Geoffrey Pruvost

Geoffrey Pruvost
National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control | INRIA · Startup Studio

PhD

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Introduction
My work is focused on multi-objective optimization and more particularly on the decomposition of large scale multi-objective problems.
Additional affiliations
October 2021 - October 2022
National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control
Position
  • Project holder
October 2018 - October 2021
Université de Lille
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (5)
Thesis
In this thesis, we are interested in multi-objective combinatorial optimization, and in particular in evolutionary algorithms based on decomposition. This type of approaches consists in decomposing the original multi-objective problem into multiple single-objective sub-problems that are then solved cooperatively. In this context, we consider the de...
Conference Paper
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We consider the design and analysis of surrogate-assisted algorithms for expensive multi-objective combinatorial optimization. Focusing on pseudo-boolean functions, we leverage existing techniques based on Walsh basis to operate under the decomposition framework of MOEA/D. We investigate two design components for the cheap generation of a promising...
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This paper intends to understand and to improve the working principle of decomposition-based multi-objective evolutionary algorithms. We review the design of the well-established Moea/d framework to support the smooth integration of different strategies for sub-problem selection, while emphasizing the role of the population size and of the number o...
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This paper intends to understand and to improve the working principle of decomposition-based multi-objective evolutionary algorithms. We review the design of the well-established Moea/d framework to support the smooth integration of different strategies for sub-problem selection, while emphasizing the role of the population size and of the number o...

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