Today I read a paper titled “Efficient Hill-Climber for Multi-Objective Pseudo-Boolean Optimization”
The abstract is:
Local search algorithms and iterated local search algorithms are a basic technique.
Local search can be a stand along search methods, but it can also be hybridized with evolutionary algorithms.
Recently, it has been shown that it is possible to identify improving moves in Hamming neighborhoods for k-bounded pseudo-Boolean optimization problems in constant time.
This means that local search does not need to enumerate neighborhoods to find improving moves.
It also means that evolutionary algorithms do not need to use random mutation as a operator, except perhaps as a way to escape local optima.
In this paper, we show how improving moves can be identified in constant time for multiobjective problems that are expressed as k-bounded pseudo-Boolean functions.
In particular, multiobjective forms of NK Landscapes and Mk Landscapes are considered.