TY - JOUR
AU - Han, Ding
AU - Zheng, Jianrong
PY - 2020
DA - 2020/06/27
TI - A Kriging Model-Based Expensive Multiobjective Optimization Algorithm Using R2 Indicator of Expectation Improvement
SP - 9474580
VL - 2020
AB - Most of the multiobjective optimization problems in engineering involve the evaluation of expensive objectives and constraint functions, for which an approximate model-based multiobjective optimization algorithm is usually employed, but requires a large amount of function evaluation. Aiming at effectively reducing the computation cost, a novel infilling point criterion EIR2 is proposed, whose basic idea is mapping a point in objective space into a set in expectation improvement space and utilizing the R2 indicator of the set to quantify the fitness of the point being selected as an infilling point. This criterion has an analytic form regardless of the number of objectives and demands lower calculation resources. Combining the Kriging model, optimal Latin hypercube sampling, and particle swarm optimization, an algorithm, EIR2-MOEA, is developed for solving expensive multiobjective optimization problems and applied to three sets of standard test functions of varying difficulty and comparing with two other competitive infill point criteria. Results show that EIR2 has higher resource utilization efficiency, and the resulting nondominated solution set possesses good convergence and diversity. By coupling with the average probability of feasibility, the EIR2 criterion is capable of dealing with expensive constrained multiobjective optimization problems and its efficiency is successfully validated in the optimal design of energy storage flywheel.
SN - 1024-123X
UR - https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/9474580
DO - 10.1155/2020/9474580
JF - Mathematical Problems in Engineering
PB - Hindawi
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