Already in 1983 at least 96 methods for Multi-Objective Optimization existed (Despontin et al.
What does MOO stand for?
MOO stands for Multi-Objective Optimization (engineering)
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- Market on Open (investing/trading)
- Master of Orion (computer game)
- Material on Order
- Matter of Opinion
- Measure Of Outcome
- Memorandum Opinion and Order (FCC)
- Mode of Operation
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- MUD Object Oriented
- Multiuser Object-Oriented
- Mutual of Omaha (insurance company)
- Mutuality of Obligation (legal concept)
- My Opinion Only
- Master of Orion 2: Battle At Antares (computer game)
- Master of Orion 3 (computer game)
- Manchester Oriental Organisations Alliance (UK)
- Made Out of Babies (band)
- Minding Our Own Business (local business sustainability conference; Massachusetts)
- Massive Open Online Course (online education)
Samples in periodicals archive:
For the first time, multi-objective optimization on the basis of the ratio analysis was introduced by Brauers and Zavadskas (2006).
UK) introduces the reader to the major metaheuristic algorithms and their applications in multi-objective optimization and engineering.
With its multi-objective optimization capability, MAGMAfrontier can be used to optimize almost any parameter, casting, riser, gating-geometries, process parameters, mechanical properties, residual stresses and hot tears, etc.
Multi-Objective Optimization using Evolutionary Algorithms, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, England Powell, M.
Deb, Multi-Objective Optimization using Evolutionary Algorithms, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, 2001.
The team's multi-objective optimization approach will help governments decide what fraction of a population would need to be relocated and how many people could stay behind for effective adaptation to climate change.