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APPLIED SOFT COMPUTING

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1568-4946

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1872-9681

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2017 40 A
2016 40 A
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2014 40 A
2013 35 A
2012 35 A
2011 35 A
2010 32 A
2009 32 A
2008 32 A

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2015 5.9
2014 7.1
2013 6.1
2012 5
2011 4.9

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Year 2019
  • Preference-based evolutionary multi-objective optimization in ship weather routing
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    - APPLIED SOFT COMPUTING - Year 2019

    In evolutionary multi-objective optimization (EMO) the aim is to find a set of Pareto-optimal solutions. Such approach may be applied to multiple real-life problems, including weather routing (WR) of ships. The route should be optimal in terms of passage time, fuel consumption and safety of crew and cargo while taking into account dynamically changing weather conditions. Additionally it must not violate any navigational constraints...

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Year 2016
  • Multi-objective optimization of expensive electromagnetic simulation models

    Vast majority of practical engineering design problems require simultaneous handling of several criteria. For the sake of simplicity and through a priori preference articulation one can turn many design tasks into single-objective problems that can be handled using conventional numerical optimization routines. However, in some situations, acquiring comprehensive knowledge about the system at hand, in particular, about possible...

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