DTLZ3 Function (family)

Description

Builds and returns the multi-objective DTLZ3 test problem. The formula is very similar to the formula of DTLZ2, but it uses the g function of DTLZ1, which introduces a lot of local Pareto-optimal fronts. Thus, this problems is well suited to check the ability of an optimizer to converge to the global Pareto-optimal front.

The DTLZ3 test problem is defined as follows:

Minimize f[1](X) = (1 + g(XM)) * cos(x[1] * pi/2) * cos(x[2] * pi/2) * ... * cos(x[M-2] * pi/2) * cos(x[M-1] * pi/2)

Minimize f[2](X) = (1 + g(XM)) * cos(x[1] * pi/2) * cos(x[2] * pi/2) * ... * cos(x[M-2] * pi/2) * sin(x[M-1] * pi/2)

Minimize f[3](X) = (1 + g(XM)) * cos(x[1] * pi/2) * cos(x[2] * pi/2) * ... * sin(x[M-2] * pi/2)

...

Minimize f[M-1](X) = (1 + g(XM)) * cos(x[1] * pi/2) * sin(x[2] * pi/2)

Minimize f[M](X) = (1 + g(XM)) * sin(x[1] * pi/2)

with 0 <= x[i] <= 1, for i=1,2,...,n

where g(XM) = 100 * (|XM| + sum{x[i] in XM} {(x[i] - 0.5)^2 - cos(20 * pi * (x[i] - 0.5))})

Usage

1
makeDTLZ3Function(dimensions, n.objectives)

Arguments

dimensions

[integer(1)]
Number of decision variables.

n.objectives

[integer(1)]
Number of objectives.

Value

[smoof_multi_objective_function]

References

K. Deb and L. Thiele and M. Laumanns and E. Zitzler. Scalable Multi-Objective Optimization Test Problems. Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory (TIK), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, 112, 2001

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