By Gabriele Eichfelder

This ebook offers adaptive resolution tools for multiobjective optimization difficulties in response to parameter based scalarization methods. With the aid of sensitivity effects an adaptive parameter regulate is constructed such that top quality approximations of the effective set are generated. those examinations are in keeping with a different scalarization process, however the software of those effects to many different famous scalarization tools can also be awarded. Thereby very common multiobjective optimization difficulties are thought of with an arbitrary partial ordering outlined via a closed pointed convex cone within the goal area. The effectiveness of those new tools is verified with a number of try out difficulties in addition to with a contemporary challenge in intensity-modulated radiotherapy. The publication concludes with an extra program: a strategy for fixing multiobjective bilevel optimization difficulties is given and is utilized to a bicriteria bilevel challenge in scientific engineering.

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Together with the deﬁnition of a we conclude x) = kˆ + k¯ ∈ K. a + (t¯ − t + tˆ) r − f (ˆ ˆ) is feasible for (SP(a, r)) with t¯ − t + tˆ < t¯ in Hence (t¯ − t + tˆ, x contradiction to the minimality of (t¯, x ¯) for (SP(a, r)). 22. Thus for a minimal solution (t¯, x ¯) of the scalar optimization problem (SP(a, r)) with ¯ a + t¯r − f (¯ x) = k, k¯ = 0m , ¯) is a minimal there is a parameter a ∈ H and some t ∈ R so that (t , x solution of (SP(a , r)) with x) = 0 m a + t r − f (¯ (see Fig. 7) and hence (t , x ¯) is also a minimal solution of (SP(a , r)).

4) we conclude f (¯ x) ∈ f (x ) + K \ {0m } ¯ K-minimal. ✷ for x ∈ Ω in contradiction to x In the following we give a stricter restriction of the set from which we have to choose the parameter a such that we are still able to ﬁnd all K-minimal points. We ﬁrst consider the bicriteria case before we come to the more general case of an arbitrary multiobjective optimization problem. 1 Bicriteria Case In this section we only consider biobjective problems, i. e. let m = 2 except when otherwise stated.

E. b v i = β, i = 1, . . , m − 1. 3 Parameter Set Restriction if if if if b2 b2 b1 b1 = 0, = 0, = 0, = 0, b3 b3 b3 b3 = 0, = 0, = 0, = 0, and hence v 2 := 43 v˜2 . v˜2 2 This leads to the representation m−1 H = {y ∈ Rm | y = si v i , s ∈ Rm−1 }. 17), we can determine of the hyperplane H. 21) t ∈ R, x ∈ Ω, s ∈ Rm−1 for j ∈ {1, . . 22) t ∈ R, x ∈ Ω, s ∈ Rm−1 for j ∈ {1, . . , m − 1} with minimal solution (tmax,j , xmax,j , smax,j ) and minimal value −smax,j . We get j m−1 H 0 := y ∈ Rm si v i , si ∈ [smin,i , smax,i ], i = 1, .