 Proceedings ACM, vol. p.497-504 (2011)

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Handling Multiobjective Optimization Problems (MOOP) using Hybrid Metaheuristics represents a promising and interest area of research. In this paper, a Hybrid Evolutionary Metaheuristics (HEMH) is presented. It combines different metaheuristics integrated with each other to enhance the search capabilities. It improves both of intensification and diversification toward the preferred solutions and concentrates the search efforts to investigate the promising regions in the search space. In the proposed HEMH, the search process is divided into two phases. In the first one, the DM-GRASP is applied to obtain an initial set of high quality solutions dispersed along the Pareto front. Then, the search efforts are intensified on the promising regions around these solutions through the second phase. The greedy randomized path-relinking with local search or reproduction operators are applied to improve the quality and to guide the search to explore the non discovered regions in the search space. The two phases are combined with a suitable evolutionary framework supporting the integration and cooperation. Moreover, the efficient solutions explored over the search are collected in an external archive. The HEMH is verified and tested against some of the state of the art MOEAs using a set of MOKSP instances commonly used in the literature. The experimental results indicate that the HEMH is highly competitive and can be considered as a viable alternative.