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The Application of Agent-Based Co-Evolutionary System with Predator-Prey Interactions to Solving Multi-Objective Optimization Problems

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2 Author(s)
Rafal Drezewski ; Department of Computer Science, The School of Banking and Management, Kraków, Poland; email: ; Leszek Siwik

The realization of co- evolutionary interactions in evolutionary algorithms results in increased population diversity and speciation. General model of co-evolution in multi-agent system allows for modeling and realization of agent-based co-evolutionary systems in which many species and sexes may exist and interact. In this paper one exemplary agent-based system with predator-prey mechanism is presented. The results from experiments with various multi-objective test problems conclude the paper

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Computational Intelligence in Multicriteria Decision Making, IEEE Symposium on

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1-5 April 2007