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A solution selection approach to multiresponse surface optimization based on a clustering method

Summary: [This abstract is based on the authors' abstract.] In Multi-Response Surface Optimization (MRSO), responses are often in conflict. To obtain a satisfactory compromise, the preference information of a Decision Maker (DM) on the tradeoffs among the responses should be considered. One of the promising alternatives is a posterior preference articulation approach. It first generates nondominated solutions and then makes the DM select the best one from the nondominated solutions. In this article, a solution selection approach is presented. It takes the posterior approach and employs a clustering method to aid the selection process of the DM. The DM can obtain the satisfactory compromise solution easily by the proposed method.

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  • Topics: Engineering, Statistics
  • Keywords: Response surface methodology (RSM), Response surfaces, Selection, Decision making, Clustering, Optimization
  • Author: Lee, Heejung; Lee, Dong-Hee;
  • Journal: Quality Engineering