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Integer Constrained Multi Objective Optimization

Asked by David

David

on 20 May 2013

Hi there, I am wondering is it possible at all to use the Multiobjective optimization solver with integer constraints?

1 Comment

José-Luis

José-Luis

on 20 May 2013

How many parameters do you have? What's their range? If both are reasonably small, you could always use a Monte Carlo approach and test all possible combinations.

David

David

1 Answer

Answer by Alan Weiss

Alan Weiss

on 20 May 2013

Sorry, the gamultiobj function does not accept either integer constraints or nonlinear constraints.

Alan Weiss

MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation

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David

David

on 20 May 2013

Will it accept a bit string as a population?

Alan Weiss

Alan Weiss

on 20 May 2013

Yes, you can use a bit string population with gamultiobj, as you can find out easily by looking in the Optimization Tool.

For details on the bit string population type, see the documentation.

Alan Weiss

MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation

Alan Weiss

Alan Weiss

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