Quality assessment of multiobjective optimisation algorithms in component deployment

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Abstract

Measuring the quality of the approximate sets in a quantitative way is important to asses the performance of multiobjective optimisation algorithms and decide which algorithm performs best in a problem domain. In the case of component deployment optimisation of automotive systems, despite the wide range of optimisation methods already published, it is still unknown which algorithm is the optimal choice. Several studies can be found in the literature that address the problem of comparing approximate sets in a quantitative manner, reflecting a specific feature of the optimisation method, i.e. either convergence or diversity. However, both convergence and diversity are important quality aspects and both should be considered to define dominance relations. The aim of this study is a new quality assessment method for approximate sets, which will indicate dominance relations based on both convergence and diversity.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationESEC/FSE Doctoral Symposium'09 - Proceedings of the Doctoral Symposium for ESEC/FSE
Pages39-40
Number of pages2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Externally publishedYes
EventDoctoral Symposium for ESEC/FSE, ESEC/FSE Doctoral Symposium'09, Co-located with the 7th ESEC/FSE Joint Meeting, ESEC-FSE'09 - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Duration: 25 Aug 200925 Aug 2009

Conference

ConferenceDoctoral Symposium for ESEC/FSE, ESEC/FSE Doctoral Symposium'09, Co-located with the 7th ESEC/FSE Joint Meeting, ESEC-FSE'09
CountryNetherlands
CityAmsterdam
Period25/08/0925/08/09

Keywords

  • Component deployment
  • Multiobjective optimisation
  • Quality metrics

Cite this

Aleti, A. (2009). Quality assessment of multiobjective optimisation algorithms in component deployment. In ESEC/FSE Doctoral Symposium'09 - Proceedings of the Doctoral Symposium for ESEC/FSE (pp. 39-40) https://doi.org/10.1145/1595782.1595799